1970s Electro-Mechanical Piano Re-Imagined

US Martinic releases Pianet T      23/05/24

Martinic has released Pianet T, a virtual instrument based on its namesake Hohner piano. This is what they have to say about it...

Add some retro charm to your music with the iconic sound of this '70s electro-mechanical piano called the Pianet T.

The reeds in the Pianet T aren't struck, but instead are engaged by NASA-patented pink plastic suction pads that suck on the reeds until they snap loose and begin to vibrate. Small coils, similar to guitar pickups, then convert the vibrations into electrical sound. The intricate sounds produced by these coils comprise numerous sine waves. In the case of the Pianet T model, it occasionally necessitates the computation of over 100 sine waves to craft its distinct sound profile. To ensure optimal performance without overtaxing the CPU, we've integrated an enhanced iteration of the formula pioneered by a seventh-century Indian mathematician. This fusion of ancient methodologies with cutting-edge twentieth-century NASA techniques is seamlessly integrated into our plugin, resulting in a harmonious marriage of tradition and innovation.

Pricing and Availability:
On offer at £28.50 (Regular price: £57)

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