ADM KEYS by Brian Funk

£34.99

ADM KEYS is a collection of Piano & Keyboard Instrument Racks of various varieties for Ableton Live. It includes 22 instruments of the more physical, organic type and 83 which are more electronic/synthesized. All in all they provide you with a luscious assortment of smooth, tasteful, classy keyboard timbres.
Developer: Brian Funk
Compatibility: Ableton Live 10+
OS: Mac & Windows
Min. Requirements: Ableton Live Standard 9.7.5+

Description

ADM KEYS is an Ableton Live Pack that contains an indeispensable collection of Piano and Physical Keyboard based instruments spanning material hand selected from a range of existing packs by Brian Funk during the AfroDJMac era. It includes organic as well as electronic keyboard sounds, providing a luscious assortment of smooth, tasteful, classy keyboard timbres.

Pianos
Sources of the instrument notes includes real pianos, toy pianos, and quality synth presets designed to emulate piano physics. Most of these have a very rich, pristine, and straightforward sound, with notes that interact to form pleasant upper harmonics. If you want to evoke a plaintive, brooding, emotional feel, one of these Piano instruments might provide just the appropriate touch.

Synth Keys
This assortment is a mixed bag of sounds that are all well within the realm of melodic composition, but have a bit more of an “electronic” or “artificial” quality to them as compared to acoustic pianos. The variety of available tonalities is quite plentiful, with a kaleidoscopic array of timbres to select between. Keyboards can be second to none for filling in the rhythmic atmospherics of a song, especially when wide-panned in contrast to other instruments (for example, a keyboard on the left speaker harmonizing with a line that a guitar on the right speaker is playing). They also tend to be very amenable to being heavily processed with effects—moreso than other instruments, due to their inherent synthetic nature. Applying steep, bold EQ curves, hefty distortion, and deep washes of reverb can often sound perfectly fine with these instruments.

ADM KEYS contains sounds and instruments carefully and lovingly crafted by Brian Funk, an experienced Ableton Certified Trainer and curious sound designer. Each instrument was built to satisfy his own personal needs and desires in musical instrument design. ADM KEYS was curated and organized by Animus Invidious of PerforModule for Isotonik Studios.

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