ElectriKeys Electric Piano EXS24 mkII is a Sample Library version made specially for Mac users in order to use it on Logic EXS24 and EXSP24 Samplers. If you use Logic 5.5 or above, your EXS is automatically changed to the EXS mk II. It has been meticulously tuned and adjusted and particular care has been taken in the reproduction of the original realism of ElectriKeys Electric Piano (Cello, Violin, Viola & Double Bass). The instruments contained are designed to be used in the EXS24 and EXSP24 instruments in Logic Pro and Logic Express These instruments are designed to be used in the EXS24 and EXSP24 instruments in Logic Pro and Logic Express EXS24 and EXSP24. The first is a full-featured sampler and the latter is simply a sample-playback plugin. Apple's EXSP24 mkII is a sample player plugin available for Logic Express. The plugin is a play-only version of Apple's EXS24 mkII sampler plugin. Features: EXSP24 mkII (which stands for "Emagic Xtreme Sample Player 24-bit, mark II") plays samples with bit depths from 8 to 24, at sample rates from 11 kHz to 96 kHz, using sample formats including AIFF, EXS24, WAV, SDII, SoundFont2, and AKAI S1000/3000, and with up to 64-note polyphony. The plugin includes ADSR envelopes for volume and a resonant low-pass filter, two LFOs with multiple waveforms, velocity sensitivity, mono mode, distortion, and portamento. The LFOs and mod wheel can modulate volume, pitch, and the filter's cutoff frequency. History: EXSP24 mkII is an update to the earlier EXSP24. In 2007 the product was discontinued and Logic Express now includes the full EXS24 sampler instead of this sample player. ElectriKeys Electric Piano EXS24, ElectriKeys Electric Piano EXS24, Hammond B3 EXS24, B3 EXS, Hammond EXS, Hammond B3 EXS files, Hammond B3 EXS24 files, Hammond B3 EXS Samples, b3 exs, exsp24 files, exs24 mkII, ElectriKeys Electric Piano Mac, ElectriKeys Electric Piano for Mac, ElectriKeys Electric Piano for Macintosh, How to intall ElectriKeys Electric Piano (Cello, Violin, Viola & Double Bass), ElectriKeys Electric Piano for Mac OS X, ElectriKeys Electric Piano for Intel Mac, iMac, ElectriKeys Electric Piano for GarageBand, ElectriKeys Electric Piano for Logic exsp24, vst, exs24, hammond exs24, b3 exs24, b3 exs24, hammond b3 exs24, hammond exs24, macintosh The purpose of this VSTi is to create a real-time instrument that emulates the Sitar :.: Acoustic and Electic Sitar (e-Sitar) Indian String Instrument -- eSitar / e-Sitar digitized Indian String Instrument -- Available for Windows and Linux based VST/FST hosts., Free Demo Version available here **Includes 18 predefined sounds. Also you can create new sounds combining MM Filter and ADSR parameters in different ways, turning it more acoustic or electric as desired. * keyboard sitar - electro acoustic Sitar ***- The Sitar is an plucked string instrument from India known for its unique and exotic sound. It is a Hindustani classical stringed instrument which utilizes sympathetic strings along with regular strings and a gourd resonating chamber to produce a very distinctive sound. In one or more of the more common tunings (used by Ravi Shankar, among others, called "Kharaj Pancham" sitar) the playable strings are strung in this fashion: Chikari strings: Sa (high), Sa (middle), and Pa. Kharaj (bass) strings: Sa (low) and Pa (low). Jod and baaj strings, Sa and Ma. Etymology and History: The sitar is often said to have been developed in the thirteenth century CE by Amir Khusrau from a member of the veena family of Indian musical instruments called the tritantri veena and to have been named by him after the Persian setar.