At last a contextual piano that actually sounds like it's in the same room as your orchestra. Recorded in the hall at air studios, this piano is designed to sit in with our entire orchestral range.The... Click To Read More About This Product
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At last a contextual piano that actually sounds like it's in the same room as your orchestra. Recorded in the hall at air studios, this piano is designed to sit in with our entire orchestral range.
The Orchestral grand collection features one of the finest players in London playing one of the finest instruments in London, each performance displaying a life and character rarely found in sample libraries. The great Jake ackson supervised the entirety of these sessions at œair studios in a spatially sound environment. Only the finest tube and ribbon mics were used on these sessions, and the signal path includes Bespoke Neve Monserrat pre-amps passed to the world™s largest Neve 88r desk, finally finding a home on meticulously maintained 2 tape. The conversion is accomplished with 96k 24bit Digital Prism A/D.
Orchestral Grand Piano is a super realistic œcontextual piano designed specifically to fit proudly within your full orchestral arrangements. Having recorded it in one of the greatest studios in the world we'e confident it will fit in with any palette. But if you'e an existing Spitfire user, this VI will seamlessly integrate.
Pianos tend to be recorded in a very scientific manner which is why, for larger orchestral mockups and realisations they can often be very difficult to blend in and mix. You will have no such problems here. Spitfire simply recorded the piano as they have the rest of their modules. In situ, a real-world setting with mics placed as they would be for any orchestral session. The end result a piano sounding as it would, where it would be and recorded as it would be for any of the great film scores to have been recorded in Air-Studios Lyndhurst Hall.
The library is presented with numerous microphone positions which you can not only mix and blend to fit the application you'e working on, but also automate for dramatic shifts in focus and depth. They're also fully output assignable for surround and 5.1 use. As mentioned before the definitive range is designed to fit in with Spitfire's entire orchestral canon, including Albion, BML and some of the Signature Range as if they're in the same room together