And Noire is how you call a quarter note in frenchApparently it's a "female piano" In the french language everything has a gender, even the doors, the chairs, everything... so a piano is a male, a black piano is "un piano noir" a guitar is a female "une guitare noire", because they write it with a "E" it's probably because this is a female piano...
I guess it would have been konfusing if Native Instruments stuck with their "K" naming scheme for this one. "Koir" anyone?No they named it Noire because Sonokinetic already has a library called Noir out there
Might be included in the next issue of Komplete, might not. Might be included two issues from now. They withheld their higher-end orchestra samples for a time.Thanks yeah my initial question was unclear, I meant to ask if there was a set period where NI only sells their new piano VSTs as standalones before integrating them in the next versions of Komplete (ultimate/CE)
In any case I really like the tone of this piano
Hi, I couldn't recreate this. Could you please send an email with more details to [email protected] ? Thanks! UliThere seems to be a bug in the release samples. Try to play an ff staccato chord around the C4 range while holding the sustain pedal briefly: You will hear a honky bass-y noise right after you release the pedal. Turn off release samples and it won't happen.
I reported it to their representative on another forum, hoping they address this in the first update.
I am quite sure it will be included in the next version of Komplete, but I am still considering it because I want it more than any other product that has come up between Kompletes.Might be included in the next issue of Komplete, might not. Might be included two issues from now. They withheld their higher-end orchestra samples for a time.