Sample TEKK is an excellent producer of sample content for PresenceXT. They mix things up a bit and produce unique sample packs with character and definition; they stand out in a mix and don’t sound quite like anyone else’s. For example, they’ve got a sample set of a piano left out in the rain and exposed to the elements. SampleTEKK had the guts, in 2017, to create a sample pack of an old piano recorded to tape in an old studio on old microphones and release it in freakin’ mono. And they got the tapes from the original “I’m not in Love” Choir? Dope.
These sample sets are compatible with Studio One Prime, Artist, and Professional version 3.3.4 or higher—and are on sale this month! Check out the video demos below to hear and feel these collections for yourself.
The White Grand
Sample Tekk recorded The White Grand with the finest equipment available, using a specially-designed digital recording technique to give you unequaled performance and sound. Prepare to explore a tactile and expressive feast, not heard in many sampled pianos today.
Get the crazy ethereal choir sounds of “I’m Not In Love” by 10CC with INIL Choir! These choirs are unique—the combination of voices and the way they were produced have given them a sound that’s truly one of a kind. Now, SampleTekk, in cooperation with Eric Stewart of 10CC are very proud to release of The INIL Choir, thus taking one of the most famous analog samples into the digital era.
Great-sounding Rhodes for Studio One, recorded through a Fender Twin as the Rhodes was intended to be heard. Sample Tekk didn’t go for 80s sheen and gloss with lots of tines and overtones. The Tubed Rhodes is more representative the 70’s: a gritty, hard-core rythm’n’blues kind of sound.
The Rain Piano
Somber sounds of a piano that has been left out in the rain and elements. Musical, but with extra overtones and character. The Rain Piano has become a kind of a synonym for character pianos. It has been used and is still used on countless productions where you want something that adds a different flavor rather than using a normal piano.
Old School piano recorded with vintage mics, tape, and preamps. In glorious MONO!