Theo Verelst Posted September 20, 2013 Share Posted September 20, 2013 Hi all Apart from the, possibly natural, desire to sound like R. Tee on the famous Simon and Garfunkel tune, I think it is a good idea to test out instruments with the most advanced music of certain styles. So here is a new piano I've worked on for the Kurzes (not LE thus far), which is really not easy enough to get at (meaning: don't try this at home if your programmers' ego is frail, I'm not kidding), and which I test (I didn't practice except once, but I knew the song when the "Live in C.P." album was just out and taught myself how to play it shortly after) with a part of "Bridge over Troubles Water": troubledwater.mp3 44.1kHz stereo 121s 256kbps (recorded straight from PC3 unbal. analog out, no edits or processing at all) No points if you point out the obvious sound limitations (about twice I think), kudos if you can properly lay down a description of the style matches and mismatches in this piece, and points if you can pinpoint the (deliberate, believe me) 3 errors. Sounds' not for download, sorry, I'll maybe next week make some e- and a- piano sample downloads which only work in one octave. T. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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