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The Oeser

Kontakt Instrument Plugin by Key Instruments
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The Oeser
The Oeser by Key Instruments is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin and a Standalone Application for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin, a VST 3 Plugin, an AAX Plugin and a Standalone Application.
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Kontakt, WAV 24-Bit
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Get your hands on a true iconic baby grand piano "THE OESER", our first custom made virtual piano instrument for the Native Instruments Komplete platform. Our beloved old lady is situated in our lounge and has been used daily for songwriting at our studio.

Up until the restoration the 150 years old piano played like an antique typewriter, but already had more character than Elton John. Therefore we made sure to maintain the beautiful character of the piano whilst finetuning every key-mechanic to survive our extensive recording process. And boy, did we succeeded. Give this old baby a spin and get inspired! We guarantee you can't stop playing.

We even went beyond that by creating a sample pack with beautiful percussive and weird sounds. This all with the goal to create one of the best virtual piano instruments available.

When you buy our virtual piano instrument "THE OESER" you will get THE OESER sample pack for free.

THE OESER is designed for seamless integration with Native Instruments Komplete Kontrol keyboards & the free Kontakt Player. THE OESER can be downloaded and installed by entering the provided Serial Number in Native Access.

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