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OUT NOW — Originals Firewood Piano

josephspirits

Active Member
The piano is not firewood yet, but the cold does get cold, so it soon might be that.

But enough about my personal life. As far the piano goes: looks good, sounds good, and love that it's an entirely new piano product for Originals. I think I'm in, but would like to see a walkthrough video surface.
 

Paul Cardon

Ninja Otter Music
How many dynamic layers and RRs please?
Did we find this out??
At 7.5GB?
Without RR you can do about 10 layers pedal up + 10 pedal down.

Looking at the samples folder, it seems like it's about 10-12 dynamics for the regular, 4 dynamics for the much gentler felt. Both have pedal up and down.

And there's definitely RRs of some sort, but don't know if it's real or borrowed. Doesn't sound like there's tone changes between RRs so might be real. It is a wonky little piano, so you shouldn't expect masterful consistency, but for me, it feels quite nice to play.
 
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filipjonathan

Literally The Best Member
Looking at the samples folder, it seems like it's about 10-12 dynamics for the regular, 4 dynamics for the much gentler felt.

And there's definitely RRs of some sort, but don't know if it's real or borrowed. Doesn't sound like there's tone changes between RRs so might be real. It is a wonky little piano, so you shouldn't expect masterful consistency, but for me, it feels quite nice to play.
Thanks you! I actually prefer quirky pianos, got a lot of the clean ones already.
 

MaxOctane

Senior Member
A couple of days ago, while pondering whether to buy Abbey Road One, I decided to listen to demos (including lots of Homay's) for a bunch of Spitfire libraries I already own. It's a good cure for GAS (as least temporarily) to hear the beautiful tracks written with the libraries already out there since several years (and sitting lonely and unloved right now on my hard drive!).
 
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