Exceptional instruments with real character
Each instrument in Key Suite Electric has its own unique flavor, from soft and malleable tones that bend under your fingertips to shimmering tines, and warm analog basses. Each carefully evaluated, serviced, and auditioned, Key Suite Electric delivers a premier collection of electric keys, from iconic era instruments of the studio and stage such as the Rhodes and CP-70, to the more obscure electric key instruments like the Davoli and Denon Piano. You'll find the classics you know and love and inspiring new sounds rich in character and sonic detail.
Deeply-sampled with the finest equipment
We’ve gone the distance to create the finest quality recordings and most reliable engine possible. Applying our 20+ years experience in the field you’ll hear the difference right away, from the knowledgeable choices in microphones, placement, converters and processing, to the natural response from deep multisampling and precision editing, we’ve worked hard to ensure Key Suite Electric delivers ‘that’ sound right from the start.
Professional sound at your fingertips
Great instruments and recordings are only the beginning, with Key Suite Electric we’ve created a library that delivers not only faithful sound but a fast and flexible interface for sculpting it in any way you need. We’ve even included a professional-grade effect rack with impulse response processor, multi-band EQ, digital delay, multimode modulation, and reverb so that you can get creative without the need for additional plugins. Get started with the finely crafted factory presets and easily tweak them to fit your mix, or layer them to create your own custom, hybrid instruments!
A very rare Davoli Pianoforti C77, built in Italy in 1972, previously unsampled
A mix between a Wurlitzer and a Rhodes, built by Nippon Columbia in 1962, previously unsampled
A very early production model of the Mark I with a warm, signature sound
Of all the Mark Is we auditioned this was our favorite, an especially brilliant sound
A Mark I specially customized to create a darker, somewhat veiled sound
A Mark I recorded with 3 mixable sources, including DI, mic’d cabinet, and amp signals
A well-balanced Mark II, charming tone with a very noticeable release
A pristine example of the 73-key Mark II, this one with exceptional dynamics
An 88-key version of the Mark II, with a notably dark and beefy sound
A broken but playable Mark III, still a great sound, when you need character
The redesigned Mark V, an exemplary example of one of our favorite Rhodes
A modern reimagining of the classic, with a crisp and bright sound
The first student tines electronic piano, fully restored and tuned
Another example of the student electronic piano, this one with a brighter tone
A 1950s model of the reed-based Hohner Cembalet electric piano
An extremely rare Italian electric harpsichord built by Farfisa in the 1960s
The Weltmeister Claviset, a rare German reed-based electric piano made in the 1960s
A very rare stage version of the Hohner Electra Piano
The Hohner reed-based electric piano, famously used by Led Zeppelin
A more driven version of the Electra Piano
One of the rarer Hohner models, combining a Pianet and Clavinet
The Hohner Pianet M, an electro-mechanical piano build in Germany in the 1970s
The Hohner Pianet N, recorded with an additional acoustic mic
A reed-based UFO recorded with an additional acoustic mic
A reed electric piano utilizing solid state circuitry for a dark but forward tone
A reed electric piano utilizing tubes for a smooth and silky tone
The most classic of the reed electrics, with typical brightness and presence
A Studio version of the 200 model, recorded with 3 mixable sources including DI, mic’d cabinet, and amp signals
One of the last reed electrics to be produced, a rare beauty with exquisite tone
Another example of the 270, with a darker profile and beefier sound
The Hohner Clavinet C, a slimmer and more portable version released after Model I
An improved Model C, the D6 was released in 1971 and was the most popular and famously used
Following the D6 and dressed in black, we prepared it for a slightly grittier and charactered sound
The original Hohner Clavinet released in 1964
The Hohner Clavinet L1, released in 1968 for the domestic market
A subsequent model released in the ‘70s with a very different sound character
Modern reissue of the classic instrument, notably features an improved preamp section
We’ve poured all of our experience and thousands of hours of work into developing Key Suite Electric, delivering a deep and detailed collection of electric key instruments ready to simplify your workflow and enhance and accentuate your music for years to come.
Also included in Key Suite Bundle Edition
Combining all three of the Key Suite series libraries, and the bundle-exclusive “Austrian Grand”, Key Suite Bundle Edition delivers the ultimate experience. Explore a wealth of professionally recorded instruments unlike any other, 94 instruments in total!
From the 1890s to the 1990s and beyond, Key Suite Bundle Edition lets you instantly call up every manner of acoustic, electric, and digital piano, edit their response, adjust their color, and add high-quality effects to perfect your sound.
"If you love the sound of the many types of electric keyboards that have been manufactured over the years then this is a must have."
"This instrument is absolutely stunning to listen to, fun to play, and easy to get great sounds out of. Two very big thumbs up."
"I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a set of quality electric keyboards [...] Load any patch of this library and you’ll instantly have a great, genuine sound!"
"For anyone who feels you can never have enough electric keyboards [...] Key Suite Electric has to be on your list."
"Fantastic sound quality, good selection of instruments and well-optimised performance."
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"I'm a huge fan of the Key Suite series, stoked to have the Electric edition a part of my library now!"— erronious1, Twitter
"A nice sounding collection with some uncommon instruments!"— AnotherScott, MusicPlayer
"Wow, I'm impressed! I love the dynamics."— Roy M., YouTube
"An instant buy, gorgeous sound !"— PR, YouTube
"I really need this. [...] Also own Falcon and a bunch of UVI synths, all great. Kudos."— G., YouTube
"YES!! UVI this is awesome!"— Kenyon S.
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