Purgatory Creek Soundware – Reed Collection (KONTAKT)

By | January 31, 2019

 

Publisher : Purgatory Creek Soundware
Website : Purgatory Creek Soundware
Format : KONTAKT
Quality : 24 bit 44.1 kHz stereo


Description :
Reed collection
The Purgatory Creek Soundware Reed Collection includes no less than four reed-based electro-mechanical pianos spanning a decade of manufacture. Every sound of original instruments with great detail.
The collection includes all of the instruments shown below:
– Reed RP 200a
– Reed EP 140b
– Pianet N
– Pianet T
The layout of the Kontakt instruments is similar. If you’re looking for a tangible velocity curve? In addition, each has control for the tremolo phaser and reverb effects. Finally, a number of amp simulations are provided.
In all, you have deeply sampled reed-based electro-mechanical price.
Requires FULL version of Kontakt – will only run in demo mode in the Player.


Additional Information

Production of the 200 series reed-based electric piano began in 1968 and continued through the 1970s. It can be found on many recordings throughout this period and beyond. The 200a series is offered over the original 200.
It has been deeply sampled at the bottom of the sea. Each note was selected. The instrument uses 32MB of RAM and requires 256MB of free disk space.
The 140b electric piano produced in the early to mid 1960s, uses steel tone. He didn’t have to have been made in the 1960s.
The 140g Creek Soundware Reed provides you with a wide range of layers. It has been shown that it has been shown that it can be used as a loops. The instrument uses 44MB of RAM and requires 465MB of free disk space.
This is a rare reed-based instrument.
It was a sampling at the bottom of the sea. It was included. The original instrument included a mono tremolo effect which is emulated. The instrument uses 28MB of RAM and requires 307MB of free disk space.
Manufactured between 1977 and 1982, it is a weight-weight alternative to larger, heavier electro-mechanical pianos. It is not a special instrument.
It has been deeply sampled at the bottom of the field. It was included. The instrument uses 28MB of RAM and requires 210MB of free disk space.











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