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Topic: Piano vst, really interesting.  (Read 378 times)

Offline helen larke

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Piano vst, really interesting.
on: June 27, 2022, 04:47:08 PM
Vsl bosendorfer vst is really incredible, this video is really interesting and explains and demo it really well, Iím thinking of buying one of theirs. 

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Re: Piano vst, really interesting.
Reply #1 on: June 28, 2022, 10:27:51 AM
No offense, but I didn't think it was anything spectacular... it still has a plastic sound to it unfortunately.

Not that my Kontakt Grandeur is any better, but I wasn't impressed.

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Re: Piano vst, really interesting.
Reply #2 on: July 19, 2022, 11:38:45 PM
Interesting.
Sometimes people listen on their phone or on laptop speakers.
My computer has USB out to an M-Audio Fasttrack Pro, and from their to an Onkyo stereo feeding RTi speakers. 
I thought the VST sounded good but sort of processed.  I've never played a Bosendorfer but I listened to this youtube video (skip the first 3 minutes of chatter to where he plays) and it didn't sound quite the same to me.  But who knows, at 70 my tinnitus is pretty loud too.

Tim
 

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