Fender Rhodes MKII Sampled

US Puremagnetik Releases Electric Piano Soundset for Ableton Live, Kontakt and Logic      10/09/14

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Puremagnetik has released Mark Two Berlin, which they describe as a distinctively unique and versatile instrument recorded from a restored Fender Rhodes MKII. Here's the details in Puremagnetik's own words...

Mark Two Berlin was salvaged from a Berlin collector and brought back to life after many months of restoration..

It joins Puremagnetik's Mark One Brooklyn in a league of electric piano instruments with a charm all their own - for those seeking real world character over perfection.

The Mark Two Berlin had 21 pickups completely replaced with new electronics, a few damper replacements and multiple tine adjustments and tunings. It was routed direct into a Zen modded Golden Age Pre 73 and recorded chromatically with 3 velocity layers per key.

The Live, Logic and Kontakt versions all come with 60 looped clips. The Live version includes Midi clips while the Logic and Kontakt versions contain Apple Loops.

Mark Two Berlin Includes:

  • An expertly multisampled Rhodes Mark II instrument
  • A collection of professionally performed looped clipsInline image 1
  • 60 SIAL and Apple Loops for Logic Pro
  • Custom KSP Kontakt interface for easy editing

System Requirements

  • Requires Ableton Live 9.1 and higher, Logic 10 and higher, or Kontakt 5 and higher
  • 700 Megabytes (MB) of free hard disk space


Pricing and Availability:
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