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- Hands-on: How the SH-101 Plug-Out for AIRA SYSTEM-1 Works – And Sounds 25 Jul 2014, 3:17 pm
Somewhere, some editor has probably already written the headline “Turn On, Tune In, Plug-in, Plug-Out.” After all, back when Roland introduced the AIRAs, the reaction was something like this: “A. […]
- Roland AIRA Series, 1.10: Everything Gets Smarter, USB Backup and Restore 25 Jul 2014, 1:29 pm
Roland has updated the firmware for the first full AIRA line (TR-8 drum machine, TB-3 bassline sequencer, VT-3 vocal processor, SYSTEM-1 synthesizer) today to version 1.10. There are no new sounds –. […]
- Connect Your Brain to Synthesizers, with Desktop and Modular Creations for Brainwaves 25 Jul 2014, 11:31 am
Oh, sure, you can convert MIDI and clock and DIN and control voltage. But how about brainwaves? How about jacking your noggin straight into your synths and controlling synthesizers only with your mind. […]
- Zvork releases LeSpace - stereo wide rhythmic multi-echo for the Rack Extension platform 25 Jul 2014, 11:27 am
Zvork has announced the release of their latest Rack Extension for Propellerhead Reason, the LeSpace multi-echo. LeSpace is a delay-based effect with a particular emphasis on rhythmic multi-tap ech [. […]
- PreSonus releases "Capture" and "Capture Duo" Audio-Recording Apps for iPad 25 Jul 2014, 11:04 am
PreSonus has introduced Capture and Capture Duo, two new audio-recording apps for Apple iPad that are based on the company's Capture live-recording software for StudioLive mixers. Capture for iPad [R. […]
- Waldorf releases Streichfett String Synthesizer (Hardware) 25 Jul 2014, 10:40 am
Waldorf has announced availability of the Streichfett String Synthesizer, bringing back to life the extinct string synthesizer sounds of yesteryear with a modern-day musical twist. Back in the Seven. […]
- Eerie Resonance: Listen as a Synth Accompanies Singing Architecture 25 Jul 2014, 9:15 am
Dancing about architecture? How about singing about architecture – or architecture that sings? Burnley England’s Singing Ringing Tree is an abstract sculpture that resonates with the wind. Rising. […]
- PSOFT releases PSOFT Audio Player for iPhone / iPod touch 25 Jul 2014, 8:50 am
PSOFT has announced the release of the PSOFT Audio Player, a multipurpose music player app for iPhone / iPod touch. PSOFT Audio Player is a special music player with which you can modify the sound ho. […]
- Aerodrums releases presets for 6 major drum samplers (incl. AD, BFD, EZd, SD and SSD) 25 Jul 2014, 8:20 am
Aerodrums has released presets to make it easier for drummers and Digital Audio Workstation users to air-drum into their favorite sampler. The presets provide MIDI mappings that allow the samplers to. […]
- Adobe Premiere Pro CC updated to 2014.0.1 25 Jul 2014, 7:57 am
Adobe has announced the release of the Premiere Pro CC 2014.0.1 Update. This version provides important fixes and enhancements to the editing experience, and is recommended for all users. A list of n. […]
This softsynth is modelled around 31 carefully sampled and mastered Piano samples.
Its unique Width Control not only controls panning of notes across the keyboard but at high settings adds a psychoacoustic widening effect adding a touch of room ambience and spaciousness to the sound. 1-32 voice polyphony, Decay, Release, Stereo Width, Velocity sensitivity, muffle and hardness Amount adjustable
Monkey Orchestra is a synth based on a piano string structure model.
So it has 88 independant keys. 10 lowest trigger 1 string, 18 next trigger 2 strings, 60 highest trigger 3 strings, wich makes a lot of strings.
You can tune each 226 strings individually.
The strings are fed by (very) short samples.
Interface gives you control over several parameters.
Most of the controls can be triggered by Lfos or peak follower.
A premium Grand Piano Module. Click on downloads link to get it.
Note, this software is a plugin. You will need an application that supports VSTi plugins to run this software.
This is a small and versatile piano module with unique sound.
This piano module is neither a sample player, nor synthesized. It’s a hybrid technology, that combines both methods. This resulted in a great module size reduction and light CPU usage.
Continuous Velocity Piano is based on spectral morphing. Eliminating the need for many bulky, discrete sample layers, spectral morphing technology produces continuous, spectral variation by processing only a single baseline sample velocity.
Using the baseline as a starting point, the spectral morphing filters then dynamically interpolate frequency characteristics, which can then be continuously morphed during and after musical notes are played. The result is far greater musicality with over ten times the amount of dynamic expression. Another benefit is that instruments are much smaller in memory consumption, yet with greater playability and realism.
The Piano is a KAWAI grand piano, 7′4″, residing in Electric LarryLand Studios, Austin, TX. The piano had been recently rebuilt, and is known for it’s shimmering, clear tone. It has been used on many recordings made by nine-time Grammy winning engineer, Larry Seyer.
Baby Grand Piano Module.
Bar Piano like sound.
It has a simple interface with only ADSR controls. It is velocity sensitive. Each note is individually sampled.
It runs on MIDI notes 60-84 (C5 to C7) to simulate the limited range of a real toy piano. It is wonky and slightly out of tune.
Preparation P is a VSTi collection of 61 high quality prepared piano samples. All of these samples were recorded by Tom Gersic on a baby-grand piano, and include a variety of strummed strings, plucked strings, and many other sounds of various objects lodged in the strings. Each sample can be tuned individually, and you can also adjust the attack, decay, sustain, and release characteristics of the sound by using the envelope controls.
- 3 piano type: Grand Piano, Concert piano P and Concert Piano F
- Velocity response
- Amp. envelope and micro-detuner
- HP and LP Filter
- 2 Fx (reverb and flanger)
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