Jen Pianotone 600 Revisited As A Freebie

SampleScience's Pianotone 600 is based on a 1970s electronic keyboard's analog piano sound      06/08/20

Jen Pianotone 600 Revisited As A Freebie


SampleScience has released Pianotone 600, which they describe as a plugin based on the analog piano sound of a 1970s electronic keyboard, the Jen Pianotone 600.

A spokesperson told us, "VOX did their own version of the Pianotone 600. The original instrument doesn't have touch sensitivity, and because of this, Pianotone 600 comes with two modes: original and amplitude velocity. Best of all, Pianotone 600 is available free of charge!"

Features:

  •     10 MB of samples (16-bit, 44.1kHz mono Wav files)
  •     Multi-LFO
  •     Room reverb
  •     Highpass/Lowpass filter
  •     Amplitude range controls
  •     3 voice modes: polyphonic, monophonic, and legato
  •     Available as a VST/VST3/AU plugin for Windows and macOS High Sierra/Mojave
  •     Not compatible with macOS Catalina and up

 

Pricing and Availability:
Free download

More information:

 

 



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