Plugin Boutique has launched a sale on the EGP Hybrid Electric Grand Piano, an UVI Workstation instrument capable of everything from classic piano sounds to shimmering ambiences.

UVI EGP Electric Grand sale

Our inspiration started with the Yamaha CP-70, the first and most successful portable electric grand piano. The CP-70 was developed for touring musicians in the 70’s, making use of electric amplification with per-string piezo pickups similar to a guitar. This approach allowed for a much smaller, modular construction perfect for the touring musician. It was, in essence, a 300lb plug-and-play grand piano.

The CP-70 was introduced in the mid 70’s, seeing a positive reception and popularity for over a decade until it, along with its siblings the CP-60 and CP-80, were discontinued shortly after the advent of digital pianos. Most famously used by Peter Gabriel, the CP-70 was a favorite of many pop and prog rock icons including Stevie Wonder, Keith Emerson, Paul Jones of Led Zeppelin, Boston, Journey, Asia and Genesis.

EGP Electric Grand features

  • Discrete and fully mixable electric, L/R and M/S signals.
  • M/S signal switchable to dual mono.
  • 10 prepared piano styles, create custom key splits in UVI Workstation.
  • Independent effect chains for acoustic and electric signals.
  • Independent ADSR amplitude control for acoustic and electric signals.
  • Resonance polyphony and volume control.
  • Pedal and Release volume control.
  • Extended Range switch provides a full 88-note range.
  • Wheel Strum.
  • 100+ preset library.
  • Advanced audio engine.
  • Flexible licensing supports 3 concurrent authorizations.
  • Size: 4.7 GB (FLAC lossless encoding, was 16 GB in WAV).
  • Collection: Hybrid Electric Grand Piano.
  • Content: 1 instrument, 104 presets, 10,000+ samples.
  • Sample Resolution: 44.1 kHz, recording at 96 kHz.

EGP Electric Grand is available at a 50% discount until May 9th, 2017.

More information: Plugin Boutique / UVI EGP Electric Grand