Elektrik Piano

Elektrik Piano
Developer(s) Native Instruments
Stable release 1.5 / April 2007
Operating system Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X
Type Audio instrument plugin
License Proprietary
Website Native Instruments product page

Elektrik Piano is a sample-based[1] software synthesizer developed by Native Instruments. The instrument is an emulation of four "classic" electric pianos – the Fender Rhodes MKI and MKII, the Hohner Clavinet E7 and the Wurlitzer A200.[2]

It was originally released in May 2004.[3] The latest version, 1.5, was released in April 2007.[4]


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