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Electric Piano by Modartt
Electric Pianos
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Electric Pianos

Pianoteq can reproduce famous electro-acoustic pianos from the seventies. This instrument pack includes three amazing instruments with a gorgeous sound. Each instrument has its own sound character and personality, and can be customized to your own taste.

By using the embedded effects in Pianoteq, such as Amp, Chorus, Tremolo, Tine noise, and even the Blooming parameters, these instruments can be transformed into amazingly expressive variants.

Vintage Tines MKI (formerly R2).

This popular instrument appeared in legendary recordings by Miles Davis, Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, and many others. It provides a mellow, bell-like, sound with a nice sustain.

Vintage Tines MKII.

The MKII reflects mechanical improvements made by the manufacturer after the MKI release. It offers 30 exciting presets, many of these created by the sound designer Klaus P. Rausch.

Vintage Reeds W1.

This electric piano is recognizable in several pop and rock hits of the seventies. It was used frequently by Supertramp, Queen, REO Speedwagon, and many others. It is a very dynamic instrument with lots of bite and harmonic richness.

Morphing and Layering

Instruments XyloHarp, VibraDrum or GlockenTines certainly do not exist. These are however three of the many instruments you can create with the acoustic Morphing introduced in Pianoteq 7 (Standard/PRO). This innovative technology handles the morphing at the physical modelling level, providing stunning acoustic authenticity to instruments that never existed.

Modartt has Layering feature allowing to mix several instruments, e.g. playing Bass Marimba in the low range, Xylophone in the upper range and mixing both together in the middle range. The difference between Morphing and Layering is that in the latter the two sounds are mixed together, whereas in Morphing the instrument Physics itself is being morphed.

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