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.
Reviews for mRhodes
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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!
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!
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!
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.
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.