ThePhonoLoop releases Cassette Keys.01 for Kontakt


Developer: ThePhonoLoop

tpl_cassette-keys-01_cover_1024x1024ThePhonoLoop has released Cassette Keys.01. a new sample library for Native Instruments Kontakt.

It’s a unique mixture of physical modelling and fm synths recorded on a cassette with an old & wonky cassette recorder. It has a range from C0 to E6 and 4 carefully designed velocity layers. The GUI is very simple, yet useful and almost synth-like – so just like its predecessor Cassette Piano, it’s very easy and fun to work with.

Every note of this instrument has been carefully denoised with a high quality algorithm to avoid noise stacking when playing more than one note. Noise can still be added with the noise slider – it’s much more flexible this way and allows the ability to adjust the volume of the noise independently whilst also applying parameters such as filtering. It also creates a more realistic sound, so when playing a five voice chord, only one sample of noise instead of five stacked on top of each other will be heard.



  • 848 MB of samples (452 MB after lossless Kontakt compression)
  • Simulated round-robin
  • REV (reverse) mode
  • Mono mode
  • 4 velocity layers
  • One-page interface for easy and fast sound design
  • 30 presets



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