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Neo-Soul Keys Electric Piano Suitcase Mark I
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  • ChhrisssChhrisss

    Unavoidable

    Neo-Soul Keys Electric Piano Suitcase Mark IPublished on 03/22/12 at 01:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    These samples running in several formats including Kontakt free player. The whole weighs just over 1 GB, but the bank is compressed. Originally, the app is 2.6 GB

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    While there, forget the rest ... Fana sounds of Rhodes (Stevie, Herbie, Chick, Josef, the whole soul of the time ...), ex_possesseur a 88 MK1, I used much the Lounge Lizard Applied Acoustics D'responsiveness really nice. Then I tried the Scarbee bank, yeah, a little wise, the sounds ... Then another bank, and finally on Audiofanzine I learned about Neo Soul ... And I swear by the Rhodes!
    The keyboard sounds are customizable (it's so realistic that it seems to find the hardness of the MKI and ha…
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    These samples running in several formats including Kontakt free player. The whole weighs just over 1 GB, but the bank is compressed. Originally, the app is 2.6 GB

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    While there, forget the rest ... Fana sounds of Rhodes (Stevie, Herbie, Chick, Josef, the whole soul of the time ...), ex_possesseur a 88 MK1, I used much the Lounge Lizard Applied Acoustics D'responsiveness really nice. Then I tried the Scarbee bank, yeah, a little wise, the sounds ... Then another bank, and finally on Audiofanzine I learned about Neo Soul ... And I swear by the Rhodes!
    The keyboard sounds are customizable (it's so realistic that it seems to find the hardness of the MKI and having to type out loud ...) and the sound itself is extraordinarily close, a little uneven on extent of the keyboard, enjoyable!
    I associate the module recently Overloud, the VKFX, ouch, I SOUND all the records I listened to so ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 4 months, I do not get bored, I give my songs a bit to play, play and play ... I have said many in the previous paragraph, and with time, I would do this choice ... soon!

    This opinion was the load time (Core i7 ...), sound, sound, sound, expressiveness, the sounds of keyboard that further increase the realism, polyphony (200 notes), numerous internal effects, stability, velocity ...
    Negative opinions: the simulation models are not adjustable, and ... ben nothing else!
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