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  • Anonymous

    A small program that hides his game

    Modartt Pianoteq PlayPublished on 07/11/11 at 06:03
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    This plugin is probably the most stunning I've discovered since I am of computer music, initially I was looking for something affordable without going to the "absolute realism".

    I have gotten to play the version for 90 euros and it is happiness. Installing child, one uses the. Dll with the DAW (Reaper in my case) and go for composition!

    The piano is perfect illusion, I particularly appreciate the sounds in the treble, with a little reverb you find yourself imitating passages from famous film scores. It's really an exciting tool that pushes the creativity (and I have not mentioned the additional instruments on the site).

    I generally composed with 3 or 4 tracks and vst my pc (an I3 w…
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    This plugin is probably the most stunning I've discovered since I am of computer music, initially I was looking for something affordable without going to the "absolute realism".

    I have gotten to play the version for 90 euros and it is happiness. Installing child, one uses the. Dll with the DAW (Reaper in my case) and go for composition!

    The piano is perfect illusion, I particularly appreciate the sounds in the treble, with a little reverb you find yourself imitating passages from famous film scores. It's really an exciting tool that pushes the creativity (and I have not mentioned the additional instruments on the site).

    I generally composed with 3 or 4 tracks and vst my pc (an I3 with 3GB of RAM and an SD low-end) is good (no cracks or sound bugs), I think we could do turn some more ... trying at times.
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  • falpasfalpas

    Modartt Pianoteq PlayPublished on 08/03/10 at 07:37
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    I use this plugin for several months and the sound of the piano jumped on the ears in a song, so we often think it's a direct audio ... Bluffing!

    Some parameters are editable: EQ, Dynamics, Tremolo, Wah-Wah, Reverb, Limiter, Pitch, pedals ...

    Several models are virtualized piano and even e-piano (Rhodes and Whurly) excellent bill!
    Free addons are also on site.

    It is a plugin more than convincing: recommended
  • giosh13giosh13

    Modartt Pianoteq PlayPublished on 08/03/10 at 17:40
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    Hello,

    I have recorded a whole album with Pianoteq ... (The Pro version) that says it all ... I found nothing better ...

    You can listen (personalized piece by piece) after the link ...

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003LSTCTI/ref=dm_dp_cdp?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1280882487&sr=8-1

    (Copy the entire link)

    brief ... the top.
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