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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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    I've been really happy with Imperfect Sample's piano VSTs (though I have NOT been happy with Fastspring and Paypal's dollar/euro exchange rates, which are far out of date).

    The ebony black grand Fazioli is just splendid, as well as the Braunschweig. I'll probably end up with almost all of them in the end.

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    California Keys has a Fazioli Grand (among other instruments/libraries) available on sale at KontaktHub. If you by the individual California Keys package, it will cost ~$500. If you buy the Producer Bundle, you will get four additional packages and the whole thing will cost ~$100 (90% off). Go figure. BTW, the California Keys package itself contains: Vintage E-Piano and Vintage W-Piano electric pianos; Vox Continental, Farfisa, and Hammond A100 organs; D6 Clavinet; and the Fazioli 10 ft grand with 10 mic channels, pedal sounds, key let offs, sustain pedal, all controllable via the V.M.S. dashboard. It alone is about a 36GB download. California Keys works with the Free Kontakt Player. The other four libraries (Master Studio Collection V1 & V2, Voices of Instanbul, Voices of the Aztecs) require the full version of Kontakt.

    California Keys Producers Collection

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    Those Faziolis sure are something. That Piano V is real nice too.

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    You can never have enough pianos:

    74% off "True Keys Pianos Bundle" by VI Labs

    Why isn't it "piani"?

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    Haha, good question!

    My Swissonic 88 finally arrived. Like it a great deal, except the feel of the aftertouch. Hope I can get used to it but have my doubts, it's really hard to control properly. We'll see.

    I am quite broke but happy. Piano V, the CS-80 V, and the Eighty Eight are doing well by me. I remember when the Production Grand 2 came out I nearly sprang for it due to the huge amount of samples and the John Wilson "Lands End" demo.

    But then I realized the sound was normally not quite like that for the other demos, and it wasn't a sound I would normally use piano wise so I held off. . . (I can't play like John Wilson). I rarely use the warmer piano sounds. Still may get it someday when I'm flush. I still haven't deepened my Imperfect Samples pianos beyond the basic versions, and I know I'd like them with more expressiveness.

    Yes lots to be thankful for this Thanksgiving and after. God is good.

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