Martinic Pianet T v1.0.1 electro-mechanical piano plugin (AAX/AU/CLAP/VST2/VST3)

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Add some retro charm to your music with the iconic sound of this modeled '70s electro-mechanical piano called the Pianet T.

Unplugged
Next to the ACE modeled "Pickups", the Pianet T also features the physically modeled "Unplugged" model. This can be utilized either independently or in conjunction, enhancing the Pianet's natural and distinct sound even further. The inclusion of a room effect on both the "Pickups" and "Unplugged" models contributes to the overall natural ambiance, enhancing the immersive experience.

Harmonic Mix
The Harmonic Mix includes level controls that allow subtle harmonic changes. It also gives you the ability to make larger changes, such as transforming the Pianet T into a vibraphone-like sound.

Effects
In addition to Vibrato, Tremolo, and Chorus effects, the Pianet T boasts a Vintage tube combo amp complete with classic spring reverb and cabinet simulation.

You can pick up a demo version at www.martinic.com/pianet-t.

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Features List
  • ACE modeled electro-mechanical reed piano
  • Physically modeled unplugged sound
  • Electro-mechanical pickup model and unplugged model can be combined
  • 5-octave F-to-E keyboard (60 keys)
  • Fully polyphonic
  • Full velocity range
Advanced Features List
  • 2-channel pickup/unplugged mixer with pan, width, room, and volume
  • Vibrato effect with retrigger, delay, and tempo sync from 16 bars to 1/64 note
  • Harmonic mix for shaping pickup sound
  • Volume pedal, by default linked to MIDI CC#11
  • Pianet N style tremolo effect with retrigger, delay, and tempo sync
  • Digital chorus effect with tempo sync (from Martinic AXFX)
  • Vintage tube guitar amp
  • Classic spring reverb
  • 5 speaker cabinet models
  • Room reverb simulation
  • Vintage or equal temperament (12-TET) tuning
  • Global pitch adjust ±100 cents
  • Mechanical pluck noise level
  • Adjustable reed decay time
  • Extended MIDI note range C1 to C7 (73 notes)
  • Sustain pedal (CC#64) support
  • Pitch Bend ±2 semitones
  • MIDI Program Change support
  • All settings MIDI learnable
  • 32 factory presets
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b8CMiTglg_I
Last edited by martinic on Tue Jun 11, 2024 1:34 pm, edited 1 time in total.

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Wonderful sound

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Another fine release by Martinic! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

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Sounds nice. :)

But how do I get this inbetween Rhodes and Wurlitzer sound out it?

https://youtu.be/aPjabatgo5w?si=9EqaZO55JsNtZ5Uw

https://youtu.be/Bpa9sPVDGgo?si=MEqUBGgexW1olvJQ

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Sounds lovely :hyper:
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Lotuz2019 wrote: Thu May 23, 2024 12:25 amBut how do I get this inbetween Rhodes and Wurlitzer sound out it?
I don't know... Tweak guitar amp/cab or other settings? :wink: With the right settings/amp sim I expect you should be able to get pretty close.

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Watch as Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Laura White explores the Pianet T in her London studio.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_zJaaLwesHU

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This is lovely. It seem like a hybrid electric piano/organ. Martinic continues to release unique emulations that will easily find their way onto tracks.

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Nice Pianet T Demo by Simon Le Grec

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vyZ0e_BIpuk

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It actually sounds like an instrument to be played rather than focusing only on ear candy, and so it is nice to see this kind of attention to detail and nuance.
<list your stupid gear here>

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egbert101 wrote: Thu May 23, 2024 9:14 am It actually sounds like an instrument to be played rather than focusing only on ear candy, and so it is nice to see this kind of attention to detail and nuance.
I totally agree. Planet T is obviously an instrument to be played. It's not dependent upon FX. It doesn't need to be buried in reverb and such to sound good and inspire melodic madness. It's marketed as "retro" because of the emulation/inspiration, but to my ears this is new.

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Martinic Pianet-T Revealed At Abbey Road Studio Amsterdam

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ybI9tsUAMwY

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Pianet T has got the tine vibe of a Wurlitzer, but warmer and fatter . . .

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Sounds great, Martin! (Still waiting for you to release Hum Station ;))
A well-behaved signature.

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JerGoertz wrote: Thu May 23, 2024 11:25 am Sounds great, Martin! (Still waiting for you to release Hum Station ;))
This one does not hum, mainly because it is not connected to a power cord :wink:

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