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Retro Keys 2

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Keys Module Plugin by Greynote Music
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Retro Keys 2
Retro Keys 2 by Greynote Music is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for macOS. It functions as a VST Plugin and an Audio Units Plugin.
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Version
1.0
System Requirements
Mac OS X DAW-host required.
32/64-bit compatible.
VST & Audio Unit compatible.
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Retro Keys 2 is a fully multi-sampled keys instrument plugin for Mac OS X inspired by retro electronic piano instruments.
It has a unique keys sound, created by sampling custom programmed patches from a hardware synth.
This plugin does not emulate any particular model. Instead, it has a sound of it's own.

There are three models available that are triggered simultaneously.
Each model has an additional SFX knob which can be used to add a chorus-type sound.

You can mix all models and their SFX separately, so you can alter the overall sound.
There are 6 volume rotary knobs available to do so.

There's also an LFO knob available to add some vibrato, plus a release knob and a reverb knob.

The demo video displays two Retro Keys 2 plugins in action, each with a different mix setting.

Features:
- 61-keys range C1-C6
- 366 one-shot samples
- 3 models
- 1 chorus fx per model
- 6 volume knobs
- reverb, release & vibrato controls
- AU & VST versions (Mac OS X only!)

{See video at top of page}

Unprocessed sound demo:

https://soundcloud.com/mac-vst-plugins/retro-keys-2-unprocessed-sound-demo

Alternate song demo:

https://soundcloud.com/mac-vst-plugins/retro-keys-2-demo-2

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