The story

As I was jamming with my guitar (a Fender Stratocaster) I decided to sample it!

But rather than emulating a guitar sound, I wanted to create a new instrument that paid homage to the guitar and had a piano feel.


Reviews for Strato Piano

  • Sound
  • Character
  • Playability
  • Inspiration
  • GUI

Leave a review to let others know what you thought of the instrument!

  • A nice warm sound that glimmers!

    I am not sure if this was intentional or not, but this is an amazing instrument if you want to put some randomness to your ambiences. When playing on it I noticed that the release was a little short, so I started playing with the sustain pedal, only to realise that the notes repeat by themselves in different timings. As a result, you get this awesome randomized glimmery ambience that goes super nicely with the included depth effects.

    On top of that the sampling is very good and the GUI is excellent as well! You can still play it as a regular instrument, just keep in mind that if you hold the notes too long, they are going to repeat by themselves. The only thing missing is a release knob, but that wouldn't go well with the automatic repeat.

    Alex Raptakis24 April 2022
  • This instrument is totally magical

    I am mind-blown on how good this sounds. It's a very unique, clean and soothing sound. It also repeats the notes, which is super fun to play around with, but also incredibly inspring. It reminds me a little bit of Olafur Arnald's Stratus or Noire in a way. The GUI looks nice and cozy. If you still haven't downloaded this instrument, then I highly recommend you to do so now!

    BenBerkenbosch23 September 2022
  • I want more :)

    The strato piano is nice, has an interesting tone that doesn't sound like either a guitar or a piano.

    I love the GUI, it is fun and creative. The sound itself needs more. Looking at the details, its just one sample stretched across the range. Adding additional samples would really make this a much more fun and creative instrument. Looking forward to more.

    Mike MartinSamplist 13 June 2022