[1] The sitar is, like the setar, a member of the lute family while the north Indian veena is a zither, but it shares the veena's resonating gourds and sympathetic strings. Amir Khusrau does not mention the sitar but he does mention the tanbur and, by the mid 18th century, Indian tanburs were referred to as sitars. In his Bharatiya Sangeet Vadya Dr. Lalmani Misra traces its development from the tritantri veena through the nibaddh and anibaddh tanpuras and later the jantra. Construction of the similar tanpura was described by Tansen. During the time of Moghul rule Persian lutes were played at court and may have provided a basis of the sitar. However, there is no physical evidence for the sitar until the time of the collapse of the Moghul empire.- Sitar mechanics - The mechanics of a sitar. The sitar's curved frets are movable, allowing fine tuning, and raised so that sympathetic strings (tarbs, also known as "tarif" or "tarifdar") can run underneath them. A sitar can have 21, 22 or 23 strings, among them six or seven played strings which run over the frets: the Gandhar-pancham sitar (used by Vilayat Khan and his disciples) has six playable strings, whereas the Kharaj-pancham sitar, used in the Maihaar gharana (Ravi Shankar), has seven. Three of these (or four on a Kharaj-pancham sitar), called the chikari, simply provide a drone: the rest are used to play the melody, though the first string (baj tar) is most used. The instrument has two bridges; the large bridge (bada goraj) for the playing and drone strings and the small bridge (chota goraj) for the sympathetic strings. Its timbre results from the way the strings interact with the wide, sloping bridge. As a string reverberates its length changes slightly as its edge touches the bridge, promoting the creation of overtones and giving the sound its distinctive, tone. The maintenance of this specific tone by shaping the bridge is called jawari. Many musicians rely on instrument makers to adjust this. Materials used in construction include teak wood or tun wood (Cedrela tuna), which is a variation of mahogany, for the neck and faceplate (tabli), and gourds for the kaddu (the main resonating chamber). The instrument's bridges are made of deer horn, ebony, or very occasionally from camel bone. Synthetic material is now common as well. The sitar may have a secondary resonator, the tumba, near the top of its hollow neck. -- Tuning: Tuning depends on the sitarist's school or style, tradition and each artist's personal preference. Generally, the main playing string is tuned to the tonic (approximately C - D#), called Sa or vada and the drone strings both to that tone and to the samvada or second note, which is usually the perfect fifth. The sympathetic strings are tuned to the notes of the raga being played: although there is slight stylistic variance as to the order of these, typically they are tuned: I Sa, VII Ni, I Sa, II Re, III Ga, IV Ma, V Pa, V Pa, VI Dha, VI Ni, I Sa, II Re, III Ga, (the last three in the upper octave). The player should re-tune for each raga. Strings are tuned by tuning pegs, and the main playing strings can be fine-tuned by sliding a bead threaded on each string just below the bridge. Jawari In one or more of the more common tunings (used by Ravi Shankar, among others, called "Kharaj Pancham" sitar) the playable strings are strung in this fashion: Chikari strings: Sa (high), Sa (middle), and Pa. Kharaj (bass) strings: Sa (low) and Pa (low). Jod and baaj strings, Sa and Ma. In a "Gandhar Pancham" (Imdadkhani, school of Vilayat Khan) sitar, the bass or kharaj strings are removed and are replaced by a fourth chikari which is tuned to Ga. By playing the chikari strings with this tuning, one produces a chord (Sa, Sa, Pa, Ga). To tune the sympathetic strings to raga Kafi for example: I Sa, vii ni (lower case denotes flat (komal) I Sa, II Re, iii ga, III Ga (Shuddh or natural, in Kafi the third is different ascending and descending), iv ma, V Pa, VI Dha, vii ni, I Sa, II Re, iii ga. However, there is a lot of stylistic variance within these tunings. An artist will develop a particular tuning for a particular piece but there is no guarantee that other musicians will choose the same tuning.

