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Adam Monroe's Austrian Grand Piano

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Acoustic Grand Piano Plugin by Adam Monroe Music
Adam Monroe's Austrian Grand Piano
Adam Monroe's Austrian Grand Piano by Adam Monroe Music is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin, an Audio Units Plugin and an AAX Plugin.
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1.7
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32/64-bit Windows based operating system, 4 GB RAM, SSD drive/audio interface recommended.
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Adam Monroe's Austrian Grand is a grand piano sample library for VST/AU/AAX and Kontakt. This library was created by sampling a 100 year old Bruder Mikula Wien grand piano through a stereo-pair of AEA R84 ribbon microphones. It exists to fill the gap between bright and mellow piano libraries. The plugin features 10 velocity layers, 2 note round-robin, and over 4 gigs of sampled data. Reverb can be incrementally added, and frequency cuts can be triggered via toggle switches to assist the user in shaping the instrument's tone. The piano has a semi-bright, yet warm, aged-tone. Subtle key noise was left in to add to the realism of the library. The VST version features multi-threaded double buffering and fast C-style arrays and performs well, even on older computers and in lower latencies.

Supports 44.1, 48, 88.2, and 96 kHz sample rates through cubic interpolation.

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