“Enter the dark side of sound with Creepy Piano 3 Lite, the follow-up of our popular mutated and utterly scary piano plugin for Windows and macOS. This new version comes with a renewed interface and structure, preserving all the parameters of the full version, but with a smaller number of presets.
Creepy Piano 3 Lite has a lo-fi touch and contains processed piano samples originally recorded from Steinway & Sons A-188 and Yamaha C3 pianos; all the presets from the previous version are included too.
The interface is user-friendly and straightforward with ADSR amplitude envelope, LFO modulation, lowpass/highpass filter and cutoff. New effect modules were added – delay and reverb, each of which comes with typical controls and parameters.
The sound shape & feel can be further manipulated with the ADSR envelope, but also the included tremolo section – LFO modulation with rate & depth. Last but not least, volume (gain) and pan complete the global controls.
But the sound design capabilities don’t stop here: those 4 additional sound effects (rain, vinyl, wind & dark) at the bottom can be layered with any preset. Each sound effect has individual controls for gain, pan, plus they can be turned on/off from a switch.
Creepy Piano 3 Lite is perfect in the creation of cinematic background music for games and videos, lo-fi hip hop, trap, creative sound design, also in any production where a dark piano sound is needed.
The virtual instrument is available in VST/VST3 & AU plugin versions for DAWs and other plugin hosts running on Windows and macOS.
- Windows & Mac
- 28 Multi-Sampled Piano Presets
- LFO modulation controls
- Lowpass/highpass filter cutoff
- ADSR envelope controls
- 4 Field Recordings
- Built-in vintage reverb
- Built-in delay
- Samples meticulously edited one by one
- Easy to use
- 100% royalty free
System Requirements on Windows:
- Windows 8.1/10/11
- 1,08 GB Disk Space
- 1 GB Ram
- VST/VST3 host 64-bit
System Requirements on MacOS:
- macOS 10.14 And Above
- 1,08GB Disk Space
- 1 GB Ram
- AU/VST/VST3 host (64-bit)”
Source : electroniksoundlab.com