Reed200 v2.0 WiN MAC
P2P | 10.10.2021 | MAC: 34 MB | WiN: 24 MB
…::: AU, VSTi, STANDALONE, x86, x64 :::…
SPECTRAL MODELED WURLITZER
Reed200 is our second spectral modeled instrument. We can say it’s all that we dreamed about. Clean and responsive timbre made out of the real Wurlitzer. Stacking up to 600 pure sinewaves, we achieved a perfect and accurate timbre reproducing the sound that a Wurli generates on the line output (Also we included a cabinet and drive emulator). As in our Markus 88, we did most of the jobs manually. Despite the deep spectrum analysis we used to decode the timbre DNA, we focused on recreating the real feel of pushing down a key in a real Wurlitzer.
THE WURLITZER TIMBRE RECREATION
We discovered the Wurlitzer timbre is kind of unique. After doing our first modeled electric piano, Markus 88, we can tell Wurlitzer has some characteristics on the spectrum that makes it more dirty and punchy than a Rhodes. What we’ve learned is that the main difference between Rhodes and Wurli is the perfect octaves harmonics (meaning 12 semitones up, 24, 36, 48, etc). Envelope for those partials are quite louder than in a Rhodes and this is one of the main secrets of Wurli timbre.
You can play a bit with this characteristic with our “Color” slider on our main interface.
– Spectral modeled full range Wurlitzer
– No extra purchases needed (like Kontakt, UVI, etc) or any other 3rd. party player
– Ready to be loaded into major DAWs (Cubase, Logic Pro, GarageBand, Cakewalk, Reaper, BitWig, Nuendo, FLstudio, etc)
– No layer switching (Smooth velocity curve)
– Phaser, Reverb and Color adjusment
– Releases and velocity controls
– Win 32/64 bits (VST/Standalone) and Mac (VST/AU/Standalone) versions included
– No library installation required
– No online activation required
WHAT’S NEW IN VERSION 2
Our main modeling engine was rebuilt, and now it allows us to do thing we had in mind for more than a year. The result is a modeled instrument that is not distinguishable from a real one.
WHAT EXACTLY IS SPECTRAL MODELING?
Every sound in nature can be decomposed into simple sine waves. From a bird tweet to a trumpet note. Spectral modeling is the process of analyzing and creating a sound by stacking simple sine waves.