Tines Anthology | The soul of Electric Pianos

We are happy to release Tines Anthology, the ultimate UVI collection featuring eight fabulous Electric Pianos, deeply multi-sampled and wonderfully scripted. From 1965 to 2007, dive into the complete legacy of the most well known Electric Pianos brand!

 

SPECIAL! Introductory price : $149 instead of $199 • • • • • • • • Buy DVD ► here | Download ► here

 

8 fabulous Electric Pianos

 

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Electric Piano models

 

The eight Electric Piano models include:

 

Two of the very first manufactured Mk I models : built in 1974 and 1978.

 

 

 

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The Mk II : introduced in 1981, one of the most loved Electric Pianos.

 

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The Mk III : manufactured in 1982, a very rare and quite broken model.

 

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The Mk V : born in 1984, a stunning and pretty rare model.

 

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The Mk 7 : newly introduced in 2007.

 

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Two Piano Bass : created in 1965 and 1970, these were heavily used by The Doors.

 

 

 

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Features

 
As for all UVI products, sounds quality and musicality are at their best. A radical chain of recording gear and sampling techniques were used to obtain the most homogenized playing sensation (voicing, tuning, etc.). Every sound was captured at 24-bits / 96kHz for a crystal clear sound quality, then converted into 16-bits / 44.1kHz with the best algorithm for better efficiency.
 
In addition, several dedicated FX will help you shape your perfect sounds: speaker simulation, drive, chorus, phaser, spring reverb, tremolo, autopan and much more.
 

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Compatible with all sequencers

 
Thanks to the free UVI Workstation 2.0.5, Tines Anthology can work:

• as a stand-alone instrument, compatible with Mac & PC

• as a VST, AudioUnit, RTAS and MAS plug-in. iLok required.

 

Thanks to MachFive 3 – make the most of all editing features included!

 

 

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Available now

 

 All our efforts result in eight expressive and very unique instruments, reflecting the soul of Electric Pianos from the 70′s to today.

 

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Special coupons

 

Special coupons available for Retro Keyboards, The Seventh and Classic Electric Piano users

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3 Responses

  1. Steve says:

    The pianos sound great, but the deal breaker is that this company decided for us that converting down to 16 bits was a good idea before we’ve gotten the chance to add either our own effects or their built in effects. Why on earth would a company downgrade their audio quality for the final product? Not at all smart.

    • Elisabeth | UVI says:

      Hello Steve,

      Thank you for your feedback.

      As you must have known, at UVI, we have always been committing to “sound quality”, which is our main concern when designing a product.

      We actually have run a lot of blind tests to measure the difference between 16/44.1 instruments and 24/96kHz ones. The conclusion is that for most of the “electric” sounds (e.g. electric pianos), if all is recorded and edited in 24/96kHz, then normalized and converted into 16/44.1 with properly algorithms, you can’t really hear the difference between the two versions. That’s why we’ve decided to put our sounds in 16/44.1. What’s more, it takes less CPU and less RAM, and brings more efficiency.

      For “acoustic” sounds, like orchestra and solo instruments, we surely will offer both versions.

  2. joseph agyeman says:

    I WILL LIKE TO HAVE IT AND TRY IT, I LIKE IT

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