What makes it different?

While there are a lot of intimate upright pianos on the market, they often feel quite sterile.

Lekko takes a different approach. It’s sampled by embracing little imperfections that makes the performance sound human. The notes are not perfectly consistent and noiseless. The best way to describe the sound is: me, playing the piano with your ear as close to the strings as possible without getting hit by the hammers. The fact that it was recorded with a beautiful signal chain full of warmth and character doesn’t hurt either.

And yes, there is noise, because - contrary to what we’re made to believe - it’s there where you record stuff. If you were wondering why most sampled instruments sound like liquid plastic, this is it - noise reduction sucks the tone and life away. If you hate noise, I’m sure there are other instruments that will fit your needs better.

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