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The Best Free VST Instruments - Electric Piano:

Audio production software for mastering, mixing, and music composing:


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Great All Round Electric Piano

LazySnake by Andreas Ersson is an electric piano VST plug-in with 64 voices. There is no oscillator/ ADSR controls, instead you control the timbre of the sound by adjusting the volume and decay of the fundamental and the harmonics. Hardness of the attack and overdrive is then added to the signal together with the optional wah wah and tremolo. The sound of the LazySnake plug-in is very cool, especially if you spice it up with some reverb, and it is by far the best free all round VST emulation of electric pianos available!

Elektrik Keys:

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Rich Sounding Electric Piano

Elektrik Keys by DSK Music is an electric piano VST plugin with 2 layers of 13 waveforms each. Each layer offers individual control of the volume, ADSR-envelope, spread, pitch, flanger, and delay. It also features portamento and assignable automation. The Elektrik Keys plug-in has a very round and rich sound due to it's perfectly sampled waveforms.


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Free Wurlitzer VST Emulation

MrTramp by GSi is a Wurlitzer Electric Piano model 200 emulation. The VST plugin architecture is based on physical modeling synthesis, without the use of sample playback. It features all the nuances and colorations of the Wurlitzer 200, such as the noise of the hammers, the noise of the dampers, certain inconsistences between a note and the next one. The MrTramp free VST plug-in is a very close emulation of the real deal with an truly impressive sound!

DSK RhodeZ:

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Free Rhodes VST Rompler

RhodeZ by DSK Music is a free Rhodes Rompler (sample-player) with 6 different Rhodes piano variations. The VST plug-in features an amplitude envelope, velocity response, tuning, filter, chorus, flanger, and a reverb (although not a very good one, so you might want to use a VST reverb instead). The samples are excellent, and the added features are definitely a bonus.
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