Pianos and organ at Air Music Tech
Air Music Technology reissues two virtual instruments formerly designed by DigiDesign, the Mini Grand piano collection and DB-33 organ.
The Mini Grand that Air Music Tech is relaunching today includes samples of 7 acoustic grand pianos, with a wide variety of tones that allows for playing them in classical, jazz, funk, pop music and more. The developer also included the Re-pedaling technology to generate string resonance, a room simulation is also available (studio, soft, bright, chamber, hall and ambient) and you can EQ and stretch the notes.
Mini Grand in VST and AU formats for Mac OS X and Windows is available for $79.99 and you can download a trial version from www.airmusictech.com/product/mini-grand.
The second virtual instrument reissued by Air Music Tech is DB-33, a tonewheel organ simulation inspired by the famous Hammond B3 organ and the Leslie rotary speaker. The virtual organ was created using the proprietary AIR technology and includes a tube overdrive emulation as well as a convolution-based rotary speaker that can be used as a standalone effect.
The DB-33 also includes a selection of 5 wheel settings, a scanner vibrato/chorus with 6 options, drawbars, various percussions as well as key noise, rotation speed, preamp and microphone controls. You’ll also find 122 presets.
The DB-33 tonewheel organ is a VST and AU plug-in for Mac OS X and Windows. It also has a price of $79.99 and a trial version is available at www.airmusictech.com/product/db-33.
Last, note that Air Music Tech offers a special crossgrade price of $49.99 for each of these two instruments to Pro Tools 8 and AIEP users for a limited time. Send an e-mail to email@example.com to get more information about this special offer.
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