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GSi releases Key Performer

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GSi has announced the release of Key Performer, which it describes as "the Swiss Army knife of the modern gigging keyboardist". It's a single software instrument which offers a wide variety of keyboard sounds that are used in almost all musical genres where a keyboardist is involved.

Key PerformerTo summarize a few of its key features, it offers:

  • Several classic keyboard sounds including pianos, electric pianos, synths, organs, etc.
  • A sample playback section (aka "ROMpler") with "adaptive playback".
  • A physical modeling classic Electric Piano.
  • A physical modeling "Wurly" piano.
  • A phase modulation synthesizer for the famous DX Piano.
  • A Virtual Analog polyphonic synthesizer.
  • A Virtual Tonewheel Organ with rotary speaker effect.
  • Two effect slots with all the most famous effects.
  • An AMP simulation section with overdrive.
  • A global Reverb effect.
  • 64 Programs per bank, 9 snapshots for organ sections and 9 for VA synth.
  • Full MIDI implementation.
  • Easy MIDI Learn.
  • Huge efficiency with very low CPU power requirements.
  • Simplicity of use: "Versatility, Stability, Expandability, Authenticity".

Pricing & Availability

Key Performer is available for Windows in stand-alone and VST instrument plug-in formats. A Mac version is in development and will be released "as soon as possible".

Key Performer has an MSRP of €149 but is available for the introductory price of €99 until the end of March.

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