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Five Iconic Key Based Instruments That Recreate Those Classic 60s/70s Jazz, Funk & Rock Vibes at 75% off

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Five Iconic Key Based Instruments That Recreate Those Classic 60s/70s Jazz, Funk & Rock Vibes!

Designed in a 3D world of charm, character, and creative inspiration. This collection has been sampled with the utmost care and attention to how each instrument acts and sounds in real life. With a hands-on approach to sound manipulation, you’ll feel you are sitting in the room with these original vintage rarities.

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Vintage Keys Collection (Affiliate Link) features five iconic keyboard instruments that have been faithfully recreated from the originals in meticulous detail:

  • Stage Piano MK1 – a take on the much loved and highly sought after Fender Rhodes Mark 1. Complete with an effects chain, release triggers, 3 round robins & 4 velocity layers. From very delicate & light, to hard and biting.
  • LiTz – this time a take on the equally sought after Wurlitzer keyboard. Complete with an effects chain, pedal up & down tones for added realism and in built vibrato.
  • The Bull – here Insanity Samples tackle the Moog Taurus. a powerhouse bass synth designed in real life to be used with the feet. With signature presets, and the ability to use a powerful 2 oscillator starting point along with the classic synth parameters found on the Taurus to sculpt your own unique bass tone.
  • Chorda Keys – a slightly more niche and unique take on the Phili-corda. An electric organ with such warmth and soul to its tone. With a wealth of sound manipulation possibilities, this is a real fun little instrument to get stuck into.
  • Autoccordion – not anywhere near as well known or widely used as the likes of the Rhodes or Wurli, the Autoccordion is a take on the J.Busilacchio electric organ. Such a unique sounding little beast. With an automatic air pulling system, it’s an accordion on acid. An awesome instrument to behold, and a fantastic bass/chord buttons section.

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