Sound Magic Supreme Piano 2
Sound Magic has announced the release of Supreme Piano 2 and also announced the "Award Winning Celebration" Composer Contest.
According to SM, Supreme Piano 2 starts with this concept: "A single virtual instrument can not solve all of the problems in the entire music production process, or fit every musician's unique need. We need a whole solution for this, a flexible system which is easy to operate, that follows our changing needs."
The heart of the Supreme Piano 2 System are the piano modules. Supreme Piano 2 will let you choose up to 4 piano modules from Sound Magic's database. There are currently 5 piano modules including four grand pianos.
For every style of music that you play, Sound Magic says that Supreme Piano 2 will "bring you the right instrument, take care of the technology, and let the Magic of your Music shine through." A new feature is that Supreme Piano 2 enables you to hybrid the sound of different piano modules.
Supreme Piano 2 Features:
- Gives the user control over various aspects of the piano including hammer actions, microphone positions, sympathetic resonances, dynamics and more.
- True Piano Dynamic System.
- Scala Tuning System enable Supreme Piano 2 users to use different temperaments for their music.
- HD Velocity Layer supports up to 65,536 Velocity Layers.
- Multi-microphone positions enable users to mix between different microphone positions and create new sounds.
- Real Piano Legato.
- 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.
- Able to detect repeated notes and activate True Staccato Mode which reproduces staccato notes.
- Built-in Reverb Engine simulates resonances with environment and soundboard.
- Actual modeling and soft pedal samples present the sound of the 4 pedals.
Pricing & Availability
Supreme Piano 2 costs €299 / $399 and is available for Windows in stand-alone and VST instrument plug-in formats.
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