Electric Piano Virtual Instrument
The First Ever-Changing Modeled Electric Piano
Reed106 is the first modeled piano that is always changing.
Every note, every day, every month. Reed106 creates small variations of itself every time you play it (reproducing temperature, humidity, power supply fluctuations in real life).
This eliminates one of the most frustrating things of a VST: the boring effect that a virtual instrument generates over time.
Only 45 MB, no library installation required.
Every electric piano has a unique sound.
Even if it's the same model, same manufacturer, and same year!
This is why real pianos and electric pianos could never be emulated by software... until today! Reed106 introduces a proprietary Sampleson's software that turns static VST instruments into living ones.
Sampled instruments use to add round-robins (Round-robin sampling is a method of sample playback which allows you to play different sampled versions of the same sound to avoid the "machine-gun" effect).
Reed106's Spectral Model is capable to create infinite natural variations for every note and velocity, something not possible with sampling methods.
- Spectral modeled Reed-based Electric Piano
- Extended range (64 keys)
- Only 45MB
- No velocity-switching
- Reverb, Tremolo and Drive FX
- Scalable HD interface
- No 3rd party sampler required
- MacOS 10.7 Lion and above
- Windows 7 and above (64-bit only)
- Intel or AMD CPU
- 4GB RAM or more
- 45MB free storage space
AU, VST2, and Standalone