Checking Out: The Oeser by Key Instruments

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Key Instruments have spent over a year programming and creating The Oeser. This Viennese baby grand designed by Frank Oeser back in 1877 has been presented with five different moods and four different playing articulations. Whilst full of character and with plenty of options, what sets this exquisite piano library apart from the rest? Could this be your next work horse piano or something to add more colour and character to your compositions?

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Checking Out: The Oeser by Key Instruments


The Oeser is everything I’m looking for in a piano library. It’s easy to configure, has some presets to get you started but ultimately, it’s sampled pristinely. For my tastes, I don’t like too over bright pianos or extremely dark and dull pianos. The Oeser hits the sweet spot on every articulation and is just a brilliant sounding and versatile piano. It begs to be played and I imagine myself transported into the lounge of Key Instruments HQ and in front of this wonderful instrument. Is this now one of my go to pianos? It is indeed and for anyone looking to add a great piano to their composing palette, The Oeser is a must have!

The Oeser normally sells for €75 from Key Instruments

Facts

Downloads at 29.6GB
Features a sample Frank Oeser Viennese baby grand piano
Presented in pure, felted, muted and picked articulations
5 distinct presets for each articulation
Works in the free version of Kontakt and is NKS compatible

The Oeser normally sells for €75 from Key Instruments

 

Demos of The Oeser by Key Instruments

Videos of The Oeser by Key Instruments

 

Contributor Pete Checkley reviews The Oeser by Key Instruments
“Key Instruments have spent over a year programming and creating The Oeser. This Viennese baby grand designed by Frank Oeser back in 1877 has been presented with five different moods and four different playing articulations. Whilst full of character and with plenty of options, what sets this exquisite piano library apart from the rest? Could this be your next work horse piano or something to add more colour and character to your compositions?”