Classic Electric Pianos Emulated

US Native Instruments releases Electric Keys – Tines Duo      31/01/24

Native Instruments has released Electric Keys – Tines Duo, which they describe as a versatile pair of treasured electric piano emulations with pure, authentic tones ranging from warm and mellow to bright and barking. They say that you can customize your sound with a classic array of controls, preamps, and creative effects. Here's more details direct from NI...

Electric Keys celebrates the world of electric keyboards, putting some of the most sought-after models at your fingertips as perfectly captured, true-to-life piano emulations. Explore enduring sounds that have influenced decades of popular music, spanning from '70s disco and funk to today's chart-topping pop hits. Draw inspiration from classic builds or have fun making them your own with an authentic selection of cabinets, tone controls, and creative effects.

Electric Keys – Phoenix captures the sound of a true icon – one of the world's most influential and recognised electric pianos. With a vast spectrum of sounds, from melodious, bell-like textures to rich, warming harmonies and even distorted, barking tones, Phoenix perfectly delivers diverse retro timbres that will make your productions glow with vintage charm.

Electric Keys – Diamond immortalizes a very rare, original electric piano from 1967. Beyond its sparkling exterior lie real felt piano hammers, producing a unique and mellow tone similar to a vibraphone. This standout gem is ideal for those seeking a more uncommon sound.

Pricing and Availability:
£129

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