Sampleson Markus 88
Electric Piano Virtual Instrument
The first Spectral Modeled Electric Piano based on real samples entirely rebuilt by modeling.
Sampleson decoded and analyzed a vintage electric piano sinewaves spectrum for every note and every velocity, and recreated it manually.
When you play a note on Markus, the same sound for the original instrument will be generated (no samples involved).
Every single harmonic was tuned by ear.
Like in acoustic piano tuning, the final touch always is made manually, and no tuning software or algorithm can replace that.
Decoding the Electric Piano Genome
Every sound in nature is a complex spectrum of harmonics.
The combination of those harmonics makes every sound unique and easy to be identified by humans.
Doing the reverse engineering for finding the harmonics that make a tine-based electric piano sound like a tine-based electric piano is a complex task.
We disassembled tine-based electric piano timbre into the minimal parts a sound can be split and reassembled into a fully expressive virtual instrument.
- MacOS 10.7 Lion and above
- Windows 7 and above (64-bit only)
- Intel or AMD CPU
- 4GB RAM or more
- 25MB free storage space
AU, VST2, and Standalone