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EXS24 MkII Sample Library

Fender Rhodes MK1, Hohner Clavinet D6, Wurlitzer and Yamaha CP-70 e-pianos

 for Apple Logic EXS24 Sampler and GarageBand AUSampler (Mac OS X), Ableton Live Sampler, MOTU MachFive 3 and Presence XT Sampler (PreSonus Studio One 3 Professional) Mac OS X, Windows.

 

ElectriKeys Electric Piano EXS24 MkII is a Sample Library version based on vintage Fender Rhodes MK1, Hohner Clavinet D6, Wurlitzer and Yamaha CP-70 e-pianos made specially for Mac users in order to use it on Logic EXS24 and EXSP24 Samplers or Ableton Live Sampler. If you use Logic 5.5 or above, your EXS is automatically changed to the EXS mk II. 


ElectriKeys Electric Piano EXS24 MkII is a Sample Library version available for Mac and Windows users in order to use it on Apple Logic ProElectriKeys Electric Piano EXS24 MkII is a Sample Library version available for Mac and Windows users in order to use it on Apple Logic Pro EXS24 Sampler and GarageBand AUSampler (Mac OS X), Ableton Live Sampler, MOTU MachFive 3, Presence XT Sampler (PreSonus Studio One 3 Professional) Mac OS X and Windows. EXS24 Sampler and GarageBand AUSampler (Mac OS X), Ableton Live Sampler, MOTU MachFive 3, Presence XT Sampler (PreSonus Studio One 3 Professional) Mac OS X and Windows.ElectriKeys Electric Piano EXS24 MkII is a Sample Library version available for Mac and Windows users in order to use it on Apple Logic Pro EXS24 Sampler and GarageBand AUSampler (Mac OS X), Ableton Live Sampler, MOTU MachFive 3, Presence XT Sampler (PreSonus Studio One 3 Professional) Mac OS X and Windows.

ElectriKeys Electric Piano EXS24 has been meticulously tuned and adjusted and particular care has been taken in the reproduction of the original realism of ElectriKeys Electric Piano.

 

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The full ElectriKeys Electric Piano EXS24 mk II Sample Library version contains contains 6 e-pianos: Fender Rhodes MK1, Hohner Clavinet D6, Wurlitzer, Yamaha CP-70 (Mellow), Yamaha CP-70 (Normal) Yamaha CP-70 (Bright) in EXS24 MkII format (.exs extension) with their respective WAVE files (.wav extension):

1 Fender Rhodes Electric Piano (Stage Piano Mark I)
2 Hohner Clavinet D6
3 Wurlitzer Electric Piano
4 Yamaha CP-70 Electric Grand Piano (Mellow)
5 Yamaha CP-70 Electric Grand Piano (Normal)
6 Yamaha CP-70 Electric Grand Piano (Bright)

 

ElectriKeys Electric Piano for Mac OS X: Is available as Sampler with internal Sample Library made specially for Mac users (Mac OS X 10.6 Intel or later) in order to use it as .component AU (Audio Unit) and / or .vst format (Cubase for Mac). Both versions are compiled in Universal Binary format, so they are compatible and runs natively on Intel-manufactured IA-32 (Intel Architecture, 32-bit) or Intel 64-based Macintosh computers. It has been meticulously tuned and adjusted and particular care has been taken in the reproduction of the original realism of ElectriKeys Electric Piano. Price: USD 35,00 via PayPalB3  NKI is a Sample Library version made specially for Mac users in order to use it on Native Instruments Kontakt. It has been meticulously tuned and adjusted and particular care has been taken in the reproduction of the original realism of ElectriKeys Electric Piano.  The full ElectriKeys Electric Piano formatted version contains the following NKI samples with their respective WAV files:

 

   

ElectriKeys Electric Piano has been formatted to Emagic EXS-24 instruments called .EXS files (in the case that you use Emagic's virtual sampler provided by Logic) or .NKI files (in the case that you uses the Native Instruments Kontakt player). They're adapted versions and formatted for Mac users only, and contains the main source sounds of Master Hammond B3 v2.1.1 meticulously tuned and adjusted.

