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How to Get Synthogy Ivory Grand Pianos II KONTAKT for Free with Torrent


The instruments vary from Baroque harpsichords and Steinway & Sons classical grand pianos, to rock pianos and auxiliary instruments like the xylophone and celeste.




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The library bundle includes a vast array of presets, allowing you to preview the grand pianos in a different recording environment (microphone placements, hall/room types, reverberation, etc.) and to adjust these nuances accordingly.


Garritan is garbage. I have most of those VST libraries. Most of them have been uninstalled. The only ones that I still use consistently are Pianoteq Pro 7 Studio Bundle and Keyscape. And as far as acoustic grand pianos are concerned, Pianoteq Pro has no competition. I keep Keyscape purely for the electrics.


Galaxy II contains three grand pianos: the Vienna Grand (a powerful Bösendorfer Imperial), the 1929 German Baby Grand (a Vintage Blüthner baby grand), and the 5 star awarded Galaxy Steinway in stereo and 5.1 surround. Galaxy II K4 is based on Native Instruments' Kontakt engine, presenting new features, better performance and a completely redesigned direct access user interface.The upcoming version Galaxy II K4 is based on Native Instruments' Kontakt engine, presenting new features, better performance and a completely redesigned direct access user interface. Version 4 offers true half pedaling, true repedaling and dynamically playable pedal, damper and string noises when using a continuous sustain pedal.


Galaxy II is the successor to the acclaimed Galaxy Steinway 5.1 grand piano, with the addition of two more instruments - the Vienna Grand Imperial (Bosendorfer Imperial 290, famous for its powerful soundboard and low end) and a 1929 German Baby Grand (Bluthner), which has a warm, vintage character and intimate tone. The Galaxy Steinway itself is the concert hall Model D 270, recorded in both stereo and 5.1 surround. Needless to say, all three pianoswere captured using the very best mics and recording equipment, without the application of EQ or Compression.Using Native Instruments' latest Kontakt 2 Player, Galaxy II operates as standalone instrument or as a VST, AU, RTAS and DXi plug-in. As with all KP2 instruments, the interface has been specially tailored to suit the task in hand, offering a range of creative sound-shaping tools including two reverbs (one of which is an impulse response), effects and impressive tone controls. An interesting feature is the single-knob tone control, which is not the usual EQ. Instead it uses different samples for different settings, dynamically mapping and balancing the volume differences between the softer and harder samples.Multi-sampled at several velocity levels and at whole step intervals, all three pianos sound terrific. Testbericht : Galaxy II MusicTech Magazine - October 2007 Galaxy II is the successor to the acclaimed Galaxy Steinway 5.1 grand piano, with the addition of two more instruments - the Vienna Grand Imperial (Bosendorfer Imperial 290, famous for its powerful soundboard and low end) and a 1929 German Baby Grand (Bluthner), which has a warm, vintage character and intimate tone. The Galaxy Steinway itself is the concert hall Model D 270, recorded in both stereo and 5.1 surround. Needless to say, all three pianoswere captured using the very best mics and recording equipment, without the application of EQ or Compression.Using Native Instruments' latest Kontakt 2 Player, Galaxy II operates as standalone instrument or as a VST, AU, RTAS and DXi plug-in. As with all KP2 instruments, the interface has been specially tailored to suit the task in hand, offering a range of creative sound-shaping tools including two reverbs (one of which is an impulse response), effects and impressive tone controls. An interesting feature is the single-knob tone control, which is not the usual EQ. Instead it uses different samples for different settings, dynamically mapping and balancing the volume differences between the softer and harder samples.Multi-sampled at several velocity levels and at whole step intervals, all three pianos sound terrific.


The piano is one of the most popular instruments in the world, so creating the best piano VSTs, for realistic software virtual piano emulation, has been the number one priority for software and DAW developers for the last couple of decades. As such, most DAWs already ship with decent enough software pianos, but they don't usually offer quite the nuanced character and breadth of dynamic sound you can expect from a real upright or concert grand. Third-party software developers have therefore been falling over themselves to create even better software virtual pianos so there are now loads of options out there.


If you aren't focussed on grand pianos, but the keyboard being your main instrument, then there are two other options that deliver great piano sounds alongside all sorts of other key-based instruments. Spectrasonics Keyscape (opens in new tab) is just about every keyboard instrument you can imagine in one package. Expensive, yes, but its quality emulations and effects are right up there with the best software instruments available. Finally, one of the few modelled instruments that scores well whenever a new version is released is Modartt's Pianoteq, an instrument that will run light on any system but sounds anything but light, and with loads of purchasing options for any budget level.


In a marketplace positively bristling with virtual pianos, meaningful cost evaluations can only be made by comparing like with like, so let's take a look at other sampled (as opposed to modelled) Steinway D grand pianos currently on sale as single instruments.


Ivory virtual pianos maintain their excellent reputation with a great-sounding American Steinway Model 'D' grand from the early 1950s, a personal favourite of piano legend Glenn Gould. Boasting 20 velocity layers, the sampled version sounds fabulous, plays like a dream and works well for every style of music, with the possible exception of Hard House and Black Metal.


Steinway is a renowned company, very famous for its amazing pianos. These instruments have shaped the history of music since 1853 and continue today. The amazing work done by the e-instruments team of developers showcases the best details about such beautiful grand pianos in a simple Kontakt library.


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