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Imperfect Samples Steinway 1908 Walnut Concert Grand

Imperfect Samples has released the Steinway 1908 Walnut Concert Grand, a 24 bit multi-sampled imperfect concert grand piano.

 

Including 4 microphone perspectives, modelled sympathetic resonance, sampled resonance harmonics, half-pedalling, true staccato and true crotchet articulations, piano effects, piano body wood knocks, and lid sounds, this instrument totals over 54GB of data.

 

The emphasis is placed on a realistic and imperfect performance, IS say. The sounds of the fingers tapping the ivory keys, the pedal, subtle mechanical sounds, keys hitting the felt above the keyboard, have all been recorded.

 

This is the first imperfect sample library to feature the IS Advanced Engine, a Kontakt interface with modelled sympathetic resonance and a variety of live controls.

 

Features:

  • Sympathetic Resonance
:
    • Optional Imperfectly Sampled Resonance Harmonics
    • Optional Generated Resonance Harmonics
    • Resonance Polyphony Control.
  • Half-Pedalling.
  • Microphone Perspective Mixing.
  • Custom Velocity Mapping.
  • Half-Pedalling.
  • Optional Round Robin.
  • Pedal FX Controls.
  • Human FX Controls.
  • FX Randomizer Controls.
  • Multi-Sampled Instrument with performance sounds.
  • 4 Mic Positions.
  • Over 54GB.
  • Full Length Samples, no loops.
  • 24-bit audio fidelity.
  • True Staccato.
  • True Crotchet.
  • Unusual FX.
  • Unmuted strings.
  • Picked muted strings.
  • Picked sustain strings.
  • Organic, and Realistic.
  • Human FX randomizer options.

 

Pricing & Availability

Steinway Walnut Concert Grand is available as a self-contained plug-in, powered by the Imperfect Samples Player for Windows (VST) and Mac OS X (VST/AU), and as EXS and Kontakt format sample libraries.

It is provided in 4 versions as a compressed direct download, and on a Hard Disk. DVDs available subject to stock:

  1. Steinway Walnut Concert Grand (Basic): 6GB - £39.99
  2. Steinway Walnut Concert Grand (Pro): 12GB - £89.98
  3. Steinway Walnut Concert Grand (Complete): 30GB - £129.97
  4. Steinway Walnut Concert Grand (Extreme): 55GB - £199.96
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