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Sampleson releases Glassy - 90s Digital Electric Pianos module


Sampleson has released Glassy, a new instrument based on the spectral engine used for Markus 88 (Rhodes), Reed200 (Wurlitzer) and Model T (Pianet T)

Glassy is a Digital Electric Piano module (Inspired by MKS-20 and the DX series from the late '80s and '90s) providing 20 sounds (from Bells like to tines and Digis) in just 35MB.

Audio Demos: SoundCloud.com/user-830166644/sets/glassy-digital-electric-pianos-vst-au-standalone

Sampleson says "There's no '90s without these sounds. And we brought them back in a studio-grade virtual instrument, using a different approach. Most of the Digital Electric Pianos were made upon FM (DX7) and additive-like synthesis (i.e. MKS-20). We used spectral modeling to recreate a create those unique timbres and to propose some new one."

See It In Action: YouTube/O7cB2UKqbkg

No FM. No Samples. An MKS20-like Approach
Glassy was built using spectral modeling. In some way it's related with the MKS-20 Synthesis method. Sampleson used spectral models to recreate famous sounds and to introduce new ones, with detailed control of the harmonics over the keyboard range.


  • Digital Electric Piano +pads module.
  • 20 Factory EP Sounds included.
  • Chorus and Phaser FX.
  • HD Scalable interface.
  • Pad Generator w/filter.
  • No extra purchases needed (like Kontakt, UVI, etc) or any other 3rd. party player.
  • Ready to be loaded into major DAWs (Cubase, Logic Pro, GarageBand, Cakewalk, Reaper, Bitwig, Nuendo, FL Studio, etc.).
  • Win 32/64-bits and Mac VST/AU/Standalone versions included.
  • About ~35MB installed.
  • No library installation required.
  • No online activation required.

Intro Price: $19 (Reg. $29).



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