Official Rhodes V8 Plugin

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MrFigg
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Post 07 Mar 2023

Rhodes Music, in collaboration with UJAM, has released the Rhodes V8 & the Rhodes V8 Pro virtual instrument plugins for Win & Mac.
The intro for the Rhodes V8 Pro is 20% off ($239.95 instead of reg. $299.95), but you can get it at 40% off ($179.95) with the coupon code: UJAMV8PRO
Offer ends March 21.
https://rhodesmusic.com/rhodes-v8-plugin/


I think it's too expensive. What do you think?
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PhillipOrdonez
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Post 07 Mar 2023

Nice. Expensive, but nice. Using the Gorilla engine, too!
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MrFigg
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Post 07 Mar 2023

Then there’s this…
Total size original recordings: ca. 60 GB total size on disk (after lossless data reduction): ca. 22 GB

Eeeeeeh!!!! Hmmm.
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Post 07 Mar 2023

Rip small SSDs
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MuttReason
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Post 07 Mar 2023

Between the S73 Rhodes RE in the RS shop (which is now my favourite Rhodes plugin ever) and the Modartt Pianoteq modelled Rhodes (my second favourite ever) I have all the Rhodes I will ever need. And both of them are cheaper than that and take up far less disk space.

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Post 07 Mar 2023

A high price for a new plugin with the sound of an old electric piano, where you can get an old electric piano for the same price with the original sound.
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MrFigg
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Post 07 Mar 2023

Yeah. S73, Sampleson, Lounge Lizard and a few other ones.
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MuttReason
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Post 07 Mar 2023

MrFigg wrote:
07 Mar 2023
Yeah. S73, Sampleson, Lounge Lizard and a few other ones.
I regularly played a Mk2 for a couple of years. It was the main keyboard in one of my touring bands and I used to mess around on it during down times. I’ve also played Mk2s in various studios over the years. I’m a big Rhodes fan and have tried pretty much every plugin around I think. I’ve settled on S73 as the winner overall (so far at least) as the dynamic range (tinkle to bark) is so close to the real thing.

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Post 07 Mar 2023

MuttReason wrote:
07 Mar 2023
MrFigg wrote:
07 Mar 2023
Yeah. S73, Sampleson, Lounge Lizard and a few other ones.
I regularly played a Mk2 for a couple of years. It was the main keyboard in one of my touring bands and I used to mess around on it during down times. I’ve also played Mk2s in various studios over the years. I’m a big Rhodes fan and have tried pretty much every plugin around I think. I’ve settled on S73 as the winner overall (so far at least) as the dynamic range (tinkle to bark) is so close to the real thing.
Same here. Like I said, I've got maybe 10 different Rhodes plugins but S73 just does it right.
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