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Keyzone

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Acoustic Grand Piano Plugin by Bitsonic
Keyzone
Keyzone by Bitsonic is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin.
Product
Version
1.5
System Requirements
Intel Pentium Celeron 1800 1024 MB RAM. Microsoft XP/Vista/Windows 7/8 32-bit VST 2.4
Instrument
Formats
Copy Protection
None
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Keyzone is a free layered sample based piano and accordion VST instrument plug-in.

Presets:

  • Grand piano wet.
  • Grand piano dry.
  • Sad pad.
  • Pitched grand 1.
  • Pitched grand 2.
  • Grand small.
  • Grand medium.
  • Rhodes piano1.
  • Rhodes piano 2.
  • Accordion.
  • Hammond B3.
  • My good angel.

Options:

  • Reverb.
  • ADSR.
  • Vibrato.
  • Detuner.
  • Octave.
  • Semitone.
  • Velocity curve.
  • Filter of velocity.

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Comments & Discussion for Bitsonic Keyzone

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Discussion: Active
slurpy
slurpy
29 April 2015 at 6:31pm

Hi!
I downloaded and installed version 1.4, but the results were not so good: The standalone does not react to MIDI on any channel. The VST, under VST Host, reacts to MIDI, but the sustain pedal still has problems - you do get sustain when you press the pedal, but it remains on after you let go.

I posted this info in Bitsonic's Facebook page, asking for help, but I got no reply to any of my four attempts...
Would someone please help with this? Is there anyone else with similar problems?

Thanks in advance.

Slurpy.

knossos
knossos
26 June 2016 at 9:00pm

Hi slurpy, .

while I don't have those problems with ver. 1.5 (win32), there is still a sustain pedal problem. Keyzone seems to have a limit of polyphony, which means, after a number of keys pressed with sustain pedal on, it doesn't accept more notes. You have to release sustain then to continue playing. Very disappointing for me, because I like the Keyzone Piano sound very much.

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