Sampleson has announced the relesae of 1959 Electro-Acoustic Piano, a spectral modeled piano instrument based on an expired patent from 1959 filed by Leo Fender.
1959 by Sampleson is based on the Electro-Acoustic Piano patent (lifetime expired) registered by Leo Fender in 1959. We brought it to life using spectral modeling. Sound can be described as a CP80-like but a bit more tuned due to the fewer number of strings.
1959 can be described as RAW. Despite the reverb included, 1959 is minded to be heavily processed with anything you want. It will melt perfectly with choruses, flangers, phasers, etc. Demos were recorded with and without effects (factory free FXs included in GarageBand).
1959 Electro-Acoustic Piano features
- 88 notes electro-acoustic piano.
- Spectral modeled (no samples at all).
- Resonance amount.
- Hammer noise amount.
- Release sound amount.
- Static noise emulator.
- Just 35 MB.
- Scalable HD interface.
- MacOS Catalina Ready.
The instrument is available in VST and AU plugins formats and as standalone software for Windows and Mac. It is on sale for the intro price of $39 USD for a limited time (regular $59 USD).
More information: Sampleson