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  • Advertisement title: [S] [New release] The Oeser, piano library for NI Kontakt
  • Price: 75 EUR
  • Date: 02 May 2022, 12:54

  • Description:

    Key Instruments

    We are a new Dutch developer of virtual instruments for the Native Instruments platform.
    And we are very proud of our first release "The Oeser", which is a 150 year old Viennese baby grand piano with a very rich and intimate tone.
    This piano was recorded @ the Key studios in the most pure way, with world class microphones and preamps. It is not an overproduced, polished piano, but just a very good piano with more character than Elton John. A true singer/songwriter piano, which will spark creativity by the unique sound and recording styles.

    What you get

    We have recorded the piano in 4 ways: Pure, Felted, Muted and Picked. Where the first 2 are fairly obvious, the Muted was accomplished by hand muting the strings which gave it a plucky sound and the Picked was done by playing the strings with a guitar pick which made the piano sound like a harpsichord.
    This resulted in a gigantic NKS library of 30GB and is also compatible with the free Kontakt Player. The 8 knobs of our simplified interface corresponds with the 8 knob layout of Native Instruments' Komplete Kontrol midi keyboards.

    Key features

    • Full length samples (up to 1:45)
    • Real time sustain cross-over
    • Create your own balans with 3 microphone positions
    • Adjustable playability
    • Add pedal and mechanical noises to taste
    • True sympathetic resonance
    • Not normalized or compressed, to match the real experience
    • CPU friendly while using ridiculous amounts of voices

    Learn more

    Check our website for more information and previews, or watch the introduction and walkthrough on our YouTube page.
    Also, Simeon Amburgey of PraiseTracks created an awesome review on YouTube.

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