Ten premium instruments perfect for the studio or live: Legendary acoustic & electric pianos, stunningly realistic-sounding bass, and cutting-edge synthesizers, putting any sound virtually at your fingertips. Whether you are a producer, composer, songwriter, beatmaker or professional musician, when inspiration hits you, this collection serves you a hand-picked palette of classic keyboard instruments, innovative synths, and moving bass sounds. The Inspire collection features: Grand Rhapsody Piano: Faithful model of the majestic Fazioli F228 grand piano housed at London’s Metropolis Studios – the very piano played on Grammy-winning hits such as Adele’s “Hello.”Electric 88 Piano: “Top of the class for Fender Rhodes VIs,” with all the soul-moving sweetness and character of the original vintage 88-key instrument.Electric 200 Piano: Meticulously sampled from an original 200A-model to deliver that classic Wurly sound.Electric Grand 80 Piano: The era-defining polish and brilliant tones of the original hybrid electric-acoustic CP-80 model piano.Clavinet: One of the funkiest keyboards ever created – the D6-model Clavinet, delivering the percussive playability, feel and expression of the original funkified icon.Flow Motion FM Synth: Hybrid FM synth with an intuitive graphic modulation matrix, rich presets, and an innovative snapshot sequencer for endless sound design capabilities.Element 2.0 Virtual Analog Synth: Analog-style polyphonic synth designed to deliver the warmth and depth of hardware synth classics.Codex Wavetable Synth: Cutting-edge polyphonic wavetable synthesizer designed to create sounds that range from warm acoustic and analog emulations to never-before-heard intricate and evolving textures.Morphoder: The classic sound of the original Vocoder synthesizer for classic robotic vocal effects.Bass Slapper: The most elaborate and realistic-sounding slap bass virtual instrument ever created, letting you pull off the nuances of a seasoned bass player right on your keyboard.
...it was never mentioned. When I inquired via email they said that it was only included in the new $300 Inspire bundle. After I pointed them to their own press release, they simply changed the press release. A very classy way to treat some of your best customers Waves. -e.B
Say it ain't so Waves... Say it ain't so... Is Mercury meant to include everything? Honest question, I don't know too much about it. Is there a misunderstanding somewhere? I would think if there is a mistake in the Press best practice is to apologise and issue a retraction.
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