What's new

ChrisSiuMusic

Senior Member
Hi everyone! In today's video, let's dive into my collection of piano libraries made for Kontakt, play through them, and see what they sound like. Please enjoy!

0:00 Intro
3:15 CinePiano
4:53 Midnight Grand
6:59 Woodchester Piano
8:55 Glacier Keys
10:22 Ascend Modern Grand
11:52 Walker 1955 Steinway
13:00 Emotional Piano
14:27 Cinematic Studio Piano
16:14 Postcard Piano
17:38 Frozen Piano
18:40 Alt Piano
19:57 Piano in Blue
21:05 Prayer Piano
21:51 Lo-ki
23:13 Signature Grand
26:16 Conclusions

 

cqd

Senior Member
You didn't have the one that is competing with the Simple Sam for me..The light and sound concert grand..it really is nice..
 

stevenson-again

Senior Member
I really enjoyed this video and your playing was appropriate for each of the pianos.

I thought emotional piano (which I own) was the best sounding, and Piano in Blue (I have black) and the Signature Grand were next. Signature Grand looks especially interesting.

Actually the piano I use the most is one I sampled myself - a Parlour Piano...a rubbish old piano I was replacing with a decent one and thought I would quickly capture it for use in TV/film location work. I actually had it up here on VI-C as a freebie somewhere...

Anyway, turns out it gets a lot of use, and not just by me. It's badly recorded, only 3 velocity layers, and some of the notes click, but gee it doesn't half have some character. I use it a lot for my epic steampunk stuff.

Nice video. A great resource for trying to get a feel for what piano does what.
 
OP
ChrisSiuMusic

ChrisSiuMusic

Senior Member
Thread starter
  • Thread Starter
  • Thread Starter
  • #14
I really enjoyed this video and your playing was appropriate for each of the pianos.

I thought emotional piano (which I own) was the best sounding, and Piano in Blue (I have black) and the Signature Grand were next. Signature Grand looks especially interesting.

Actually the piano I use the most is one I sampled myself - a Parlour Piano...a rubbish old piano I was replacing with a decent one and thought I would quickly capture it for use in TV/film location work. I actually had it up here on VI-C as a freebie somewhere...

Anyway, turns out it gets a lot of use, and not just by me. It's badly recorded, only 3 velocity layers, and some of the notes click, but gee it doesn't half have some character. I use it a lot for my epic steampunk stuff.

Nice video. A great resource for trying to get a feel for what piano does what.
Thanks for watching!
 
Top Bottom