Steinway Piano Collection Updated

US Sound Magic releases Mega Blue v2.0      16/01/23

Steinway Piano Collection Updated


Sound Magic has released Mega Blue v2.0. Here's the story in their own words...

Mega Blue is a piano collection specially devoted to Steinway pianos, the most famous brand in the piano world. Mega Blue not only includes the full version of Blue Grand and Thor, but also provides extra piano sets for more Steinway pianos. And it is the most comprehensive Steinway piano collection on the market due to the variety of Steinway sound it provides.

Major Changes since the last version:

  • Updated and re-arranged piano sets, delete several old ones and added new ones.
  • Replace Machine I.D system with disturb-free watermark system.
  • Fixes errors under Apple M1 chips.

Sound Magic has also updated Neo Orchestra CE to v1.1.

Changes:

  • Add Tutorials with MIDI project files.
  • Add Percussion group for Orchestra.
  • Lower the delay for some samples.

 

Pricing and Availability:

Mega Blue v2.0 is available now for $169 until April 12th, 2023 (Reg. $249).

More information:

 



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