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Virtual Acoustic Piano from Sound Magic

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Sound Magic releases Ruby Piano, a Yamaha Concert Grand using NEO Hybrid Modeling Technology.

Features

Ruby Piano gives you control over the various aspect of a piano. You can adjust hammer actions, microphone positions, sympathetic resonances, dynamics and more. You can also design your own piano.

  • HD Velocity Layer supports up to 65,536 Velocity Layers
  • Multi-microphone positions enable users to mix between different microphone positions
  • Dynamic Response controls enable users to adjust the dynamics of the piano and change the keyboard response
  • 264-string Sympathetic Resonance System adds harmonies to both pedal up and pedal down notes
  • Ruby Piano is able to detect repeated notes and activate True Staccato Mode which reproduces staccato notes
  • Reverb Engine simulates resonances with environment and soundboard,
  • Modeling and soft pedal samples present the sound of three kinds of pedals.


Ruby Piano now provides standalone and VSTi version running under Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/7.

 

Pricing:

€99,-

 

For more info about Sound Magic Supreme Pianos, visit www.supremepiano.com/product/ruby.htm.

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