Vibrant: Iconic vintage soul
Discover the ultimate suite of iconic electric pianos: Vibrant brings the warm, vintage, soulful sound of the Rhodes Stage Mark I, the Rhodes Suitcase, the Wurlitzer 200A and the Hohner Clavinet together in one authentic, accessible plug-in for HALion and HALion Sonic. Enjoy the authentic evocative sound of world-class electronic keyboards, all in one place.
4 beautifully sampled electric pianos
40 sound presets for different genres
12 GB compressed samples
Works with nearly every DAW (AU, VST, AAX)
Listen to Vibrant
The four electric pianos in detail
Meet the company behind Vibrant: e-instruments
Based in Hamburg, Germany, e-instruments creates innovative, easy-to-use virtual instruments allowing musicians to focus on what's most important — the music. Other products include the highly successful Session Horns (Pro), Session Strings 2 (Pro) and Session Keys instruments.
The company's mission is to combine acoustic accuracy, outstanding sound quality and an intuitive user interface in developing virtual instruments for all musicians and genres; capturing the clarity, warmth, and soul of real instruments for real musicians.
Get inspired with VST Instruments
|Operating systems (Windows)|
Windows 7 (64-bit), Windows 8.1 (64-bit), Windows 10 (64-bit)
|Operating systems (Mac)|
macOS Sierra, macOS High Sierra, macOS Mojave
HALion 6, HALion Sonic SE 3, HALion Sonic 3
|PlugIn format (Win)|
VST 2, VST 3, AAX
|PlugIn format (Mac)|
VST 3, AU, AAX
|Hard disk free space|
|Internet connection for|
account sign up and product registration, installer download, license activation, additional downloads
Installation via Steinberg Download Assistant
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For support on the installation or HALion, please visit the Steinberg Helpcenter.
For support on the library, please contact: e-instruments.Pease note that this library requires at least HALion 6.2, HALion Sonic 3.2 or HALion Sonic SE 3.2.
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