Collection of 3 libraries for Kontakt based on famous keyboards from the 70s: Orchestrator, Compac and Organ X55. Faithful recreation of the sound and workflow of the original units.
Three synths from the 70s for Kontakt
With Retro Keys we bring 3 keyboards from the 70s to modern productions.
The Compac piano is a synth that mimics the sound of a piano by shaping the tone of a saw-tooth waveform. Using another filters it shapes the sound to resemble the sound of a honky-tonk piano and a clavichord. It's very simple but very cute.
The Orchestrator also mimics the sound of piano using the same technique as Compac, but it adds a brass section with a filter controlled by an envelope. Also including a strings section that includes the famous chorus / ensemble effect that many of us love.
Finally, Organ X55 is a B3 style synth that adds sine waves in different pitches to create the famous Hammond organ sound. We included a rotator effect that simulates a Leslie speaker.
Why you'll love Retro Keys
Retro Keys brings the sound of three vintage keyboards from the 70s
Hear how Retro Keys sound in the context of a full song and naked right out of the box.
Tracks by Torley and Davidoff.
In the effects page you can add any effect you want in any order.
Including EQ, compressors, modulation effects, distortion, saturation, tape machine, reverbs, amp simulators and more.
This script boosts the sonic capabilities of the library exponentially. Easy to use in a simple and intuitive design.
From the settings page you can control any parameter that you might ever need.
Round robin, dynamic range, velocity curve and volume of the noise recorded from the original unit.
Kontakt 5.7.3 and newer versions.
Full version of Kontakt required.
Kontakt Player will run in demo mode.
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And start using them in your tracks today.
For the full version of Kontakt only.