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UVI EGP Electric Piano
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The EGP Electric Piano EGP boasts 5 channels of audio including electric, L/R and M/S signals, 10 preparations, independent EQ, effects and dynamics ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Faithful emulation of the Yamaha CP-70.
The EGP Electric Piano EGP boasts 5 channels of audio including electric, L/R and M/S signals, 10 preparations, independent EQ, effects and dynamics for the electric and acoustic signals and over 100 professionally designed presets. An expressive and deeply customizable instrument, EGP gives you pristine imaging and a sonic range well beyond any electric piano you've tried before.
UVI's inspiration for the EGP Electric Grand started with one of the most successful portable electric pianos ever made, the Yamaha CP-70. The CP-70 was developed for touring musicians, and was especially popular with performers of the ˜70s era. This highly portable piano made use of electric amplification with per-string piezo pickups similar to those found in a guitar. This approach allowed for a much smaller, modular construction perfect for the touring musician. It was, in essence, a 300lb plug-and-play grand piano. The CP-70 was introduced in the mid 70's, seeing a positive reception and popularity for over a decade until it, along with its siblings the CP-60 and CP-80, were discontinued shortly after the advent of digital pianos. Most famously used by Peter Gabriel, the CP-70 was a favorite of many pop and prog rock icons including Stevie Wonder, Keith Emerson, Paul Jones of Led Zeppelin, Boston, Journey, Asia and Genesis.
EGP is essentially an entire piano studio at your fingertips. Great care was taken to capture the sound of the CP-70 in the most complete and detailed way possible, resulting in a core library of over 10,000 samples. 5 discrete channels were captured; including the electric output and instrument acoustics miked in L/R and M/S configurations. The raw electric signal of the CP-70 was captured with a Class A direct box with Vovox cable into a Prism converter for the utmost clarity and definition. For the acoustic section, a stereo pair of custom Bruel and Kjaer mics was placed in a conventional L/R configuration while a Neumann U67 and Royer ribbon mic form the M/S signal. Level control and mutes are available per mic and mic group. Go from acoustic mono to a full 5-channel mix, easily adjusting the width and balance to fit your mix perfectly. Independent effect chains and amplitude dynamics for both the acoustic and electric signals give you unmatched sound shaping control. Add a touch of reverb to the acoustic section, some overdrive, chorus and a longer attack on the electric signal, EQ both to taste. Easily dial in your sound or lose hours exploring the possibilities.
One of the most comprehensive electric grand ever produced
Fully mixable 5-channel recording provides electric, L/R and M/S signals
10 prepared piano styles including stick, bow, ebow, brush and more
Over 100 professionally designed presets
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Collection : Hybrid Electric Grand Piano
Content : 1 instrument, 104 presets, 10,000+ samples
Sample Resolution : 44.1 kHz, recording at 96 kHz