Ableton releases new Partner Instrument: Electric Pianos by Soniccouture
Berlin, Germany, May 4, 2012
Ableton, in conjunction with Soniccouture, presents Electric Pianos, a software instrument consisting of two carefully sampled classic electric pianos - the Rhodes Stage 73 and the Wurlitzer 200A. The nuanced sound and dynamics of these legendary keyboards have been expertly captured by Soniccouture, with every key - and its release - recorded at many velocity levels using vintage equipment. 70 Instrument presets - tailored for perfect integration within Ableton Live - provide the characteristic sounds that made these electric pianos famous. Controls for effects, dynamics and EQ let users dial in just the right tone for their own music.
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Soniccouture is an independent UK company that has developed a reputation for high quality, idiosyncratic libraries often based on unusual instruments and avant-garde sound design that traditional library developers don't usually explore.
Ableton makes Ableton Live, a unique product for writing, recording and performing music with a computer. Since the company started in 1999, Ableton has attracted an extensive and highly committed community of musicians, composers and DJs worldwide. The company has received outstanding press, awards and customer feedback since the unveiling of Live in October 2001. The company headquarters are located in Berlin, and there is an additional office in New York City. Ableton currently has about 130 employees.
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