Vintage Electric Piano

Multi-sampled Vintage Electric Piano

(164 Votes)
2.0 (Updated 13 years ago)
5.7MB
October 06, 2005
Reaktor 5 or lower
Instrument Sampler

DESCRIPTION

This is the first instrument in a set of what I call players ensembles. They are simple to use and are aimed at performers that are keyboard players.

Features a 4 layer sampled suitcase rhodes.
Easy to use, sounds great!

1.1 Update includes some of the requests (tempo sync, master tuning, mono tremelo option plus a few other small fixes)

COMMENTS  (18)

krister mikkelsen
5 years ago
Hi! Its seemed like my copy was tuned one step too low as a standard, if somebody else is having this problem, just enter edit mode, right click on the "tune" fader, click "Show in structure" click the "tune" module and set "Max" (set as "o.5") to "1" in the sidepanel :D
Steven Berliner
6 years ago
I really like this! This has a great, warm sound. Awesome to have in my collection of Reaktor ensembles. Thanks!
James Phillips
6 years ago
This is a really excellent ensemble...thanks! Spent ages looking for a decent Rhodes sound when all the time there was a top notch one here for free.
Christopher Soulos
11 years ago
James, I'm the middle aged BF... just kidding!!! This is superb. I got led here from Kontakt. The .nki is even better! Excellent
michael huckaby
11 years ago
extremely useful. amazing for deep house.
ekk ..
13 years ago
there is a design flaw. i want the brightness of high treble, but not the click. when you bypass the hi/lo shelf theres no click. so, my suggestion is as follows: bypass the hi shelf. execelent samples, and tremelo, tho. kudos.
ekk ..
13 years ago
lovley. i used to own one, but the 19 year old girl who gave it to me took it back for her middle aged boyfriend. I guess he makes some silly music for moutain climbers or something. GIVE IT BACK!!!
Dave Bourke
13 years ago
Luvverly! Thanks, Lynden.
michael huckaby
13 years ago
nice, i needed this ! time to get busy making deep house with this. you could make deep house with this all day long ! mike huckaby
Dave Bourke
13 years ago
Non-pan tremolo and it would be perfect :-)
Lonya Koval
13 years ago
hi Lynden I love the sound, it's suppa sweet. I have a request, could you ad a general tuning ?
Phil Durrant
13 years ago
it would be nice if the vibrato could sync to tempo. but i look forward to more in this "player ensemble" series. personally i could do with a nice acoustic guitar one, and a clean electric guitar, which would be nice for rhythm guitar stuff. but i am glad you started off with an electric piano. very nice :-)
daniel battaglia
13 years ago
i meant a non-panning OPTION on the tremolo, btw, sometimes autopan is little too much
daniel battaglia
13 years ago
pretty cool, man. sounds good in its simplicity. i think a non-panning tremolo would be the only thing i would add. overall, very good, and useful.
John Kammeyer-Mueller
13 years ago
thanks much! i like the idea of ensembles directed towards live input like this.
claude rivest
13 years ago
great electric piano, bass sounds are very mmmm... i love it. Thank you
Mark Bonnington
13 years ago
Excellent!
Red Wierenga
13 years ago
Thank you for this. I'm glad to see an upload intended for performance use. At high treble settings I get clicks in the output. The high shelf EQ seems to be to blame. Also, I suggest that you put smoothers after the treble and bass sliders to avoid getting clicks when they're moved. Thanks again.
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