Electric Piano For Mac And Windows

Applied Acoustics Systems releases Lounge Lizard EP-4   13-Dec-12

Applied Acoustics Systems has released an all-new version of its  Lounge Lizard EP-4 electric piano plug-in for Mac OS X and Windows.

Lounge Lizard EP-4 ships with a new streamlined interface, a new equalizer and compressor module and a new multi-effect processor. It brings native 64-bit operation on Mac OS X and more. AAs tells us that the factory library has been redesigned with more than 200 presets boasting the sought-after classic electric pianos as well as a great selection of custom pianos taking full advantage of the effects.

Marc-Pierre Verge, CEO of Applied Acoustics Systems,told Sonic State, "Since its first release more than 10 years ago, Lounge Lizard has always been a favourite among top keyboard players and producers both for live playing and studio work. This is not only because it sounds great but also because it has the feel of a true instrument. The new Lounge Lizard EP-4 goes even further in terms of faithfulness and sonic possibilities resulting in a piano that is more inspiring and fun to play than ever."

Lounge Lizard EP-4 runs on both Mac OS X and Windows in 32- and 64-bit host sequencers supporting the VST, Audio Unit, and RTAS plug-in formats.

Pricing and Availability:

Lounge Lizard EP-4 is available now. The suggested retail price is $199, but until January 15th, 2013, it's eligible for the 2 for 1 Holiday Sale on Professional Series instruments.

Lounge Lizard EP-4 Upgrades are available to Lounge Lizard EP-1, EP-2, EP-3, and Session users starting at $39.

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EltonJam05    Said...

Lounge Lizard is so fake sounding, are you serious?...looks great, unfortunately sounds thin... more of a granular science project gone awry, great effort though, cheers.

13-Dec-12 07:55 AM

Quiggers    Said...

In comparison to? Nords sample based hardware or NI's kontakt libraries?

What would you suggest as the best source of EP sounds?

I'm not among the lucky few to own a real mkII so I will be giving this the benifit of the doubt, i'll let the demo do the talking.

13-Dec-12 08:31 AM

Mattsynth    Said...

I usually say "Oh boy another digital copy of a EP" but I must say Lounge Lizard does sound great. I can not say that about most plugins but this one is a winner in my studio. I have never owned an EP so I am not comparing it to a real one, just saying it sounds great and I use it in a lot of my tracks.

13-Dec-12 09:01 AM

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