Affordable Bosendorfer For Your DAW

US Sound Magic releases Neo Piano Chapters: Imperial      24/01/22

Affordable Bosendorfer For Your DAW


Sound Magic has announced availability of Neo Piano Chapters: Imperial, its latest hybrid modelling virtual instrument for Mac (AU 32-/64-bit, VST 32-/64-bit) and Windows (VST 32-/64-bit), which they say aims at providing the highest quality piano sound with an affordable price. This is what they have to say about it...

Neo Piano Chapters: Imperial features one of the two piano sets of Imperial Grand, which is also one of Sound Magic's oldest pianos, the nominee of 29th TEC Award. It samples from a Bosendorfer 290 Special Edition which has a famously rich and dark sound, the Bosendorfer 290SE establishes an incredible level of realism through hyper-detailed sound. From bass to highs, its rarity stands out across music genres ranging from new age to classical.

Neo Piano Chapters: Imperial is powered by Hybrid Modeling technology and HD Velocity Layer 3 with HDR (High Dynamic Range) technology (support up to 65,536 velocity layers) providing a natural boost to expressive power that can be felt with every strike of the keys. Along with the new Neo Piano engine, which achieves 400 times more variations than a traditional sample engine, every note played is unique, creates vivid sound representation, and strikes a rich, accurate tone even with small movement. In essence, it's an instrument with a musical soul instead of a machine feel. What is more, in this new version we allow you to experience this in a system which only supports 127 velocity layers by applying HDR. This makes this technology can be used without any cost upgrading your MIDI system.

Resonances play an important role in a piano's sound. It adds extra beauty to the overall sound. Reality dictates that every grand piano's sizeable soundboard reflects sound that resonates in conjunction with the wooden body of the instrument itself. Indeed, it is this continuous process that makes every note played sound so unique. Ultimately, in order to simulate this behavior, Sound Magic captured multi-angled IRs (Impulse Responses) from the soundboard, and then used modelling technology to convert those IRs into Multi-Dimensional Resonance algorithms. The result? An amazingly true-to-life concert hall sound readily available at anyone's fingertips!

Pricing and Availability:
$49 until April 21st, 2022 (MSRP: $99)

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