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Tips on how to analyze sampled Pianos
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Tips on how to analyze sampled Pianos

Hi, I am on Cubase and want to attempt to analyze the difference between the sampled sounds a few Piano VSTs. I want to compare the spectrum's of NI Pianos in their Komplete colleciton, Addictive Keys Pianos and Arturia's Piano V using their default init settings with no effects.

Could anyone offer some suggestions as to what I should look for? Is there a particular area of the spectrum where a acoustic piano would occupy which indicates its sampled more authentically?
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The best analyzing tool for sound is your hearing.
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Is there a particular area of the spectrum where a acoustic piano would occupy which indicates its sampled more authentically?
We do no hear with our eyes, so a picture cannot tell us if it sounds are more authentic other sounds. Your ears will tell you what sounds more authentic, not a picture graph.
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