mRhodes

Fender Rhodes Mark II Seventy Three from 1982....

The story

This is the sampled version of my Fender Rhodes Mark II Seventy Three. It was built in 1982 and has its very own special character, a little quirky here and there – and I love it. So get it, play it and feel free to build something completely new with the samples, if you want to.

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  • Great character!

    I really love the noise and the dirty feel. If I need clean things, there's other options. This one has CHARACTER! I love it. Thank you!

    andersringman21 January 2022
  • Great, Playable Rhodes!

    This library really captures the sound of a Rhodes piano well. There's a little noise, but it's not bad. I love the growly low notes and sparkling highs. There are a few notes with uneven dynamic response like D#3, but overall, it's really playable and great!

    Sam Ecoff11 November 2021
  • The kindest of rhodes!

    This little Fender rhodes sounds amazing. It has a warm and kind character, it's very responsive and it plays really well. There are two small places where the sample groups might sound a little weird. C5#, D5, D5# sound like harmonics except for the high velocity, and G#5, A5, A#5 sound as if it 2 notes at the same time. You shoudn't let that discourage you though because these are not an issue. You should try it out!

    Alex Raptakis03 November 2021
  • An average rhodes(Tad bright)

    This sounds like a free rhodes plugin -the MK Merlitzer. But I would say that there's not enough character though that may be fixed with some processing.

    DioBurandudo10 December 2021
  • Not as Good as Matts Fender Rhodes for me

    I think we all love a good rhodes. This one sounds really nice and can definitely hit that crunchy dynamic that many people love. Its great for certain kinds of music. For me personally i like matts fender rhodes better since its more dynamic and you hear the mechanical sound of the notes being hit which is what i love most about rhodes. But i recommend trying both out and seeing what you prefer. Arturia has a great free juno chorus plugin i would reccomend everyone check out and put on rhodes.

    septemberwalk13 November 2021
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