Within a few weeks, VI Labs is set to introduce its first virtual instrument, True Keys : Pianos.
True Keys : Pianos features samples from three grand pianos from Germany, the US and Germany, each with 3 stereo mics placement (pianist, close and side). Around 48000 samples are included; you can control the position of all three mics, or get a pre-mixed combination of all three positions.
VI Labs also comes with a convolution reverb effect and several types of spaces.
True Keys : Pianos relies on the UVI engine. UVI Workstartion is included at setup, but the instrument can also be used with MachFive. The piano will be available as standalone or a plug-in on Mac OS X 10.5 and higher or Windows XP SP2 and higher.
64 GB are required, as well as an iLok
Pricing & Availability;
True Keys : Pianos should be available around the end of November, at a price of $349.99 (in the US; European pricing TBD).
Vi Labs plans on expanding its collection in the future.
You'll find more details and audio demos at www.vilabsaudio.com.
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