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" Excellent, versatile, living under the fingers. . ."

Sampletekk Black GrandPublished on 02/11/12 at 11:40
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I use it since 2005. . . and I find it rather sad to write this in 2012! He possesses what many pianos out of the last not, that is to say 32 velocity layers. With a normal game it rarely falls on the same sample, the sensitivity goes and fortissimo, that answers! (With a keyboard properly adjusted). It has the sound and versatility of steinway, it is perfectly sampled.

SOUND QUALITY

It lacks the "resonnance between strings" that are now found on pianos today, a bit annoying in the chords, but its qualities and wealth at stake outweighs the arpeggio, jen tried many, this is the best in this register.

OVERALL OPINION

Regrets, since 2004, is hollowing out the brilliant editor who......
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I use it since 2005. . . and I find it rather sad to write this in 2012! He possesses what many pianos out of the last not, that is to say 32 velocity layers. With a normal game it rarely falls on the same sample, the sensitivity goes and fortissimo, that answers! (With a keyboard properly adjusted). It has the sound and versatility of steinway, it is perfectly sampled.

SOUND QUALITY

It lacks the "resonnance between strings" that are now found on pianos today, a bit annoying in the chords, but its qualities and wealth at stake outweighs the arpeggio, jen tried many, this is the best in this register.

OVERALL OPINION

Regrets, since 2004, is hollowing out the brilliant editor who designed it could have done evolve in parallel with advances in computer technology, we had a good basis for approaching the sampled piano perfect, but "curiously" he did not. . .
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Sampletekk Black GrandPublished on 10/31/05 at 04:07
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SOUND QUALITY

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OVERALL OPINION

A very good Steinway D, with excellent dynamics.

There is a closed version, a version mid ambient, and ambient version. The only thing that changes is the distance sound pickup.

I redid a patch for version 1.5.3 kontakt close to my site (http://jazzphoton.free.fr). I totally remapped the pedal up samples for a timbre as homogeneous as possible after each velocity layer.
I put some programming "home" to improve the overall quality, playability, an effect pedal down ... The samples "release" seem taken from too far away from the rest. So I've transferred and replaced by another program "home". They are also advantageously......
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SOUND QUALITY

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OVERALL OPINION

A very good Steinway D, with excellent dynamics.

There is a closed version, a version mid ambient, and ambient version. The only thing that changes is the distance sound pickup.

I redid a patch for version 1.5.3 kontakt close to my site (http://jazzphoton.free.fr). I totally remapped the pedal up samples for a timbre as homogeneous as possible after each velocity layer.
I put some programming "home" to improve the overall quality, playability, an effect pedal down ... The samples "release" seem taken from too far away from the rest. So I've transferred and replaced by another program "home". They are also advantageously replaced by a good pulse resonant piano in the convolution of kontakt 2 (patch not available on my website).

The overall sound is very dull and I often use an EQ to boost the high frequencies around 12kHz. He won with and percussion.
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Sampletekk Black GrandPublished on 07/20/06 at 01:28
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See me on the Great White

SOUND QUALITY

I chose the version of "Close" (20 euros for the promotion of July! Attention must be Kontact, or Gigastudio Halion). The quality is good, less bright than the Great White, but I got trs convincing. I find it more natural than "The Grand 2" Steinberg. The DMOS in sampletekk do not do it any justice done: it is less dull than it appears in the mp3.

OVERALL OPINION

I have since yesterday. I find it much complte the Great White, it is more nuanced.
The report price is unbeatable quality, provided you have dj Kontact or otherwise.

And there is the satisfaction of having a Steinway gate fingers.

Thank you sampletekk, competitors should......
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See me on the Great White

SOUND QUALITY

I chose the version of "Close" (20 euros for the promotion of July! Attention must be Kontact, or Gigastudio Halion). The quality is good, less bright than the Great White, but I got trs convincing. I find it more natural than "The Grand 2" Steinberg. The DMOS in sampletekk do not do it any justice done: it is less dull than it appears in the mp3.

OVERALL OPINION

I have since yesterday. I find it much complte the Great White, it is more nuanced.
The report price is unbeatable quality, provided you have dj Kontact or otherwise.

And there is the satisfaction of having a Steinway gate fingers.

Thank you sampletekk, competitors should build: attractive prices, high quality samples, Tlcharger by adsl (no shipping), simplicity of installation (no activation or procdure USB key protection).
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Sampletekk Black GrandPublished on 10/15/07 at 11:04
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OVERALL OPINION

It's great. Especially the version "close".
This piano is versatile but has a very nice sound color, fairly soft, with charm, realism in the game (dynamic) and in the sound.
One of the best simulation of piano but again, it's special and will not suit everyone. I agree with another opinion here to say that the audio demos on the site of sampletekk do not put in value. But hey, at least you can get an idea of ​​his style.

I use it in addition to Synthogy Ivory is really good too but this time rather traditional in its sound (with the advantages and disadvantages that entails). ...
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SOUND QUALITY

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OVERALL OPINION

It's great. Especially the version "close".
This piano is versatile but has a very nice sound color, fairly soft, with charm, realism in the game (dynamic) and in the sound.
One of the best simulation of piano but again, it's special and will not suit everyone. I agree with another opinion here to say that the audio demos on the site of sampletekk do not put in value. But hey, at least you can get an idea of ​​his style.

I use it in addition to Synthogy Ivory is really good too but this time rather traditional in its sound (with the advantages and disadvantages that entails).
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Sampletekk
  • Model: Black Grand
  • Category: Virtual Acoustic Pianos
  • Added in our database on: 02/02/2005

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