I want to introduce a new plug-in called KeyZone Classic, available for both Windows users and MAC users.
Bitsonic created this virtual piano using some real sample sounds from some analog piano types. The instrument list is not very large, it only has 5 instruments but the sound quality is quite good.
- Piano from Keyzone 1
- Yamaha Grand Piano
- Steinway Grand Piano
- Basic Electric Piano
- Rhodes Piano
You can control the sound sample pretty comfortable directly from the instrument interface using the ADSR controls, you can add Reverb, control the LFO rate and depth, set the proper volume, set the panning, browse the presets list, etc.
If you’re wondering what’s looking our logo on the plug-in interface, you have to know that I’ve contributed to creating this interface. Do not rush to judge my designer talents, this is my first interface created until now. Not long after I made a graphical interface for the Xsub plugin released lately by Hex Loops. Right now I’m working on another design that I think is even better…so, keep close with ProducerSpot to see how my graphic artist evolves… 🙂
Back to our free virtual piano plugin…
If you are looking for some fresh key sounds, then go and get this free plugin. I hope that you will love this virtual piano, which, as I told you, sounds pretty good.
It works on both 32 and 64 bits and is available in VST and AU format (Windows and MAC). See the download link below. If you like show your appreciation by giving a share to this post and spread the news among your friends.
I want to thank Ferenc Gyuricza from Bitsonic for this opportunity!