A New Standard For Virtual Keyboard Instruments?

XLN Audio releases Addictive Keys      29/08/12
XLN Audio says that Addictive Keys is a powerful tool for musicians, producers and songwriters, setting a new standard for virtual keyboard instruments. They tell us that, with its unique sound creation ability, smart workflow and fast loading times, Addictive Keys is suitable for any production style or music genre – You can mix and match different microphone perspectives, add professional effects and advanced envelopes to create truly unique sounds. A spokesperson had this to say, "Addictive Keys brings a new level of creativity by offering an ever-growing collection of instruments packaged in an intuitive and easy to use interface. ExploreMaps offer production presets sorted by instrument and style, the preview function makes it easy to find the right sound for a production - or the inspiration to write a new song! The combination of great sound quality, fast workflow and reliable performance makes Addictive Keys the perfect music companion – at home, in the studio and on the road. Two years in the making, Addictive Keys is the ultimate blend of engineering, innovative design and creative expression. The standalone version is perfect for spontaneous jamming and live performances and the plug-in version supports all major DAW hosts."
The Studio Collection bundle offers three instruments:
  • Studio Grand - a Steinway Model D grand piano
  • Modern Upright - Yamaha U3 upright piano
  • Mark One - a Fender Rhodes Mark I electric piano
All instruments are available for purchase separately.
The Studio Grand is also available as a Free Version with 3 of the recorded 6 microphone perspectives and 49 of the 88 keys.
The Addictive Keys engine is included in all offers.
Pricing and Availability:
Studio Collection: 179€
Studio Grand: 49€
Modern Upright: 99€
Mark One: 79€
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