World's Fastest Virtual Piano?

Sound Magic releases Cocoa Piano      06/12/10

World's Fastest Virtual Piano?


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Sound Magic tell us that Cocoa Piano is a hybrid modeling piano specially designed for fast use in a music project and for those busy musicians who need a piano immediately. They say that they regard it as world's fastest virtual piano as it has a super fast loading time, no waiting time at all.Here's what they have to say about it...
Cocoa Piano runs fast, cost so little CPU and RAM that it could make more room for other instruments such as a big orchestra library.
You will understand how to use Cocoa Piano with a super fast speed. No need to read manual, for every control is easy to understand and also a balloon help will assist you well enough.
It features an authentic piano sound and it is easy to blend with other instruments. You can make it sits well in a mix. You only need to quickly adjust several controls and you will have an excellent sound.
Over 10 controls will allow you to adjust overall sound quickly and effectively. You won't waste a second in creating your unique sound.
There are also over 4 presets ready to use for different styles of music.
Last, for only $49, it is an incredible deal for a budget piano.
Cocoa Piano has standalone and VST version under Windows, VST and AU version under Mac.
Cocoa Piano features:
  • Hybrid Modeling Engine developed from acclaimed Blue Grand3D
  • Multi-microphone positions and microphone mixer enables users to mix between different microphone positions and create new sounds that easily fit into a mix.
  • Meticulous Dynamic Response controls enable users to adjust the dynamics of the piano, change the keyboard response, and achieve both realism and playability at the same time!
  • Faster load times. Smaller hard drive footprint, less memory and less CPU usage.
Pricing and Availability:
$49 More information:

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