Native Instruments Elektrik Piano
Native Instruments Elektrik Piano

Elektrik Piano, Virtual Electric Piano from Native Instruments.

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moosers 02/07/2009

Native Instruments Elektrik Piano : moosers's user review


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I had no problems installing Native Instruments Elektrik Piano on my machine. It has run smoothly and has not given me any problems. The interface is easy to follow and I didn't have any compatibility issues. I never had any problems with running this effectively, so I never had use for a manual.


I run Elektrik Piano on my Mac Book Pro that has a 2.2 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and 4 GB of RAM. I use an M-Audio Keystation 49e MIDI controller and have never had a problem with this configuration. I use this both as stand alone software and with Logic. I only run one of these at a time and while it takes up some CPU power, not enough to really hurt your system if you have a good machine.


The Elektrik Piano virtual instrument is somewhat new to me, but in the time I have had it I have been very satisfied. The overall sound quality is quite authentic and there are a variety of presets for all different electric piano sounds - Rhodes, Wurli, bells, etc. While I'd rather have a Wurlitzer 200A, this provides a relatively cheap option that has very real sounding electric piano sounds, and is more eclectic than your hardware keyboard. You really have total control over your sound with parameters for low EQ, high EQ, trem, reverb, tun, pan and volume. The presets are great for getting a quick wide variety of electric piano tones. While I use my MIDI controller to play, you can also just click on the keys to produce sound, which can come in handy sometimes. The price is reasonable considering the quality of sound this produces. While I am usually one to stay away from virtual instruments, as I love the sound of analog gear, this is great sounding and incredibly convenient.