Electric Piano For Mac And Windows

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

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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