[linux-audio-user] nice piano
tdhoward at gmail.com
Fri Dec 15 14:58:53 EST 2006
On 12/15/06, Paul Winkler <pw_lists at slinkp.com> wrote:
> Cool, the samples sound very nice.
> I'll probably buy that (or maybe Black Grand) if I ever get "serious".
> On Fri, Dec 15, 2006 at 07:45:55AM +0000, James Stone wrote:
> > White Grand and Rain Piano (both from http://www.sampletekk.com/
> > are both very nice.. WG for more pop/rock/jazz piano, RP for the
> > sound of that almost-in-tune piano you might find in a pub!!).
> > Also "The Emperor" from Post pianos http://www.postpiano.com/ has
> > a lovely sound, but the gig files are corrupted and missing some
> > notes at some velocities (at least on LS!).. I emailed post about
> > this but have never received a satisfactory reply. That being
> > said, Michiel seems a very nice guy and is generally quite
> > helpful.
> > LS will work with proper 32 bit samples now. It used to read 32
> > bit but play them back at 16 bit. The new license that Mark
> > refers to is a modification of the GPL fobidding the use of the
> > code in commercial hardware or software projects without the
> > consent of the authors. This is what they say on the FAQ:
> Paul Winkler
While you are at the Post Piano page, check out the "Old Lady" and
"Bosendorfer 290" libraries. I have these, and they sound awesome
with LS. (Of course, not _all_ the instruments in the gig files work,
but there are both wet and dry instruments on both that work
perfectly.) If you want to get these, be sure to get both the GS2 +
GS3 libraries. (Available on one DVD for $50 US, and a steal at that!)
Some restrictions apply. See store for details. Not available in
counties in Oregon beginning with the letter L... blah blah blah.
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