Electric piano tone used in the theme song written by the leading jazz/fusion keyboard player for the 1977 hit television series. The fresh Rhodes-based tone creates a simple but lively sound.
No. 017 JUST LIKE THAT EP
Simple electric piano tone based on a Rhodes, similar to that used in the masterpiece album released by a drummer who breathed new life into the fusion world of the '80s and '90s.
No. 018 SPACE BOY EP
Electric piano tone inspired by a hit from a British band that defined the acid jazz scene in the '90s. Using the Rhodes sound as a base, the tremolo pans gently from side to side.
No. 019 JUST THE WAY EP
Rhodes piano tone heard on the 1977 Grammy Award-winning New York singer/songwriter's tribute to his wife. The rate of the phaser is set high, while the sound localization is adjusted closer to center.
No. 020 NOT IN LOVE EP
Rhodes piano tone based on the one heard in the hit song featuring an incredible chorus released by a 1975 band from the UK. The phaser rate is kept low to create a feeling of spaciousness.
No. 021 STORM RIDER EP
Rhodes piano tone similar to that used in the 1971 song written by an American rock band known for its charismatic vocalist and his philosophical, sometimes eccentric, lyrics. The tone is characterized by its fast tremolo and deep reverb.
No. 022 MY BEST EP
Lively electric piano tone played through a tonally bright amplifier heard in a song dedicated to a friend played by a British rock band at 1985 worldwide charity concert.
No. 023 INDESTRUCTIBLE EP
Dry, weighty electric piano tone inspired by a soulful, mid-tempo song by five-time Grammy Award-winning female R&B singer/songwriter. The tone uses minimal effects, allowing he fundamental sound to shine through.
No. 024 WHERE IT IS EP
Electric piano tone that plays the gentle melody of an iconic song sung by a genius solo artist of the '90s that won the 39th Grammy Award for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance.
No. 025 FOOTPRINTS EP
Electric piano tone inspired by a song released in 1996 by a master jazz guitar player who is also well known for his soulful vocals. The record's producer created the sound by layering the E.Piano1 and E.Piano2 patches of an MKS-20 and adding a touch of chorus.
No. 026 SWEET TABOO EP
Electric piano tone recreated from a classic song released in 1985 by a British band and its eponymous Grammy Award-winning singer. Based on the DX7's E.Piano1 patch, this tone was used extensively in the '80s.
No. 027 GREATEST LOVE EP
This '80s-style electric piano tone is inspired by hit song of a naturally gifted American female singer who debuted in 1985. The '80s sound was created by using techniques employed by the original producer using stacked electric pianos.
No. 028 EU EP
Electric piano tone used by a Swedish rock band in 1987. The tone is made up of multiple EP sounds stacked together that pushes the voice limit of the keyboard for a huge tone with shimmering high frequencies.
No. 029 WHAT A FOOL EGP
A soft electric piano tone used in a Grammy Award-winning single released in 1979 by a classic West Coast rock band. The original CP patch has chorus and other effects applied for an authentic-sounding tone.
No. 030 MAGICAL EP
Unique, floating EP tone heard on a song that featured in a musical film starring a British four-piece band that changed the course of music history. The psychedelic sound was created using a Pianet played through a rotary speaker.
No. 031 NO QTR EP
Electric piano tone that defined a 1973 song by a legendary British rock band that was at the height of its powers in the '70s. The original sound was created with a Pianet run through a Maestro phaser on extreme settings.
No. 032 DODODODO EP
EP tone inspired by a 1973 track released by a British rock band that has been playing together continuously for more than 60 years. The tone reproduces the sound of an RMI Electra Piano used as a backing part in the track.
No. 046 SUPER CLAVI
Guitar-like clavinet tone heard on a classic song by soul/R&B artist who debuted in the '60s. The edgy tone is characterized by the distinctive key-off sound of the clavinet enhanced by running the signal through an amp simulator.
No. 070 HARD ROCK ORGAN
Hot organ sound heard on a famous song released in 1974 by a British hard rock band formed towards the end of the '60s. The distinctive tone was created by running the organ through a distortion stomp-box for guitar.
No. 137 HUM BLUES GUITAR
Treble-heavy guitar tone used on a song released in 1969 by a British four-piece band that changed the course of music history. The sound of the guitar's front pickup is overdriven by a Fender Twin Reverb combo for a twangy country sound.
No. 162 SYNTH-BRASS 1
Powerful synth brass tone inspired by the intro to an American hard rock hit from the '80s. The tone was tweaked with an awareness of the consistency of synth brass patches and enhanced by matching the playback environment with that of the original track.
No. 194 TAPE FLUTE
Mellotron flute tone heard in a psychedelic track by a four-piece band that changed the course of music history. The Mellotron's characteristic lo-fi tape sound is reproduced over the whole keyboard, which extends further than the original instrument.
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