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 E-Piano Module by 4Front 4/5   Add a comment 

E-Piano ModuleE-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 live performances.

Price: Free
Difficulty: easy CPU: medium 
 ePiano by mda Rate it! Rate  Add a comment 

* Based around 12 carefully sampled and mastered Rhodes Piano samples
* 1-32 voice polyphony
* Unique width control
* Decay, Release, Stereo Width, Velocity sensitivity, muffle and hardness Amount adjustable
* Gentle muffling filter

Price: Free
Difficulty: easy CPU: low 
 lazysnake by Andreas Ersson Rate it! Rate  Add a comment 

lazysnakeLazySnake is a virtual Electric Piano.

Features:

* Fork section: Control over Harmonics and Fundamental.
* Amp section: Overdrive and Hardness.
* Polyphony mode: 1-16 voices.
* +-24 course tuning & finetune controls
* Lin/Exp/Log velocity curves with depth control.
* WhaWha (With cutoff & resonance and sync options).
* Tremolo (Mono/Stereo and sync options).
* MIDI automation and MIDI learn.
* Skinable.

Price: Free
Difficulty: medium CPU: medium 
 LoungeLizard2 by Applied Acoustics Systems Rate it! Rate  Add a comment 

LoungeLizard2The Lounge Lizard uses the same award winning physical modelling technology utilised by the Tassman, to replicate the mechanism of an electric piano, including the tone and tine bars, the hammer and the pick up for unmatched sound quality and control.

Price: €152.00
Difficulty: medium CPU: medium 
 MrRay by Guido ScognamiglioRate it! Rate  Add a comment 

MrRayMrRay Electric Piano is a Fender Rhodes piano simulation.

Features:

* Four types of Pickups for Rhodes Mark I, Mark II, Wurlitzer and FM (DX7) simulation.
* Adjustable pickup symmetry and distance, mallet hardness and hammer noise.
* Wah-wah effect.
* Distortion.
* Phaser / Flanger (synchronizable to host tempo).
* Tremolo / Auto-Pan (synchronizable to host tempo).
* Stereo Delay (synchronizable to host tempo).

Price: Free
Difficulty: medium CPU: low 
 MrRay22 by Guido Scognamiglio Rate it! Rate  Add a comment 

MrRay22 MrRay is an Electric Piano emulation. It is capable of producing the sound of the Electric Pianos of the seventies, like the Fender Rhodes and the Wurlitzer EP, as well as the Yamaha DX7 FM Piano. The synthesis used for MrRay to produce its sound is called physical Modeling.

Features:

* Four types of Pickups for Rhodes Mark I, Mark II, Wurlitzer and FM (DX7) simulation.
* Adjustable pickup symmetry and distance, mallet hardness and hammer noise.
* Wah-wah effect.
* Distortion.
* Phaser / Flanger (synchronizable to host tempo).
* Tremolo / Auto-Pan (synchronizable to host tempo).
* Stereo Delay (synchronizable to host tempo).

Price: Free
Difficulty: medium CPU: low 
 FM7 by Native Instruments Rate it! Rate  Add a comment 

FM7The FM7 takes the legendary sound of FM synthesis to a new level. Not only does the FM7 read the complete sound library from the classic FM synths, but it goes far beyond emulation. It adds distortion and filter operators, extensive modulation capabilities, a comprehensive effects section, audio input and much more to the traditional FM architecture. The user interface of the FM7 makes it comfortable and easy to explore the fascinating new possibilities of FM Native style.

Price: €299.00
Difficulty: medium CPU: medium 
 Ganymed by Stefan Kuhn Rate it! Rate  Add a comment 

Ganymed * 3 Operator FM Synthesis.
* Up to 32 voices polyphony adjustable from the UI, including a smart & smooth voice stealing algorithm.
* Many modulation sources: 3 ENVs, 3 LFOs, 6 Mod-Adders, 2 MIDI sources, key, velocity, 4 SEQ sources.
* Rich modulation capabilities: Every modulation source can be routed to almost every sound parameter.
* Built-in 4-track pattern sequencer for complex modulation sequences (syncable to your host sequencer!).
* Sample precise support for all usual MIDI controllers (volume, expression, panpot, pitch bend, ...).
* Support for all sample rates (22k, 44k, 48k, 96k, ...).
* True 32bit floating point signal processing on per-sample-basis (no down scaling!).

Price: Free
Difficulty: medium CPU: medium 
 OXE FM Synth by Oxe Rate it! Rate  Add a comment 

OXE FM SynthGreat sounding multitimbral FM synth. It is a bit complicated to understand all parameters at first but I think its worth a try. It offers a wide variety of sounds from basses (e.g. lately bass) to pads, great leads and even drums. Of course delay and reverb are also included.

Price: Free
Difficulty: hard CPU: medium 
 Vivaldi MX by Stefan Kuhn Rate it! Rate  Add a comment 

Vivaldi MXThis is a really nice FM synth plugin with a wide variety of sounds. It can create interesting pad and bell like sounds. It is multitimbral and the polyphony can be set to optimize cpu usage which can be very high. The overall sound is pretty good.

Price: Free
Difficulty: medium CPU: high 
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