A collaboration with Plugin Boutique, Sampleson has released its new spectral modeled instrument Stage54, a virtual emulation of an extraordinary and hard to find 54-key electric tine piano.
In the late ‘70s, a 54-key variation of the famous stage electronic piano was introduced. This version focused specifically on the middle register of the piano, intended for players who were interested in achieving the best possible tone for chords and melodic passages during live performance.
Today, this is one of the rarest variations of electric tine pianos, and still features the wooden keys, felts, and action that characterised the original electric pianos of the 1970s.
This Stage54 emulation has been meticulously created using spectral modeling – allowing you access to the same sound as the original instrument in only 45 MB. Stage54 also features infinite round-robins technology and a unique daylight-based user interface that changes throughout the day.
Available for Windows and Mac (VST/AU), Stage54 is on sale for the introductory price of $29 USD until April 2nd, 2022 (regular $49 USD).
More information: Sampleson