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Modartt Xylo Add-On for Pianoteq
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Modartt Xylo Add-On for Pianoteq

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Modartt Xylo Add-On for PianoteqPublished on 07/11/11 at 06:24
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Modartt site offers many tools that can simulate Pianoteq via a small fee (49 euros).
You would think the add-ons a little gadget but it is not so, the sounds are certainly less complex to simulate than the piano but done with a real serious and you end up with virtual instruments entirely credible and, like the piano, many settings that affect how they sound.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I3 PC with 3GB of ram and a low-end DD. With my trusty Reaper no problems, no cracks or bugs.

OVERALL OPINION

This is the latest add-on Pianoteq I bought so far, I think the less rich a sound point of view as the marimba and xylophone has a sound very "dry" and without resonance, the simulation of...…
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Modartt site offers many tools that can simulate Pianoteq via a small fee (49 euros).
You would think the add-ons a little gadget but it is not so, the sounds are certainly less complex to simulate than the piano but done with a real serious and you end up with virtual instruments entirely credible and, like the piano, many settings that affect how they sound.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I3 PC with 3GB of ram and a low-end DD. With my trusty Reaper no problems, no cracks or bugs.

OVERALL OPINION

This is the latest add-on Pianoteq I bought so far, I think the less rich a sound point of view as the marimba and xylophone has a sound very "dry" and without resonance, the simulation of the two instruments is quite simple to implement.
But I do not regret this purchase because it allows the color composed of unusual sounds, marimbas particularly stand out well in the mix because of their unique sound.
I like less the xylophone, but it is subjective (it operates in a register too high compared to what I want).
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  • Manufacturer: Modartt
  • Model: Xylo Add-On for Pianoteq
  • Category: Virtual chromatic percussion
  • Added in our database on: 09/15/2010

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Other names: xylo add on for pianoteq, xyloaddonforpianoteq, xyloadd on forpianoteq

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