Pianist, Composer & Arranger
Nice playing too! Some really interesting ideas in your hands there.
Fun fact: The "Flight of the Bumblebee" example above is sourced from a piano roll performance by the master himself: Rachmaninoff!!
I can not see a button to add to cart / buy. Can you please direct me and others.
Thank you for the audio demos and excellent walk-thru!!
The close-mics esp. for the first piece is wetter than I anticipated. Is it because of the applied reverb?
For multi-mic settings, would there be presets that include different % of reverb dialled in for different mic positions, as reference to get a more realistic surround setup?
Would that be a Zenph re-performance? I worked at a studio with a restored 1969 Hamburg Steinway D (stunning piano) which had been fitted with a Live Performance LX MIDI system, and heard an Art Tatum Zenph disc played back through the piano one evening. It was a spine-tingling experience as we stood around the piano, watching & listening in amazement.
Already tested the main (AKG) mics. Those are the ones in the (base) full version and they sound just beautiful: close, but not too close, with that nice room sound to boot. The complete version has so many interesting mics, including close, wide and binaural. I’m really looking forward to testing the latter with headphones.
The unsung hero of this particular piano library is the una corda sample set. Extremely inspiring to play. Having a tough time switching una corda off at this point. Why can't every song just be "Stardust?"
There is a touch of reverb on that close mic. It is very close, and quite dry.
We don't have specific reverb presets, I'd say it should be added to taste. Thanks!
After listening to the Una Corda samples in the walkthrough, it pains me that it's not featured in the Lite version.The unsung hero of this particular piano library is the una corda sample set. Extremely inspiring to play. Having a tough time switching una corda off at this point. Why can't every song just be "Stardust?"