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#2881871 08/21/19 01:08 AM
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I need your advice - I wanted to recreate the sound of a home piano, but not in ruins and with falling keys, not honky-tonk, but a little frustrated, but pretty in my own way (I just have this at home).
Did it work or not, what do you think?
Where did the idea come from - you watch a movie, where the main character plays an old piano, and the sound is like a steinway piano ... But I want a more natural one. Do not look for a semi-detuned piano? So I'm experimenting with the Pianoteq settings.
https://soundcloud.com/yuripavl/glenn-miller-pennsylvania-65000
How?


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The easiest way to do this is to use bottom "Condition" slider. You can easily get randomized slightly(or terribly) detuned instrument.

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Originally Posted by Nordomus
The easiest way to do this is to use bottom "Condition" slider. You can easily get randomized slightly(or terribly) detuned instrument.

?? I dont find "condition" frown


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"Condition" is just under the four pedals.

Another interesting adjustment is the string length. You can't quite turn a grand into an upright as the relative lengths of bass and treble strings are so different. But shorter makes it at least a smaller grand more likely to be found at home.

And I think it worked pretty well.

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Originally Posted by clothearednincompo
"Condition" is just under the four pedals.

Another interesting adjustment is the string length. You can't quite turn a grand into an upright as the relative lengths of bass and treble strings are so different. But shorter makes it at least a smaller grand more likely to be found at home.

And I think it worked pretty well.

O!!!! Thanks!!!! But it’s very strange that in bass the value of unison width is> 0, although in bass the piano usually has one string for each key


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