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    Quote Originally Posted by kcearl View Post
    Im really digging the Arturia one now...
    Is that the Piano V ?


    Here's a free one that just became available (you never know):
    Pianowa for Kontakt - Analog Synths and Softsynths, Samples, Patches

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    For the next 7 days, three TrueKeys pianos (SteinwayD, Fazioli, and Bechstein grands), for $100: I don't know anything about these outside of reviews I've read.
    https://audioplugin.deals/

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    Until 4-24, UVI has their Grand Piano Collection (five pianos) for $74.

    https://www.uvi.net/en/pianos-keyboa...ollection.html


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    Quote Originally Posted by Paj View Post
    Until 4-24, UVI has their Grand Piano Collection (five pianos) for $74.

    https://www.uvi.net/en/pianos-keyboa...ollection.html

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    Those are some nice pianos!

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    Quote Originally Posted by inkline View Post
    Those are some nice pianos!
    I can only vouch for one of them---the Steinway D, which UVI and KVR gave away for free a while ago as a bonus for making a purchase. Came with seven modes/variations. Sounds nice (clean and open) right out of the box; has necessary settings/adjustments for modifying playability and response. I do often call it up because it's a quick load for a straight sound. I'm not a pianist so your requirements may vary.

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