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Steinberg The Grand

Virtual Acoustic Piano from Steinberg belonging to the The Grand series

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Steinberg The GrandPublished on 09/26/03 at 11:03
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
The 1.3 Gigs of samples (!) Load without problem
No inconsistency
Config simple archi-
Manuel succinct but sufficient, because it is simple to use trs

Approximately 1 / 10 of my proc (1.4Ghz) used for a large piece
HOWEVER, I have 512 DDR, but I receive an error message every time when I open it saying that the ram is not enough. For I can play against APRS normally without problem ... plutt weird

Otherwise it is stable but tin ca FOOD THE CPU!!

If you want to do something good, I recommend a keyboard with a ballast for a synth sound even if you plastoc paramtrez software synths for non weights. The sound is enjoyable plutt for a virtual instrument.
It is clear that it...…
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The 1.3 Gigs of samples (!) Load without problem
No inconsistency
Config simple archi-
Manuel succinct but sufficient, because it is simple to use trs

Approximately 1 / 10 of my proc (1.4Ghz) used for a large piece
HOWEVER, I have 512 DDR, but I receive an error message every time when I open it saying that the ram is not enough. For I can play against APRS normally without problem ... plutt weird

Otherwise it is stable but tin ca FOOD THE CPU!!

If you want to do something good, I recommend a keyboard with a ballast for a synth sound even if you plastoc paramtrez software synths for non weights. The sound is enjoyable plutt for a virtual instrument.
It is clear that it sounds better than any soundfont ...
nanmoins a little noise is heard when using a sustain pedals (change of sample).
The vlocits are respected
I would do this choice ...

Commenting on the advice of Helmut, I find it hard trs, I'll post soon a piece of Tchaikovsky (Piano Concerto) without rglage, so you can judge its "raw"

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cslevinecslevine

Steinberg The GrandPublished on 08/16/06 at 13:27
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I did buy this VSTi. (For a super price second hand!)
For the musical spects it is very good, majestic bass!
but ... it is by listening to it on the headphones and not on small speakers, that I realized something:
same mode "High Quality"; has no effect.

Sounds are rotten to the aliasing.
Steinberg products are just like Microsoft products =: it is the minimum

However it is not the quality technique necessarily that makes a piece beautiful, but its music. On this point, I find the sound of the piano really musical when we play the sustain pedals: This gives the famous "breath" of life that we get when playing on a real piano. It sounds! Of course it is not meant...…
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I did buy this VSTi. (For a super price second hand!)
For the musical spects it is very good, majestic bass!
but ... it is by listening to it on the headphones and not on small speakers, that I realized something:
same mode "High Quality"; has no effect.

Sounds are rotten to the aliasing.
Steinberg products are just like Microsoft products =: it is the minimum

However it is not the quality technique necessarily that makes a piece beautiful, but its music. On this point, I find the sound of the piano really musical when we play the sustain pedals: This gives the famous "breath" of life that we get when playing on a real piano. It sounds! Of course it is not meant to replace a real piano, like any virtual instrument imitating a real. (I'm not talking about  "virtual" synths who are pretty real)
But it replaces the sound of my Roland EP85 when I use only as a master keyboard.
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  • Manufacturer: Steinberg
  • Model: The Grand
  • Series: The Grand
  • Category: Virtual Acoustic Pianos
  • Added in our database on: 04/20/2004

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