RP-86

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Mid-80's "vintage" and lush synthetic piano tones

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Product Overview

RP-86  is a Kontakt 5 Library inspired by Piano samples of The "Famous" 1986 Roland MKS-20 Module.

RP-86 has a different approach on recreating these vintage mid-80's "vintage" and lush synthetic piano tones.

Instead of using straight samples from the original module we selected 2 of its most recognizable piano tones and their multiple-velocity samples processed via additive resynthesis software.

After the necessary editing the "newly" resynthesized multisamples have been used to recreate the original tones on Kontakt 5.

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Key Features

  • 2 Piano tones :Piano 1 & EP 2.
  • Synth Pad/Strings for layered sounds.
  • Chorus, Delay & Convolution Reverb Effects.
  • Various Editing Parameters.
  • Multi-sampled sounds at 44.1 kHz 24-bit.

Technical Specifications

  • Available Output Digital Download
  • Size 0.17 GB
    • Total size is 157 MB at 44.1KHz 24-bit (260 MB before .ncw compression)
    • 165 Wave Samples.
    • 4 Multisampled sounds.
    • 16 Snapshots.
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Overview

MAIN PAGE

A sound program can be made up to 2 elements with some basic editing parameters.

There is a large blue "LCD Display", which is heavily inspired by the original MKS-20 module.

It looks pleasant and it adds a "vintage" look to the GUI, but it can also interact with the inner Kontakt synth engine.

Each of the 2 elements has 2 different multisampled sounds to select from.

The selection can be made directly on the "LCD" Display using the mouse "left-click" and the pop-up dropdown menu.

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EDIT PAGE

On the left there is located the filter section with Cutoff & velocity sensitivity.

Next are the Amp Release Envelope & velocity sensitivity.

On the right there is the LFO with Pitch and Amp. modulation amount as well as note transpose controls for each of the 2 elements.

Below are located the effects like chorus, delay, reverb and equalizer. Every effect has its own corresponding parameters as well as On/Off switch.

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