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Giveaway of KB Piano (Save $19.50)

Posted In Music - By Techtiplib on Friday, February 20th, 2015 With No Comments »

Get FREE KB Piano for today only (save $19.50). This is the virtual piano software of those uncommon and precious kinds, which have almost the same usefulness for both a complete novice and a serious professional in its area. Just press the keyboard’s keys and you’ll hear sounds coming out your speaker.

KB Piano is a very simple and powerful software. You can easily configure it to play using different instrument sounds (such as guitar, piano, violin). There are 128+ different sounds you can choose from. Also, it includes a tool called Qchords, with it you can play chords pressing only one key. If you don’t play a music instrument, you don’t have to worry, with Qchords your songs will sound great.

KB Piano

Get FREE KB Piano for today only (save $19.50).

If you created a small song and want to record it, KB Piano includes all the necessary tools to create a professional quality song. Record using up to 99 channels and correct mistakes in your songs with the events editor.

Also, KB Piano includes a quick tutorial, so you can learn how to create your own songs in a few minutes.

Features of KB Piano:

  • Easy to use
  • 128+ instrument sounds
  • Play chords with one key using Qchords
  • Play different styles, even if you don’t know music theory
  • Up to 99 channels
  • Add audio tracks and record audio from you microphone
  • Easily edit mistakes in your songs with the Events Editor
  • Share your songs saving them as midi, wma and wav files that can be played in most computers
  • Import songs from Midi files
  • Customizable keyboard
  • Add effects to channels (reverb, echo, distortion, flanger, chorus)

KB Piano works on Windows XP/ 2003/ Vista/ 7/ 8/ 8.1.

Download the KB Piano’s Giveaway package.

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