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Motu Electric Keys - virtual instrument software

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£235.00
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The MOTU ELECTRIC KEYS Virtual instrument software: vintage electric keyboards. A cross-platform virtual instrument with 50 classic, vintage electric keyboard instruments from the last 40 years.

The MOTU ELECTRIC KEYS is a virtual instrument whose main feature is a 40GB sound library, containing over 20,000 samples of pianos, organs, clavinets and Wurlitzers, along with tape samplers, string machines, keyboard basses and yet more obscure instruments. Fifty well-preserved and maintained vintage instruments were used to create the sounds in Electric Keys, including models from Fender, Yamaha, Korg, Roland, Hammond, Wurlitzer, Hohner, Elka, Farfisa, Mellotron, Moog, RMI, Arp and others. The majority of samples are recorded at a 24-bit 96kHz resolution, but can be played at other rates if needed via Electric Keys' flexible 32-bit UVI playback engine. Electric Keys has a simple and attractive software interface plus a software multi-effects rack. Electric Keys supports all major plug-in formats on Mac OS X and Windows (XP and Vista), including VST, DXi, MAS, Audio Units and RTAS. It also runs as a stand-alone application, turning any laptop or desktop computer into the ultimate electric keyboard instrument.

The main features of the MOTU ELECTRIC KEYS include:

  • A cross-platform virtual instrument with 50 classic, vintage electric keyboard instruments from the last 40 years
  • 40GB sound library, containing over 20,000 samples
  • Pianos, organs, clavinets and Wurlitzers, along with tape samplers, string machines, keyboard basses and yet more obscure instruments
  • Runs as a stand-alone application via included flexible 32-bit UVI playback engine
  • Supports all major plug-in formats on Mac OS X and Windows (XP and Vista), including VST, DXi, MAS, Audio Units and RTAS