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Neocymatics

Neocymatics releases "Binaural Piano" for Kontakt

Neocymatics has released Binaural Piano, immortalizing the sound of a renowned German Grand through the ears of a binaural dummy.

Neocymatics captured the Sympathetic Resonances of every possible key combination, in addition to Sustain Pedal Resonances, Hammer noises and release samples, delivering a warm, resonating sound full of character and energy.

Making use of their dual True Stereo Convolution engine, Neocymatics offers infinite possibilities in Room placement and tone customization, providing 55 Space locations that range from Studio Rooms to Concert Halls and Churches.

Features overview:

  • 13 velocities per key and 2x Round Robin on each velocity.

  • Bright and Dark mode (different samples).

  • Binaural Sympathetic Resonance with controllable volume.

  • Binaural Sustain Pedal Resonance with controllable volume.

  • Inaudible Noise floor.

  • 2 True Stereo Convolution channels featuring 55 different Spaces.

  • Stereo enhancer controls for all Mics.

  • Phase-aligned Mono channel that can be blended with the Binaural mic or used by itself (for mono compatible multimedia productions).

  • 4 band parametric EQ.

  • Velocity response curve.

  • Dynamics response knob.

  • Individual key Tuning (capable of stretch tuning or total detuning of the Piano).

  • Timbre slider that alters the tone of the instrument.

  • Dedicated Noise samples (12 velocities 2x Round Robin).

  • Dedicated Release samples.

  • Ability to create experimental sounds and FX with Noises, Sympathetic resonances, Detuning and Timbre control.

  • 14.520 samples (48kHz / 24-bit) originally recorded at 192 kHz.

  • 15 ready Presets (Kontakt Snapshots) with the ability to save your own favorite setups.

SoundCloud.com/neocymatics/sets/binaural-piano-demos

YouTube.com/watch?v=5LBE6PUZvIU

YouTube.com/watch?v=O-WO0K9Qyqc

Price: 88€ (there is an introductory price of 66€ until 10 / 10 / 2019).

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