Westwood Instruments Lost Piano [KONTAKT]

Lost Piano is a Kontakt library that bridges the gap between a piano and a synthesizer
  • Publisher: Westwood Instruments
  • Product: Lost Piano
  • Release: Philos
  • Version: 1.1
  • Requirements: Kontakt v6.2.2+

Westwood Instruments’ Lost Piano emerges as a unique sonic entity, blurring the lines between a traditional piano and a synthesizer.

Lost Piano is not just an instrument; it’s an experience. It’s designed for those who seek to venture into unexplored auditory landscapes. The instrument’s 32 sets of piano sounds have been meticulously time-stretched and transformed through analog mediums like reel-to-reel and cassette tapes, as well as guitar pedals and innovative plugin chains.

One of the standout features of Lost Piano is the custom Memories engine. It generates intelligent patterns of rhythmic sounds, offering more character and complexity than a standard arpeggiator and more curiosity than a conventional delay. This engine is a game-changer for composers looking to infuse their music with unconventional rhythms and textures.

Lost Piano is beautifully worn and naturally warped, crafted to inspire and influence the way musicians play. Its interface is intuitive, inviting experimentation and pushing the boundaries of what one might expect from piano sounds.

This instrument is tailored for composers, creators, and music makers who value the emotional impact of sound. Lost Piano is an invitation to get lost in a world of instant cinema, where each note carries the weight of narrative and emotion.

Westwood Instruments’ Lost Piano is a remarkable tool for modern music production. It offers a fresh perspective on sound design, encouraging composers to explore the spaces between musical categories. For those who dare to redefine the piano’s role in their compositions, Lost Piano is a treasure waiting to be discovered.

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