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GSi has announced that it has released version 2.0 of MrTramp, the free physical modeling simulation of the Wurlitzer 200A Electric Piano.

This new version is now fully programmed in C++ and is available for both Windows VST and Mac OS X in VST and AU instrument plug-in formats, the company says.

It is said to use less CPU and RAM than the previous version. Furthermore, it uses an updated algorithm - this is a new revised formula which gives more 'bite' on the lower octaves and more 'body' on the high notes.

Panel Controls:
  • Velocity: adjusts the velocity response, use this in accordance to your MIDI controller's settings to find the best action response.
  • Hardness: adjusts the hardness of the virtual "reeds".
  • Tremolo: turns on/off and adjusts the amount of tremolo, with a fixed frequency of 6 Hz, triangle waveform.
  • Tone: a low pass filter, use this to brighten or darken the sound.
  • Volume.

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