Engine Player

Welcome to the new sample player from Engine Audio

After decades of licensing sample players and accumulating vast experience with sampled instruments, we’ve leveraged this expertise to create our own software environment – Engine Player. This innovative platform not only introduces a new sample player compatible with all major platforms but also provides a comprehensive suite of tools for instrument creation, copy protection, and license management.

Our primary focus is on simplicity, affordability, and above all, flexibility.

 

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Curious on how Engine Player looks and works?

Click the Play button and head over to your YouTube channel where you can watch a short “How To” video. Here you will also find videos of new libraries and other products.

Download and Install Engine Player

If you own a library for Engine Player, you can download an installer for either Mac or Windows from your Best Service user account.
To install Engine Player, simply double click on the installer and follow the instructions.

System Requirements:

macOS 10.14 or newer, 64 bit: Stand-alone, AU, VST3, AAX (native Apple Silicon or Intel), RAM: 4 GB (more recommended)

Windows 10 or newer, 64 bit: Stand-alone, VST3, AAX, Intel Core Processor, RAM: 4 GB (more recommended)

Current Version 2.8.1.60 (February 11th 2023)
Click here to view the version history

Open Engine Player

Engine Player will open in all major Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs), including Logic Pro, Steinberg Cubase, Pro Tools, Ableton, Studio One and more.

Using Engine Player is super simple!

1 Click – Click the Interface icon to display the library interface

2 Clicks – Click the Browser icon to display the library gallery view, click again to display the library tree view.

3 Clicks – Click the Preferences icon to display the Library Settings page, click again to display the Interface and Engine settings page and click again to display the Performance Monitor and Information page.

Powerful, easy to navigate with full control

Library Browser

Easily browse installed libraries, save and favorite user and preset instruments

Library Settings

Quick and easy library installation, activation and library management

Engine Settings

Full control of Interface and Engine Player settings

Add your Engine Player Library

Method 1

To add a library, locate the folder containing the Engine Player library, then drag and drop the library folder into the Library Settings page.

Method 2

Alternatively, click on the Preferences icon at the top of Engine Player.

Then click on the Add Library icon and navigate to the location of your Engine Player library, select the library and click Open.

Make Music!