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he C7Grand library is based on a Yamaha C7 Grand piano. The C7 is the biggest of the C series (227cm / 7'6") and is one of the most used pianos as it is present on many concert stages, studios and prestigious music events. We wanted to capture its delicate, bright and precise sound that you hear everywhere, so we used every technology and piano simulation tools that we worked on over the years and here it is, the C7 Grand with all of the features you can think of, multiple microphones (3 different stereo perspectives), half pedal, repedal, sympathetic resonances and many other that we will detail below. It is also very customizable as we know that not everybody has the same digital piano or has the same taste, you can change every aspect of it, the overall sound, the tuning (even complex microtuning are possible) or the MIDI response.

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Kontakt 5 + Piano Library vs PianoTeq 5 Pro

...of the older instruments. Ivory with everything they make including American D but none of the uprights though. Ravenscroft 275 Pro Acoustic Samples C7 Grand Addictive Keys Studio Grand. I play jazz, pop, rock, Broadway etc. Everything but classical. HTH.

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Kontakt 5 + Piano Library vs PianoTeq 5 Pro

Hello Loopy, Thank you for the input. Out of curiosity, what library of the ones that you own would you say is best suited for hard rock (and possibly pop)? Also, of all the libraries you're currently using, which two would be your most used? Thank you, Nelson

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10 of the best virtual pianos right now

...Production Voices Grand 2 represents perhaps the biggest effort to date to capture the famous Yamaha C7 Grand with all its nuance and finesse. Boasting eight microphone positions (that even include a microphone under the piano), the Grand 2 team spared no expense in order to achieve their goal. That includes not only a...

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