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Absolute Piano : Erard Upright. This piano has been sampled from a half concert grand Bosendorfer 225. It has a very large musical spectrum sound. It has been recorded every 2 notes, with 4 level of velocity. V4 introduce smooth cross fade between each layer for a better transition between each velocity layer.
About the Erard Upright: This was my own piano when I was leaving in Paris. I spent a significant time to tune it and record it during the year 2007 just before I move to Florida USA. It has been recorded every 2 notes, with 4 level of velocity. V4 introduce smooth crossfade between each layer for a better transition between each velocity layer.
I like the common sound this piano deliver. Most upscale expensive pianos have a great sound, but very special and different from the piano people uses commonly. For me this sound is the real sound of a piano, the piano I learned to play with, the piano you can find at school or in people homes. Concert pianos have some magic, but will not trigger the same feeling as the one you play on your childhood piano...
That's what I wanted to achieve when I recorded this piano.
NEW: Version 4.2 upgrade for all pianos.
In this upgrade I introduce a new revolutionary concept that will be developed in the v5. If you purchased one of my pianos before, you must to upgrade and listen the new sound. The idea is to emulate not only the sound of the piano by using a quality soundbank and adding real time specific effects on it, but truly emulate the resonance of the piano from the inside.
I have updated some demos with the new piano engine. You can compare and listen here.
What's new in version 4?
What the Absolute Piano can do for you?
The Absolute Piano concept is to bring to the pianist a lightweight yet fantastic sounding piano emulation, where you have plethora of options to enjoy playing your favorite pieces, but using today's technology for a new exciting musical experience.
Polyphony : the Absolute piano can play 128 notes simultaneously!