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Hey there, music producers and synth enthusiasts!

Ready to take a nostalgic trip back to the golden era of 80s synths? This collection of three meticulously crafted electric piano patches will transport you back to a time of big hair, neon lights, and synthesized grooves. We’ve carefully recreated the classic sounds of the Yamaha DX7 electric piano using an old Yamaha TX81z and added a sprinkle of vintage magic with a Yamaha SPX90 multi-effects processor.

The DX7 was the king of electric pianos in the 80s, and these patches capture its bright, punchy, and instantly recognizable sound. We’ve also included a lush, emotive patch perfect for soulful melodies and rich chords, and an expansive, evolving patch ideal for adding depth and ambience to your productions.

All three patches are designed for seamless integration with Kontakt 6.7, giving you intuitive controls to shape the sound to your liking. Adjust the attack, decay, release, and various modulation parameters to tailor the electric piano tones to your specific creative needs.

So, whether you’re crafting retro tracks, adding a touch of 80s nostalgia to your modern productions, or simply reminiscing about the good old days, these classic electric piano patches will bring a smile to your face and a groove to your music. Grab them today and let the synth nostalgia wash over you!

Reviews for JDX

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  • Classic e-piano vibes!

    This one is a bundle of three different patches, with each of one producing a different retro-style e-piano. There is a normal one, and two more processed ones, and they all sound very cool and clean. While you will find no additional settings, keep in mind you can easily change some through kontakt's instrument panel (wrench tool in the top left), such as the attack and release, so you can fine-tune it however you want.

    Alex Raptakis21 March 2022
  • Very basic rhodes piano

    Sometimes the basics is all you need, and this rhodes-like-e-piano does the job, but I've never really been that into rhodes, I'm more into the organic stuff, but still sounds good! GUI is really basic, but it doesn't need to be incredible for this instrument

    Snake22 September 2022