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June 11, 2004
Precisionsound has released Dusty Electric Mk II, based on a Rhodes Stage Piano Mark II (Seventy Three) from 1980.
All notes have been recorded in 24-bit resolution without any post treatment. What you get is the pure and true sound and response of the instrument in up to 5 velocity layers and 3 velocity release layers. To keep the size down (under 235 MB) and still be realistic, Precisionsound looped each sample very carefully.
Dusty Electric Mk II contains 520 individual 24 bit Mono WAV samples. 1 program each for HALion 1.*, HALion 2 and NI Kontakt 1.2 and are available on CD-ROM and as a downloadable SampleSet
The price is $73 for the CD-ROM (Free worldwide shipping) and $63 for the download.
For more information, visit their web site at precisionsound.net.