The instruments contained are designed to be used in the Apple Logic EXS24 Sampler and GarageBand AUSampler (Mac OS X), Ableton Live Sampler, MOTU MachFive 3 and Presence XT Sampler (PreSonus Studio One 3 Professional) Mac OS X, Windows.

The location where samples are stored in Logic is: Macintosh HD> Library> Application Support> Logic> Sampler Instruments. You can also install Syntheway EXS24 MkII Sample Libraries anywhere else on your hard drive and place a shortcut (alias) in this folder. The instruments will show up in EXS24 after a launching the program.

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ElectriKeys Electric Piano for Mac OS X: Has been adapted as Sampler with internalElectriKeys Electric Piano for Mac OS X: Also is available as Sampler with internal Sample Library made specially for Mac users in order to use it as .component (Audio Unit) and / or .vst format (Cubase for Mac). Sample Library made specially for Mac users in order to use it as .component (Audio Unit) and / or .vst format (Cubase for Mac) (Compiled in Universal Binary format, so they are compatible and runs natively on Intel-manufactured IA-32 or Intel 64-based Macintosh computers. Mac OS X 10.6 or later). for Logic Pro and Express, GarageBand, Final Cut Pro X, MainStage, Cubase, Ardour, Ableton Live, REAPER and Digital Performer.

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Using EXS24 / EXSP24 mkII Samplers

Apple's EXSP24 mkII is a sample player plugin available for Logic Express. The plugin is a play-only version of Apple's EXS24 mkII sampler plugin.
 

How do I get the EXS MKII?

If you use Logic 5.5 or above, your EXS is automatically changed to the EXS mk II. This is because the EXS already exists inside every version of Logic.  It's "built-in".  You just need the software key to unlock it.  In Logic Pro 6 and above, its just always there, nothing you need to do.

Syntheway Virtual Musical Instruments - Apple's EXSP24 mkII is a sample player plugin available for Logic Express. The plugin is a play-only version of Apple's EXS24 mkII sampler plugin.

EXS24 mkII is a software sampler. It plays back audio files, called samples, that you load into it. These samples are combined into tuned, ized collections called sampler instruments. As sampler instruments are based on audio recordings, they are ideally suited to emulating real instruments such as guitars, pianos, and drums. Supported Sample Formats (loads or saves) include AIFF, Akai, EXS24, SDII, SF2, WAV. With robust synthesis options, support for sampled instruments of almost any size, and 16 outputs for flexible mixing and sound processing, it’s easy to bring sample-based sounds to your production.

 

Using the EXS24 mkII Sampler Instruments Pop-Up Menu

The EXS24 mkII ships with a ready-to-play sampler instrument library.

To load an instrument

About EXS24 Sample Storage Locations

In order to be visible in the EXS24 mkII Sampler Instruments pop-up menu, instruments must be stored in the Sampler Instruments sub-folder of any of the following folders:

  • ~/Library/Application Support/Logic: User-defined or edited instruments are stored here.

  • /Library/Application Support/Logic: Factory-supplied EXS instruments are installed here.

  • /Applications/Logic 6 Series: EXS instruments of the Logic Express 6 Series are stored here.

  • …/ProjectName: Logic Express also searches for EXS Instruments in the project folder.

Note: You can store your sampler instruments in any folder on any of your computer’s hard drives. Simply create an alias pointing to this folder within a Sampler Instruments sub-folder (in any of the paths listed above) and they will be shown in the Sampler Instruments pop-up menu.

To browse to the next or previous instrument in your sampler instrument library

Loading EXS24 Sampler Instruments from Other Locations

You can manually load sampler instruments that are not shown in the Sampler Instruments pop-up menu. This is done from the Instrument pop-up menu in the Instrument Editor window.

To load sampler instruments from other locations

  1. Open the Instrument Editor by clicking the Edit button in the upper-right corner of the Parameter window.

    Figure. Edit button.

