Toontrack – EZkeys 2 – Team V.R (STANDALONE, VSTi3, AAX*, AU) [WiN.OSX x64]

By | May 20, 2023


Year/Date of Issue: 2023
Version: 2.0.0
Developer: Toontrack
Website: Toontrack
Bit depth: 64bit
Tabletka: cured (Team V.R)
System requirements: 5 GB free disk space (plus 4 GB for download).
64-bit Windows 7 or newer, 4 GB RAM (8 GB RAM or more recommended).
macOS 10.10 or higher, Intel or Apple silicon processor, 4 GB RAM (8 GB RAM or more recommended).
A 64-bit host (with support for VST 3, AU or AAX). Standalone is included.

Description: In May, we opened the door to a new generation of EZkeys. Ready to write, play and create? Welcome and meet your new pianist.
* Fully resizable and scalable interface.
* Bandmate: Get chords and grooves based on your own audio or MIDI.
* Built-in grid editor with humanization, scale matching, timing features and more.
* Tap2Find: Get grooves based on the rhythm and notes you enter.
* A brand new piano recorded using a wide range of microphones and atmospheres.
* Ready-to-mix presets for a wide range of styles and sounds
* An all-new MIDI library covering various playing styles and musical genres.
* New business model: Software includes core sound library

Torrent updated: Added version for MacOSX

6 thoughts on “Toontrack – EZkeys 2 – Team V.R (STANDALONE, VSTi3, AAX*, AU) [WiN.OSX x64]

  1. Melanie for the Core Library installer “can not be opened” on MacOSX 🙁

  2. spongo

    Installed & working perfectly on OS X Catalina, Ableton Live 11. Picked up all sound banks from previous ezkeys no problem. The content installer threw up the ‘can’t be installed’ error, so this is what I did.
    Right click installer, go to ‘show package contents’, navigate to Contents – MacOS – Installer.
    Open terminal, enter “sudo chmod +x ” (space after x is important) then drag installer after x – it should look something like this –
    “Sudo chmod +x /Users/xxxx/Desktop/EZkeys2_Core_Library/Contents/”
    Hit return, enter password when prompted.
    After that, I moved the installer into the contents folder when my first install attempt couldn’t locate the InstallConfig file – everything installed without a hitch.
    Hope this is useful for anyone on OS X coming across the same issues.

  3. Lonar

    I had the same message, but found a simpler solution. You do not even need the installer for the library. Just install the app, once you open it, it will tell you the library cannot be found, but it gives you the option to tell the app where the library is. You just have to point to where the library is (you can even have it on an external drive if you want) and that is it. Hope this may help some of you

  4. rey

    @Lonar – any chance the option to locate library is available inside the running program, not just as an alert on first run? Kinda curious to see if version 1 keyboards can be loaded or if version 2 went proprietary?

  5. Nani

    Hi Admin any idea why i cant install due to this particular error?

    Refer to this image:

    Regardless of changing directory, running as Administrator, all do not work.

    I’m using Win11 Pro.


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