Yep, I have both. Happy to render one of your MIDI files with each piano if you like. Both great sampled pianos (180cm & 186cm long) but quite different characters.I know but I want direct comparison with Premier Steinway. I like very much how that piano sounds from Youtube but I also like how Experimenta C3 sounds.
They are stunning and a total bargain right now. More deeply sampled than the Simple Sam Steinway, but that has its own thing going on with the wonderful ambience.Geez, I'd never heard of these until this thread. Are they the best thing I can get for the price? The idea of having one for my more classical sounding work and another that's more 'cinematic' sounds appealing.
Just send me a PM and attach the MIDI file to thatAh, Craig, finally, I was looking for you , I know that you have both but I was thinking maybe it is good for everyone to know. Thank you for opinion, and thanks for all participants here . Michael put some good questions about classical sounding. How do I send you some Rachmaninoff midi ?
Yes and I choose Piano Premier Steinway. Very good piano, no problems, easy to play, sounds raw and natural. Steinway model O is very rare to find among samples, I think that Soundiron Monticlarion is also model O but it is nowhere near quality of Premier at first light. I am happy to have this piano. I mostly play classical but this piano really excel in Jazz. When you need some dark mood feelings under dim light or candles with smaller Steinway grand, this piano is perfect. Thanks for Craig for helping me to choose.