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Vintage Keys - Voice Bank for Yamaha Motif XF

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Vintage Keys - Voice Bank for Yamaha Motif XF

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Vintage Synth / Keyboard library (W)

* Format: ALL (.X0A)
* Name: VintageKeysXF.n3.X3A
* Size: No samples used
* Voices: 128
* Performances: 0 (1 user arpeggio)
* Bank loads to: User Bank 4
* This library is also available for: Motif XS, Motif ES, Motif

The best-selling Motif library of all time has been re-worked and optimized again – this time for the Motif XF! All of the voices have been “remastered”, and some include the new XF waveforms such as the vintage transistor organs and clavinet. The library does not use new samples, so no flashboard or onboard RAM usage is required.

The library is divided into two groups of 64 voices each. The first group (A1 to D16) consists of electric pianos, clavinets and other “keyboard” sounds. The second group (E1 to H16) consists of classic “synthesizer “sounds. By "vintage", we refer to keyboards and synthesizers built before 1987.

It would be impossible to include emulations of every electric keyboard or synth ever built. For that reason, this collection largely contains emulations of what could more or less be considered the "greatest hits" of vintage keys - the Rhodes and Wurlitzer electric pianos, the Hohner clavinet, Yamaha CP70, Yamaha FM synthesizers, the Moog Minimoog and Memorymoog, ARP Odyssey and 2600, Sequential Prophet 5 and T8, Oberheim OB synths, and Roland Jupiter/Juno synths, with the occasional “honorable mention” synth such as the Korg Polysix and EMS Synthi AKS.

There are a number of voices which are emulations of the hallmark keyboard or synth sounds for particular classic songs, such as Van Halen's "Jump", Rush’s “Tom Sawyer”, Edgar Winter Group's "Frankenstein", Emerson Lake and Palmer's "Welcome Back My Friends (actually the song's title was "Karn Evil 9 First Impression Part 2"), the Who's "Baba O'Riley" and "Won't Get Fooled Again", Europe’s “Final Countdown, Toto’s “Africa”, and so on. Using the assignable controllers on the XF, any single voice in the library can be transformed into a multitude of sound variations., which means the same voice can be tweaked to fit a number of classic keyboard and synth hit songs.

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