Gospel Musicians tell us that Neo-Soul Keys Studio is the newest iteration of their Neo-Soul Keys versions. They say that it is a standalone sample library plugin (VST/AU/AAX/Standalone) and features a brand new sample engine using the highest DFD streaming algorithms. It also contains all of Overloud's VKFX keyboard FX suite built in. A spokesperson told us, "These amazing effects are also included as a separate FX rack plugin that can be used in your DAW to process audio. So essentially, Neo-Soul Keys Studio is two products in one (Effect Rack and Sounds). The thing that has made Neo-Soul Keys so successful is our painstaking attention to the mechanical parts of the electric piano, which we feel, adds to the character and authenticity of an electromechanical piano."
George Duke has used Gospel Musicians electric pianos live and had this to say, "I also incorporated one called Neo-Soul Suitcase, because that has a little more grit and meat on it for certain types of sounds. There's another that's pretty smooth, and it's also a Scarbee thing but it's toned down; it doesn't have a lot of attack. As a matter a fact, I'm using that sound on "Brazilian Love Affair." When I go into playing more funk, I might use Neo-Soul Keys, which has a lot of attack...." (Keyboard Magazine, Aug. 2013)"
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Neo-Soul Keys Studio's regular price is $199.99, but will be on sale for an introductory price of only $79.99. Existing Neo-Soul Keys customers can crossgrade for $39.99. Sale ends March 20th.
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