I rarely touch the nsk and the old scarbees, so keyscape is really the only one I can use. I guess I'm looking for a rhode with more detail and realism.What do you want in a new one? That's a pretty fair selection already and covers a pretty good number of bases. Do you want one that's lightweight (eg Pianoteq as mentioned - no samples, very playable), been sampled up the wazoo (Canterbury, Scarbee EPs88) or been modded in all sorts of ways (EP73 Deconstructed)?
Haha. We had a short dialogue in your noire yt comment section. I'm 'd asd'. Send me a pm with your email if you want some presets for your vsl. I gathered over a dozen presets from other people, and some of it, I prefer vastly to the defaults.Canterbury from your list. A joy to play.
Cool man I’ll send you a pm.Haha. We had a short dialogue in your noire yt comment section. I'm 'd asd'. Send me a pm with your email if you want some presets for your vsl. I gathered over a dozen presets from other people, and some of it, I prefer vastly to the defaults.
Edit: I am not a creep. I recognized you from gearslutz.
Scarbee KGB. To me that's a perfect sample library - although of course there are other great libraries with different Rhodes and electric piano variations.I'm talking about the old ones that were released a looong time ago. Haven't tried the new ep88.
Sorry, I'm not too familiar with the rhodes history. I'm a tenor sax player... Early HH sound isn't what I'm looking for. I want more weight and rawness in the tone. So I'm leaning more towards the canterbury and v tines, judging by the demos.With Rhodes, it helps to be specific. Are you looking for an early Herbie Hancock MK 1 suitcase sound (with the felt hammers or without)? A more mid-period MK II like so many 70’s-early 80’s records? A genuine Dyno-My-Piano mod? With Keyscape, you have the LA Eddy Reynolds mod sound on all the cool LA studio songs handled.
So the question is, what do you find yourself lacking? Help point us in the right direction and I’ll bet someone can help.