The Neo-Soul demos sound fantastic; I'd love to get my mitts on that. The recent Soniccouture Wurly library sale extended a few more days, so grab it quickly! May still turn out that I'm pushing the limits as I often do. The history of the Rhodes piano is quite a story and you can read about the journey of Harold Rhodes and his development of the instrument. Distortion, amp, compression, etc…this makes it very quick to come up with the exact sound you want, right there in the interface. I can't find anyway to edit it to keep that from happening. By the looks of things the Waves Electric 88 is a steal and we all deserve to have a great Rhodes piano at our fingertips. The effects include the classic reverb, chorus, phaser, amp simulation, distortion auto-wah, pan, compression, delay, bass and treble.
Suffice to say they did a magnificent job and believe that a soul is captured in 1. It comes with a load of presets and lots of room for finding the perfect sound. Once you start making it too complex, you start losing the point of the instrument in the first place, and it starts to lose its distinct position in the market place as a unique blend of sounds and features. The effects are comprehensive, although I do wish there was finer resolution on the delay time and such. I do think that the Mark one got leapfrogged a bit by Keyscape, but that this is the new king of the hill sampled Rhodes.
At least not in the first 24 hours. . What is it about the Rhodes that inspires software developers to pursue the perfect emulation? It has to be down to the sound at the end of the day. This applies to your work as well as work from a third party. The sampling experts at Soniccouture bring these instruments up to date with their perfect integration into Ableton Live while retaining the full spectrum of sound that made the originals so beloved. They have come in several forms over the years but the Scarbee Mark I is their definitive sampled Rhodes machine. Different colors in your crayon box.
I played the right hand with more pressure. My soundfont sounds the way I want it right out of the box. I just edited the post right above yours - for some reason I hadn't gotten into the Options menu on Elektrik Piano 1. For a modeler, give MrRay a try from. I am a fanatic for electric pianos and I am always looking for something as close to the real thing as possible. Might be a fun project for anyone who owns both, or is into sampling. I think the samples are the same.
I have both on my machine. The point is to release a new electric piano sample. Everything was adjusted and restored for that perfect sound. My left hand overall volume on my Rhodes was controlled by pressure. My son Oscar helped for a while with the noise reduction tasks and my other son Victor assisted me with the special bass key tunings. It has been programmed as an Ableton Live Pack, Kontakt Instrument and Logic library.
Any preference on that front anyone? I'm very impressed with it - I really love it. So instead of recording the sound of a piano they create a computer model of how sound is generated when a mallet hits a tine. What we wanted was the grit, dirt, and grimey aspect of a Suitcase. The most iconic performance for me is Ray Charles playing Shake a Tail-feather in the The Blues Brothers movie. Arturia have put a lot of focus into the amplification and effects loop, including a volume and sustain pedal. Different colors in your crayon box.
It reminds me of my Mark I — not a cheap polaroid version of it, but a genuine doppleganger with all the richness. Not documented as far as I could see. Is it a hundred bucks better? This may be a limitation of Kontact? I've sent him midi and audio files along with answers to about 10 questions that involved some additional testing. Cinematique Instruments Electric Piano Perhaps a lesser known purveyor of fine sampled instruments I really like the Electric Piano they produced for Kontakt. Different colors in your crayon box. Is there a way to fix that? Thats why I use it, but I have to make presets on my dual slope Limiter for each song.
Way better than Loung Lizard, which might be an interesting instrument in its own right, but fails as a Rhodes imitation. Mark One Brooklyn is collection 24-bit instruments and loops sampled from the Rhodes Mark One. So both compliment each other. Also available in this series: bundle - save 40%! Regardless the two do compl ement each other! At last, the legendary electric piano of the 1970s has been sampled to perfection in all of its analog brilliance. Visceral, exciting and three dimensional. I know I can get better Fender Rhodes sounds than that. Thanks Thomas for the years of hard work you put in to giving keyboardists around the world your very best! The sound of the Upright and Wurlitzer are stellar, the Rhodes is good but still won't get that barking sound exactly right, but the More Than A Woman Bee Gees and Baby Come Back sound is perfect.