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best free VST plugin instruments (Piano) for download.
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E-Piano module with a rich, warm and silky sound.
It is quite unique by its character. The module is made with a hybrid
technology, which involves sample playback and synthesizing within one
case. For its quality, module has reasonable small size. Unlike many
other software modules and samplers, this one will never overload CPU.
It will never stick notes, and never break the sound or click during
The mda Piano VSTi is without doubt the best free
Piano currently available. This softsynth is modelled around 31
carefully sampled and mastered Piano samples.
Its unique Width Control not only controls panning of notes across the
keyboard but at high settings adds a psychoacoustic widening effect
adding a touch of room ambience and spaciousness to the sound.
1-32 voice polyphony, Decay, Release, Stereo Width,
Velocity sensitivity, muffle and hardness Amount adjustable.
Glue Reeds is a virtual electric piano based on a
Wurlitzer®, it used reeds, like the Rhodes® it had
individual pickups, and like no other instrument it used
sticky foam pads to pull and release the reeds instead
of a hammer to hit
for a very special result :
- reeds for an uneven sound,
with rich overtones.
- electro-magnetic pickups
for a hot sound and no buzzing
- sticky hammers that gave
it poor dynamic response and rather soft sound
compared to its two barking big brothers.
Glue Reeds uses reactive synthesis which emulates
each part of the sound generating process.
Although it may sound like a
sampled instrument, MrRay SeventyThree is still
synthesized, as the sound it produces is 100% calculated
in real time. What characterizes this version of MrRay
is a series of "imperfections" introduced in order to
capture, with the highest possible fidelity, the sound
of a Mark I. There are mallet noises, wooden noises,
metallic artifacts and changes of volume for each single
note. Also, the lower notes have a particular "growl"
when you hit them hard, and when you hit more keys
really hard, you'll hear them "vibrating", originally
due to the instability of the harp assembly inside the
real instrument. You won't hear twice the exact same
sound when you play it. When keys are released you'll
hear the noises produced by the "dampers" which stop the
vibration of the tines.