The SM Pro Audio Classic Keys Collection includes a USB Stick and the following plug-ins on DVD: AAS Lounge Lizard Session, GForce Minimonsta, GForce Virtual String Machine, G.S.I. Key Performer, G.S.I VB3 and SonicProjects OP-X. These plug-ins recreate the classic keyboard and synth names including Moog, Oberheim and Rhodes. The six plug-in pack is ideal for all V-Machine users. Even if you're not a V-Machine user, the Classic Keys Collection offers an unbeatable value. Plus, you get a free download of SM Pro Audio's VFX Silver Skin, which is an alternative graphic interface for the Classic Keys Collection.
The AAS Lounge Lizard Session plug-in provides four different types of pianos including the classic Rhodes and Wurlitzer sounds. It supports a large selection of effects as well. The GForce Minimonsta provides a pumped-up version of Moog's Minimoog. The plug-in supports all original features including the three original oscillators and the famous Moog filter. The Minimonsta also features several additional functions that do much more than just copy the famous instrument. The GForce Virtual Strings Machine is also featured in the Classic Keys Collection. It emulates a whole genre of synthesizers - the polyphonic string synths. The Virtual Strings Machine features a wealth of sounds from several popular string machines including samples from the Eminent 310, Freeman String Symphonizer, Solina, Elka Rhapsody, Logan String Melody, Korg PE2000 and many more.
The Classic Keys Collection also features the G.S.I. Key Performer plug-in, which supports several classic keyboard sounds including pianos, electric pianos, synths, organs and more. Often called the "Swiss Army Knife of the modern gigging keyboardist," the Key Performer covers a huge variety of key sounds essential to any keyboardist. G.S.I. also makes the VB3 plug-in with full polyphony. This virtual tonewheel organ emulates the American electromagnetic organ of the old days, but it's also capable of other simulations from 1970's Italian transistor organs to the red-tolex organs played by famous pop bands from the sixties. The last plug-in that comes with the Classic Keys Collection is the SonicProjects OP-X. Built by Tom Oberheim, the OP-X featured totally unique 12dB SEM-filters. SonicProjects crafted this plug-in by turning each voice on the synth into its own separate mono synth with an independent signal path and global tuning options.