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The mighty Steinway D Hamburg Grand Piano. Recorded in all its glory in a concert hall for a genuine concert grand experience!With its 16
velocities, it will provide you with unparalleled dynamic response, ranging from delicate pianissimo to roaring forte. Controls for Hammerback, Pedal noise, Ambience and Resonance gives you full control over the sound and
timbre.This instrument works equally well for playing Rachmaninov to Jerry Lee, and all things in between!HighlightsMore than 1100 samples16 velocity levelsMultiple controls for different aspects of piano soundsThe Controls Hammerback – The
sound of the piano hammers falling back after hitting the strings.Pedal – The sound that the sustain pedal makes
when pressed or releasedAmbience – STP Classic Grand was recorded in a concert hall with great acoustics. By increasing this control, you can go from a dry sound to the full ambience of the hall.Resonance – When pressing the sustain pedal, you lift
the dampers from all the strings, so when you hit a note, all strings resonates. Here you can set the amount of resonance you want to have. Please note that high settings might be a bit unnatural, but sounds pretty cool!The X/Y PadWith the X/Y pad, you
can mangle your piano sound and create interesting textures. See that little cross at the top right corner? That’s what you can drag around the X/Y
pad and changes the timbre of the piano.Dragging it vertically,
will change the tone of the piano, making it thinner the lower you go. Dragging it horizontally, you will add distortion.
You can also, of
course, combine the two and place the cross anywhere on the x/y pad.
Minimum:OS: Windows 7, 8, or 10 (32- or 64-bit)Processor: 2.6GHz Intel or AMD multi-core processorGraphics: 1280x800 (1920 x 1080+ recommended)Storage: 225 MB available spaceSound Card: ASIO compatible hardware is recommended