Neo-Soul Keys

So you want those deep soulful organic sounds for your productions but don’t have the budget for the hardware? Do you want to make music sounding like D’angelo, Dwele, Musiq Soulchild etc..? Many people often ask in forums “What keyboard do I need to re-create these sounds”.

I mentioned Lounge Lizard  back in an earlier post however Neo Soul Keys is also another very good alternative to the expensive hardware.

The platform is very similar to the way Kontakt works with amazing and different effects. The graphical layout is simple to navigate and the interface is full of color and life to give you an ultimate Neo-Soul Experience!

Electric Pianos Featured: 

1. Mark I Stage Electric Piano

2. Mark II Suitcase Electric Piano

3. Wurlitzer® 200A

4. Yamaha® EX5 EP Sampled Using FDSP

5. Dyno-My-Piano Emulation

The Neo-Soul Keys® 3X Library for Kontakt 5 Player is a very specific urban sounding electric piano library that is designed to reproduce the exact sound, feel, and playability of your classic/vintage electric piano with the detail and expressiveness of the Fender® cabinet and, of course, the most beautiful vibrato. Our #1 goal was to make sure that if you were not able to take your heavy axe to your gig or studio, then this library would be the next best thing. The EP sound is a combination of samples 8.06GB (4.05GB Compressed), and complex impulse response algorithms that will give you the grit of hip-hop; the silkiness of R&B; and the soul in neo-soul. Our absolute number one goal was realism and with vintage modeled effects, complex impulse response algorithms, advanced FX, and tweak-able knobs for ultimate control, you will have the best EP experience ever produced in a plugin.

Neo Soul Keys

2 thoughts on “Neo-Soul Keys”

  1. I got this set from following Jamal Hartwell’s videos. Amazing plugin and sounds better then even some hardware with Rhodes sounds. You can even tweak these sounds to perfection.
    My MIDI controller cost only $20 but I am getting sounds better than what I hear from $700 dollar keyboards in the studio. Well worth the money.

    1. Well that’s what a lot of people do these days, especially if they have a strict budget. I people who simply bring their light MIDI controller and laptop on stage. It’s lighter, compact and you still get the same professional sounds.
      The weight of a MIDI controller and a laptop combined in much lighter than most stage pianos.

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