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Tines - Electric Piano

Electric Piano Plugin by Klevgränd Produktion
$7.99 (iOS), $24.99 (AU / VST)
Tines - Electric Piano
Tines - Electric Piano by Klevgränd Produktion is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin and a Mobile Audio App for macOS, Windows and iOS. It functions as a VST Plugin, an Audio Units Plugin, a VST 3 Plugin and an AAX Plugin.
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Tines emulates an electric piano. With internal effects like a stereo tremolo, a multiband distortion panel and a subtle roomy reverb Tines can sound like anything between a dreamy slick Rhodes to a nasty Wurlitzer. A finetuned velocity curve makes it a joy to play Tines on an external keyboard.


• Tremolo depth and speed (XY pad) with phase offset.

• Variable decay time.

• Variable Air (room) amount.

• Multiband distortion.

• AU/VST (32-bit/64-bit) for Desktop version.

• AUv3 for iOS version.

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Comments & Discussion for Klevgränd Produktion Tines - Electric Piano

Discussion: Active
21 October 2016 at 8:07pm

The range of this instrument is unclear from a video, and there's no demo.

27 October 2016 at 1:24pm

Yes, there's a demo for the AU/VST at https://klevgrand.se/products/tines/, to the left below the video, just next to the Buy button.

Being a sucker for electro-acoustic pianos of all kinds, I downloaded the demo. I have to say that I'm quite disappointed and will not buy it, even though it's so cheap. The sound is flat and has virtually no timbral evolution, no spectral envelope at all. There's no 'tine' character that I can hear, no sense of a hammer hitting a tine, just an anonymous initial click in the lower octaves. 'Tines' actually reminds me most of the ancient analog Roland EP-10 'piano' that I ill-advisedly bought some 40 years ago and soon got rid of.

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