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Scarbee C.E.P (alias RSP'73)
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Scarbee C.E.P (alias RSP'73)

Virtual Electric Piano from Scarbee .

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Scarbee C.E.P (alias RSP'73)Publié le 09/14/12 à 04:26
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sample bank Rhodes Kontakt-compatible (from Kontakt2 I think)
wav format, version 16bit or 24bit.

The bank is now taken over by Native (like all banks Scarbee I think), and is more compatible than from Kontakt4 (this is the "pretty" political marketing Native).

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I have a Rhodes Mk1, and the bank is that I played more approaching.
The main difference compared to a real Rhodes, is the lack of fish in the dynamics (this is the main flaw of sampled instruments in general)

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 3 years,
I first Elektik piano Native,
Lounge Lizzard, EVP73, functionalities and other,
but I have not seen anything better than
Scarbee Rhodes.......
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sample bank Rhodes Kontakt-compatible (from Kontakt2 I think)
wav format, version 16bit or 24bit.

The bank is now taken over by Native (like all banks Scarbee I think), and is more compatible than from Kontakt4 (this is the "pretty" political marketing Native).

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I have a Rhodes Mk1, and the bank is that I played more approaching.
The main difference compared to a real Rhodes, is the lack of fish in the dynamics (this is the main flaw of sampled instruments in general)

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 3 years,
I first Elektik piano Native,
Lounge Lizzard, EVP73, functionalities and other,
but I have not seen anything better than
Scarbee Rhodes.
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Scarbee C.E.P (alias RSP'73)Publié le 07/26/07 à 01:06
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This product was called RSP '73 before.

It is a sound bank Fender Rhodes MK1 format Kontakt 1.5, Kontakt 2, Halion, EXS24 and Giga. The piano PSE 2.5 gigabytes (yes, even when!)
Layers are 12 VLOC the rpart + release samples

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

the best formulation of Rhodes virtual, by far!

If you want to hear the situation, will cost "The Garage" composed on my page!

And to think that I went to ct Scarbee, this fantastic editor! APRS, no question of rutiliser Electrik Piano, which no longer has any charm me! Here is a sound regardless of the circumstances, I understand better the test bench logieux!
With a good keypad, you really feel like playing the instrument,......
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This product was called RSP '73 before.

It is a sound bank Fender Rhodes MK1 format Kontakt 1.5, Kontakt 2, Halion, EXS24 and Giga. The piano PSE 2.5 gigabytes (yes, even when!)
Layers are 12 VLOC the rpart + release samples

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

the best formulation of Rhodes virtual, by far!

If you want to hear the situation, will cost "The Garage" composed on my page!

And to think that I went to ct Scarbee, this fantastic editor! APRS, no question of rutiliser Electrik Piano, which no longer has any charm me! Here is a sound regardless of the circumstances, I understand better the test bench logieux!
With a good keypad, you really feel like playing the instrument, living is changing, it's hot, round, prcis ... And this with no effect or treatment! No need, as in NI, a cum + tremolo + reverb pan for a ring, here is run of the mill!

OVERALL OPINION

Excellent, I could not do without is the "The definitive Rhodes!"
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Scarbee C.E.P (alias RSP'73)Publié le 01/26/09 à 09:57
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Enough of formats, otherwise the sample converters are here to serve;)
No loops.
But huge: more than 2 GB.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

So of course that is what is most realistic to the extent that the instrument has been sampled. If a criticism could be issued, I would say that the choice of Rhodes used does not necessarily satisfy all users.
Because each one has its own Rhodes to himself, not counting on the fact that it is almost al configurable infinity.
With Rsp73 must be satisfied with the choice of the publisher.
For my part, I find that it is too "clean", it lacks crunchy and explosive. But this is of course a matter of taste.
Try Dusty Electrik MK2, which I find really......
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Enough of formats, otherwise the sample converters are here to serve;)
No loops.
But huge: more than 2 GB.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

So of course that is what is most realistic to the extent that the instrument has been sampled. If a criticism could be issued, I would say that the choice of Rhodes used does not necessarily satisfy all users.
Because each one has its own Rhodes to himself, not counting on the fact that it is almost al configurable infinity.
With Rsp73 must be satisfied with the choice of the publisher.
For my part, I find that it is too "clean", it lacks crunchy and explosive. But this is of course a matter of taste.
Try Dusty Electrik MK2, which I find really more roots! For much less precise issue against velocity, and loops (but suddenly that is lighter only 300 mb), in any case it is quite effective.

OVERALL OPINION

True "RealRhodeskiller" to appreciate that it sounds like ...
In any case nothing to do with the lounge lizard, NI elektrik, etc., that are left behind.
Farewell to import the parts of the United States, the tedious tuning, and the gallery of transport.
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Scarbee C.E.P (alias RSP'73)Publié le 07/10/09 à 13:39
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What are the proposed formats (WAV, AIFF, Akai, Gigasampler ...)
Is it buckles or sampled instruments?

instruments samples

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Sounds / instruments are realistic and good quality?

cest simply superb basic sounds are very neutral but with a little plug that takes effect every aspect AC
sounds are very round and warm if you are a follower or phaser effects whawha simplemet or a small reverb it sounds to hell you can also settle the velocity of the blades more or less against the metal by clavinets etc. contained in the CD does have m Strongly believes that not I find a little sad and the big plus it sounds like a real live and it weighs much less lours......
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What are the proposed formats (WAV, AIFF, Akai, Gigasampler ...)
Is it buckles or sampled instruments?

instruments samples

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Sounds / instruments are realistic and good quality?

cest simply superb basic sounds are very neutral but with a little plug that takes effect every aspect AC
sounds are very round and warm if you are a follower or phaser effects whawha simplemet or a small reverb it sounds to hell you can also settle the velocity of the blades more or less against the metal by clavinets etc. contained in the CD does have m Strongly believes that not I find a little sad and the big plus it sounds like a real live and it weighs much less lours very often use laptop on stage with no worries dynamics are very well rendered and with respect to the product in a competitor it is Another good world 4 dvd while most other plugs its very light I would say ridiculous after having tried the product Scarbee. <img class="smiley" src="https://fr.audiofanzine.com/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_biggrin.gif" alt="biggrin" />

- Anyway There is no better so even if a few small defects (which are quickly forgiven) and it sounds cest major <img class="smiley" src="https://fr.audiofanzine.com/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_wink.gif" alt="wink" />

Is there enough variety?

yes you have to do with sound effects of all kinds are the basic sounds very neutral and very clean with very good dynamic

Do they agree with your style of music?

yes I m very often serve as a day comes out a sound that I like very velvety and then just play Marive rhodes solo home for my sake and the jajoute effest very soon not need to plug all the pedals etc. ....

OVERALL OPINION

For how long have you been using it?

2 years I think

What thing do you like most/least about it?

+ Ease of use. no lag. sounds like a real after all depends on the model you prefer
Did you try many other models before getting this one?

yes almost all existing plug because J has a wurli home a true its a different style. javais but dun want rhodes virtual discourage because of transport (c is a real anvil)

What is your opinion about the value for the price?

excellent

Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...

without any hesitation for there is no better competition will it be to meet you because c is an old product yet
and 8 except for rhodes other instruments are not terrible ...
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Scarbee
  • Model: C.E.P (alias RSP'73)
  • Category: Virtual Electric Pianos
  • Added in our database on: 07/26/2007

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