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Rock piano Audio Unit/Library/Etc

Postby MarkOne » Wed Mar 27, 2019 7:40 pm

Looking for a bright rock piano that would really cut through live.

I have the old NI Akoustik Pianos (Bosendorfer, Steinway and Bechstein), and Aliicia's Keys. I also have the Logic bundled pianos, but everything is a bit too mellow,polite or dark for what I have in mind. Alicias Keys is great if the piano is exposed or the lead instrument, but if I'm hammering out backing keys, I am looking for something that is nice and bright.

Doesn't have to be super detailed, this is for a live set where I'm using mainstage.

Ideas?
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Re: Rock piano Audio Unit/Library/Etc

Postby Guido3 » Wed Mar 27, 2019 10:02 pm

I use Pianoteq live with Mainstage. You can download a trial version to see if it suits. Tiny files sizes means it’s bullet proof live. Plenty of options to try - Rock Piano YC5 may fit the bill.

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