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    Art Vista Virtual Grand Piano -VSTi


    Virtual Grand Piano is the Grand Piano that fits into your home
    computer! The extensive recordings of a Hamburg Steinway B Concert
    Grand have been edited and programmed so that you can enjoy the
    perfect realism of a real Grand Piano in your living room, without
    the need to make space for one! The high quality of these
    recordings will also allow you to create professional CD-quality
    piano recordings without the need to ever visit a recording studio.

    A large number of recording styles are covered by the numerous

    All this is possible by the combination of the Art Vista instrument
    recordings (samples), and the KONTAKT Player technology provided by
    Native Instruments. This Virtual Instrument can be used both on PC
    and Mac computers. It is ready to be played - without any additional
    software! Use it either as a stand-alone "Virtual Instrument" or as
    a "plug-in" together with your favorite audio recording software.

    Choose the preset you want, and tweak it as you like with the sound
    shaping controls on the interface. There are knobs for Progressive
    Tone Control (EQ 1), Tone Control (EQ 2), Reverb, Instrument Stereo
    Width, Compression, as well as knobs for Volume, Pan, and Tuning.
    Advanced users can also control additional sound-shaping interior
    parameters by sending MIDI continuous controllers from other
    software, or from their keyboard.

    Seven Basic Presets

    CLASSIC PIANO - Recreates the keyboard response and dynamics of
    the originally recorded concert grand piano.

    POP PIANO - Provides the slightly brighter and more powerful
    keyboard response needed in pop music.

    JAZZ PIANO - Has the same keyboard response as the CLASSIC PIANO,
    but with a mellow tone. This preset will consume twice the
    polyphony of the other patches, and is therefore more demanding
    on your computer system.

    GOSPEL PIANO - Has an ultra-powerful dynamic response that will
    make the whole piano sing.

    ROCK PIANO - Same keyboard response as in the GOSPEL PIANO, but
    with only "pedal-up" notes to provide an even brighter and
    punchier response. This piano has a smaller "footprint" and is
    less demanding on computer system resources.

    LIGHT PIANO - The preset with the smallest demands on your
    computer system. But don't let the size fool you! Even this
    smallest preset presents the sound of a full-bloodied Concert
    Grand Piano.

    COMPRESSED PIANO - To present the richest possible sound, this
    preset has been programmed to load with compression. The
    compression effect will amplify the softer nuances of the piano
    sounds, and enhance the overall sonority of the piano. As a
    result, the dynamics of the piano's output are not as wide, but
    the timbre will still reflect every nuance played.

    Natural Room Reverb or "Studio Dry"

    The basic presets come in two versions: "Wet" or "Dry." The
    natural recital hall reverb was recorded for each note of every
    dynamic. In the "Wet" presets this natural hall reverb can be
    heard, and will add an ultimate realism to the sound of the piano
    as you experience the sense of space where the piano is played.

    The "Dry" presets do not have the true hall reverb, but are
    instead programmed to give a "Studio Dry" decay to the piano
    sound. If you prefer to add your own reverb, these presets
    will give you the chance to do so. The "Dry" presets are also
    less demanding on your computer's processing power.

    Eight Special Effects Presets

    CHORUS PIANO - This preset is programmed with a "chorus" effect.
    When used sparingly, it can make the piano sound "richer."
    Higher settings can make the piano sound like an out-of-tune piano.

    DELAY PIANO - A "delay" effect is pre-programmed, and will add a
    bouncing echo.

    FLANGER PIANO - A "flanger" effect is pre-programmed, and will add
    a "spacey" stereo effect.

    PHASER PIANO - A "phaser" effect is pre-programmed and will add
    a swooshing quality to the sound.

    MULTI EFFECT PIANO - A combination of phaser and flanger has been

    UNDERWATER PIANO - Simultaneous use of all effects makes this preset
    really weird sounding!

    VIOLIN PIANO - A slow attack lets the tone fade in, as if played by
    a violin!

    SPACE PIANO - Multiple effects in combination with a slow attack.
    A real Sci-Fi effect!

    Twenty-two Recording Style Presets

    These presets have been programmed to emulate the recording styles
    of pianos heard on famous recordings by various artists from the
    1950's through 2005.

    Sustain Pedal Sounds

    If you record your Virtual Grand Piano performance, you can also add
    the sounds of the sustain pedal going up and down. A separate preset
    with only these sounds can be loaded after you have finished your
    piano performance.

    The pedal sounds are mapped to "middle-C," and respond to dynamics -
    an abrupt quick down-and up movement will result in a realistic
    corresponding pedal noise. The pedal sounds presets can be found in
    the folder: "Sustain Pedal Sounds" next to the folders for Hard,
    Medium, and Soft presets.

    The Control Knobs

    The interface of the Virtual Grand Piano has eight control knobs that
    will allow you to customize the sound of each preset according to your
    personal taste! These knobs are loaded with a preset value. In the
    "Basic Presets," and in the "Recording Style Presets" the knob
    assignments are:

    Knob 1 - EQ 1. A "progressive" tone control that has larger effect
    on the lower parts of the keyboard. With this EQ, you can filter out
    the bass frequencies of your left-hand playing without affecting the
    right hand solos. When making your own recordings, this is a way to
    emulate different microphone set-ups. Note: No note should be longer
    than 45-50 sec when "EQ 1" is used. At around 50sec into the note
    there will be a slight bump in volume. Note 2: In the "Recording
    Style Presets" Knob 1 is assigned to Reverb Room Size. The Room Size
    control is only active when Reverb is set to a value higher than "0".

    Knob 2 - EQ 2. A tone control that affects the whole keyboard range
    equally. Turn the knob clock-wise to make the piano sound "thinner."
    Use this control on its own, or together with "EQ 1" to shape the
    sound of the piano so it will "sit right" in a mix with other
    instruments. This control is also practical to adjust the amount of
    bass frequencies when playing back from your home stereo speakers.

    Knob 3 - Reverb. Turning this knob clockwise will add a digital
    room reverb (not to be confused with the true hall reverb available
    in the "Wet" presets). If the knob is left at 0%, the Reverb will
    be disconnected and will not put any strain on the computer processor.

    Knob 4 - Width. Regulates the stereo width of the piano sound.
    At a 50% setting the stereo width will be the perspective actually
    recorded. At a setting higher than 50%, the stereo width will be
    artificially expanded. A smaller setting than 50% will render a
    shrunken stereo width. This effect comes in handy if you would
    like to change the placement of the piano on the sound stage.
    Just shrink the stereo width of the piano, and then use the "Pan"
    control knob to shift the piano to the left or to the right.
    Turning the knob all the way counter-clockwise will result in a
    mono signal.

    Knob 5 - Compression. Turning this knob clock-wise will amplify
    the softer sounds in the piano. The result will be a richer
    sounding piano with less dynamic difference between soft and loud.
    To compensate for the overall higher volume, you may need to turn
    down the volume knob somewhat.

    Knob 6 - Tune. This knob will adjust the overall tuning up or down.

    Knob 7 - Pan. This control moves the sound to either Left or Right
    in the stereo perspective. Use this knob with "Knob 4" to position
    the piano on the sound stage (stereo field).

    Knob 8 - Volume. Turn the Volume knob to a value above "0" for a
    louder sound. Values below "0" will lower the sound.

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