Nexus Piano Presets

P2P 01 April 2021 443 MB

Nice Keys Nexus Expansion – 34 Free Nexus expansion presets. Nice Keys is a free expansion for reFX Nexus made by Los CJ that contains beautiful piano expansions suitable for many types of beats. The free of cost Nexus expansion released by the brand Los CJ is an arrangement of different piano presets. This pack includes 34 piano variants, which allows you to unleash the most exquisite piano melodies in your compositions. PN Bell Piano PN Bell Rhodes PN Big Grand PN Classic Rhodes PN Dream Keys PN Dynamic Rhodes PN E-Piano PN Flying Keys PN Grand Soft PN Hard E-Piano PN Hard Wurly PN Layer Art PN LoFi Piano 1 PN LoFi Piano 2 PN LoFi Piano 3 PN Physical Rhodes PN Piano Room 1 PN Piano Room 2 PN Polished Smooth PN Rhodes Rotary PN Rhodes Tremolo PN Short Energetic.

“Total Piano” – the very first library containing – in addition to the classical samples of acoustic pianos – new, unconventionally created, original piano sounds, which can be subdivided into four groups: Acoustic Pianos, Unconventional playing techniques, Prepared Piano Sounds, Piano Effects.

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.:: La Demo es de Nexus 2 pero el Sonido Es muy Similar ::.


Nexus Piano Presets

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