12th August 2013
Antisample chromatically sampled each of the 88 notes of an expertly tuned Yamaha C2 concert grand piano at 5 velocity layers per note each with key release samples and additional sustain pedal noises for a smoothly cinematic and realistic sound while keeping the instrument CPU and RAM streamlined for real-time playability and use in large projects.
The user can adjust the sound of the dry recorded samples with a custom 10-band Equalizer, add one of three reverbs and delay, or change the listening position from player to audience with the click of a button. The user can also choose from four pre-defined velocity response presets to further suit their playing and recording style. All of the effect parameters are fully automatable to allow the user flexibility to shape the sound of the piano at the DAW level or in real time using hardware controllers.
- 16-bit / 48kHz.
- 5 velocity layers per note.
- 765 discrete samples.
- Re-pedaling and half-pedaling functionality.
- Scripted release envelope for realistic damper emulation.
- 3 custom Convolution Reverbs.
- Full Retail version of Kontakt 5.2 or later required.
- 320 MB hard-drive space.
- Ability to download.
- PC 1.8Ghz+, 256 MB RAM.
- MAC 2.0Ghz+, 256 MB RAM.
Price: $69. There is a special introductory price of $49 until September 1st, 2013.
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