Blimey - It's A Nylon Electric Piano

Instrument offers a spectral transformation from nylon concert guitar to electric piano      25/06/20

Sampleson has launched what they say is the first Nylon-Electric-Piano. A spokesperson told us, "Yes, it sounds weird. It's a spectral transformation from a Nylon Concert Guitar into an Electric Piano It's just 35MB and will allow you to do spectral transformation just moving the main slider."

Here's more on ElectroNylon direct from Sampleson...

ElectroNylon is based on Spectral Modeling (realistic modeling technique since spectral models are scanned from real instruments)

ElectroNylon is an electric piano and a nylon guitar, and everything in the middle. A unique instrument made out of the spectral models from a nylon guitar and two electric piano (reeds and tines based)

Real-time spectral transformation takes harmonics and formants and blends them mathematically. Allowing you to do this transformation in real-time with no CPU-usage increment.


  • Spectral Modeled Nylon Electric Piano
  • Real-time Spectral transformations -Based on real samples
  • Just 35MB
  • No velocity-switching
  • Ambient FX
  • Chorus FX
  • Drive FX
  • Reverb FX
  • Scalable HD interface
  • MacOS Catalina Ready
  • Easy install
  • No extra purchases needed (like Kontakt, UVI, etc) or any other 3rd. party player.
  • Ready to be loaded into major DAWs (Cubase, Logic Pro, GarageBand, Cakewalk, Reaper, BitWig, Nuendo, FL Studio etc)
  • Win 32/64 bits and Mac VST/AU/Standalone versions included
  • No online activation required


Pricing and Availability:

On offer at $29 (Regular price: $49)

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