  2. Choose Instrument > Open, then locate the desired instrument in the dialog.

Searching for EXS24 Sampler Instruments

To minimize the number of sampler instruments displayed in the Sampler Instruments pop-up menu, you can use the Find function. This limits the Sampler Instruments pop-up menu to displaying only sampler instrument names that contain the search term.

To search for sampler instruments

  1. Click to open the Sampler Instruments pop-up menu, then choose Find.

  2. Enter the search term in the Filter window.

    Figure. Search Filter window.

To disable the Search Filter

  • Choose Clear Find in the Sampler Instruments pop-up menu.

The full Sampler Instruments pop-up menu is displayed, but the search term you typed into the Filter window is not cleared. You can return to the limited menu by choosing Enable Find in the Sampler Instruments pop-up menu. This allows you to switch between the two views without re-typing the search term.

To perform a different search

  • Choose the Find command again and enter the desired search term.

Opening the EXS24 mkII Instrument Editor

Click the Edit button to the right of the Sampler Instruments pop-up menu to open the currently loaded sampler instrument in the EXS24 mkII Instrument Editor window. The Instrument Editor window provides precise control over each sample, or zone, in the sampler instrument.

Note: Clicking the Edit button when no sampler instrument is loaded also opens the Instrument Editor window and automatically creates a new, empty, sampler instrument.

Figure. Options button.

Using the EXS24 mkII Options Pop-Up Menu Commands

Click the Options button in the upper-right corner of the Parameter window. This opens the Options pop-up menu, which contains the following commands:

  • Recall default EXS24 settings: Recalls a neutral setting for all parameters in the Parameter window. This provides a “clean slate” when adjusting the parameters of your sampler instrument.

  • Recall settings from instrument: Recalls the original parameter settings of the loaded sampler instrument. This parameter is useful if you’ve been overzealous with your tweaking and want to return to the original sampler instrument parameter settings.

  • Save settings to instrument: Stores the current parameter values of the Parameter window in the sampler instrument file. When the instrument is reloaded, these values are recalled.

  • Delete settings from instrument: Removes the stored settings (Parameter window values) from the sampler instrument file.

  • Rename instrument: Opens a file save dialog, allowing you to rename the loaded instrument. This overwrites the existing instrument name.

  • Save instrument as: Opens a file save dialog, allowing you to enter an alternative name for the loaded instrument. This preserves the original name and sampler instrument file, and creates a new sampler instrument—a copy.

    Note: This is a good, safe option to use, as any projects or templates that use the originally named sampler instrument will work as expected.

  • Delete instrument: Deletes the loaded sampler instrument.

  • (Recall default EXS24 mkI settings): Recalls the parameter settings of sampler instruments created in the older version of the EXS24—notably, the modulation paths. This parameter is not relevant for sampler instruments created in the EXS24 mkII.

  • Extract MIDI Region(s) from ReCycle Instrument: Extracts regions contained in a ReCycle instrument. If no ReCycle instrument is selected, this option is dimmed.

  • AKAI Convert: Launches the AKAI Convert window

  • SoundFont Convert, SampleCell Convert, DLS Convert, Giga Convert: Each of these commands launches a dialog with instructions about performing these conversions.

  • Preferences: Opens the EXS24 mkII preferences

  • Virtual Memory: Opens a configuration window for the EXS24 mkII’s virtual memory functions. Virtual memory allows samples of almost unlimited length to be played back—by streaming audio directly from the hard disk in real time. The virtual memory window also allows you to enable direct access to system memory for the EXS24 mkII—in systems with 5 GB of RAM or more.

Notes: EXSP24 mkII is an update to the earlier EXSP24. In 2007 the product was discontinued and Logic Express now includes the full EXS24 sampler instead of this sample player. EXSP24 mkII (which stands for "Emagic Xtreme Sample Player 24-bit, mark II") plays samples with bit depths from 8 to 24, at sample rates from 11 kHz to 96 kHz, using sample formats including AIFF, EXS24, WAV, SDII, SoundFont2, and AKAI S1000/3000, and with up to 64-note polyphony.

 

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