Native Instruments - BERLIN CONCERT GRAND KONTAKT HYBRiD (Incl UPDATE v1.2.0)
30.01.2010 | TEAM ASSiGN | PC, MAC | ENGLiSH | RAR SIZE 5.38 GB
26.12.2010 | UPDATE | TEAM DYNAMiCS | PC, MAC
The BERLIN CONCERT GRAND
is an exceptional instrument. Derived from Native Instruments' legendary AKOUSTIK PIANO software, its structural transparency, balanced register, and poetic and original style are the definitive characteristics of this concert piano. Sophisticated recording techniques using high-end equipment provided the raw material for the award-winning KONTAKT sample engine, ensuring the BERLIN CONCERT GRAND is indistinguishable from the original.THE CHARM OF ORIGINAL
International pianists and designers created the foundations for the BERLIN CONCERT GRAND. Its unique freshness, strength and musicality established new standards worldwide. Utilizing the standard duplex scale, the BERLIN CONCERT GRAND provides enormously expressive power right to the top of the highest treble- truly a charming, magical instrument, vibrant and full of life.ROOM TO BREATHE
A fine selection of venues combines the realism of real acoustic spaces with the flexibility and control possibilities of convolution-based signal processing. By merging the impulse response of an actual, existing acoustic environment over the signal itself, the sound acquires an incredibly authentic spatial character. Choose to use the dry signal as it is or blend in the characteristics of one of four different locations. Place the piano in the immediate, heady surroundings of a jazz club, within the grandeur of a concert hall, in the spacious ambience of a cathedral or the in the precise, pristine acoustics of a studio.ACCOMPLISHED COLLECTION
The world's most revered pianos are based on the award-winning and extremely powerful Native Instruments sampling engine, guaranteeing a completely realistic and reliable reproduction of the originals. The keys, including the full sustain and release phases, were sampled at ten different velocities. A specially designed recording technique ensured that the different velocities remained uniform throughout the recording process, delivering exceptionally linear results. High-end microphones and audio equipment delivered the best possible quality of recorded material while the Layer Morphing Technology generates a seamless dynamic gradient across the different velocity layers.