Sound Magic has released BlueStone Piano Convertible Version 2.5, which they describe as a great leap in modeled piano technology. Here's what they have to say about it...
"BlueStone Piano starts with the robust Steinway sound, utilizing these powerful harmonics to create the unsurpassed authenticity and complexity that has long been a standard in concert halls around the world. BlueStone Piano has successfully captured the highly resonant wooden body flavor of a vintage Steinway built in 1927 and also managed to represents its unique singing tone through Sympathetic Resonance and soundboard resonant. It is a very emotional piano with great dynamic.
Our Industrial Best NEO Hybrid Modeling Engine offers you the best from both the sampling and modeling worlds! The Authentic Sound of Sampling combined with the Playability of a Modeling Piano makes for a piano experience that you have to try to believe!
By utilizing the powerful NEO Hybrid Modeling Engine, BlueStone Piano offers the best from the two worlds, Realistic Sound from Sampling and Playability from Modeling. NEO Hybrid Modeling Engine leads virtual pianos to an entire new level by providing an instantaneous feeling, truer and richer in sound and it sounds alive!"
Changes since Version 2.1
Pricing and Availability:
BlueStone Piano costs €99.
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