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  • delvalledelvalle

    EastWest Steinway BPublished on 05/06/06 at 08:13
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
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    SOUND QUALITY

    Yes

    OVERALL OPINION

    Hello,
    When the DMOS j'coute of Steinway, I'm excited.
    I did a test on Cubase SX (Mac) with the Audion but the diffrence is phnomnale! What to do to get this great sound?
  • Anonymous

    EastWest Steinway BPublished on 01/11/02 at 08:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Proposed format. Gig for Gigastudio
    Actual size of the instrument and 1.6 GB Gig (900 MB)
    can import it into Halion1.1 but with disappointing results
    Perfect with Gigastudio 2.50.47 (Price from 02/20/1942)

    No boucles.b (as in the poor samples Akai)

    All notes have been sampled (88 notes)

    no sounds programmed.

    Stero 528 samples (6 stereo velocities)

    3 with pedal
    3 without pedal

    SOUND QUALITY

    The piano is a Steinway B sampled in 1995
    (Model through concert at Steinway)

    Steinway pianos are the best in the world with sound
    particular.

    These samples recreate the harmonics of the Steinway and mean
    realistically the hammers strike the strings.

    For the first time wa…
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    Proposed format. Gig for Gigastudio
    Actual size of the instrument and 1.6 GB Gig (900 MB)
    can import it into Halion1.1 but with disappointing results
    Perfect with Gigastudio 2.50.47 (Price from 02/20/1942)

    No boucles.b (as in the poor samples Akai)

    All notes have been sampled (88 notes)

    no sounds programmed.

    Stero 528 samples (6 stereo velocities)

    3 with pedal
    3 without pedal

    SOUND QUALITY

    The piano is a Steinway B sampled in 1995
    (Model through concert at Steinway)

    Steinway pianos are the best in the world with sound
    particular.

    These samples recreate the harmonics of the Steinway and mean
    realistically the hammers strike the strings.

    For the first time was under the fingers a real Piano sound and
    more on his Steinway.

    The Piano is a great source of Steinway registered in Switzerland
    Hot Backgrounds by Olivier Truan.

    I tested it with my master keyboard Kawai MP9000.

    Steinway sound is 50 times better than the internal Kawai MP9000
    But with the publisher GS intrument Giga I advise you to program
    velocities depending on your ear and your game)

    After setting - I fell backwards !!!!!!!-

    Goodbye Roland A-90 - goodbye poor expanders Piano .....
    Another story of computer music begins ....

    With Gigastudio 2.50.47 with 256 MB and a processor from
    1 GB card and GSIF - latency almost non-existent - not a click -
    his hyper realistic - you can play live jazz or studies
    Chopin -

    OVERALL OPINION

    past 2 years - better than the same author and the Bosendorfer
    better than "the great" Steinberg I heard from a friend.
    and the meilleir Gigapiano of Nemesys comes with Gigastudio

    One of the best pianos at the time.

    Prices in the 1000 FRF
    Prices in CHF 3000 Gigastudio
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