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Originally Posted by navindra
upper two octaves revoiced in the ppp-mp range.
Ha! That’s exactly what I was complaining about. Did they read this thread?

I would test it but I’ve finally caught COVID and have almost no energy to stand up for the last two days...

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Originally Posted by CyberGene
Originally Posted by navindra
upper two octaves revoiced in the ppp-mp range.
Ha! That’s exactly what I was complaining about. Did they read this thread?

I would test it but I’ve finally caught COVID and have almost no energy to stand up for the last two days...

Prays sent your way Gene for a speedy recovery.


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If you don't have yourself a Pulse oximeter you should get one right away to keep checking your oxygen level Gene. If it goes down you need to get to the hospital stat!


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Thanks, please let’s not turn this into a COVID talk though 😀 It will certainly get closed by the mods!


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My wife was first, she was sick for a week and I was OK and thought I was somehow immune but... Couldn’t get away with it. All test confirmed. I have a pulse oximeter since it saved my mom in November, because based on a very low reading and despite feeling rather well she was urgently admitted to hospital and put on oxygen, they said right about time.

Now back to Pianoteq!

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Okay Gene. Hope you get to test the new 7.2 version and let us know your true feelings smile

I have been to busy to give the latest a whirl. I'm typing this at work frown


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Hang in there, CG, wish you a speedy recovery!

I was also wondering if Modartt had received your feedback... it's an interesting coincidence, for sure.

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There’s no such thing like coincidence. Take care, CG.

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Take care CG and best wishes for a quick and speedy recovery!

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Be well soon GyberGene. I tried out NY Steinway in version 7.2 yesterday and it's better balanced now so maybe you'll like it better. Personally I don't get along with the the Steinway D:s in Pianoteq. I like the B much more along with the Petrof (although they are very different from each other).


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CG: be sure to try PTQ only after you have fully recovered... One never knows what may happen. On the other hand, I was told that Pfizer is actively working on a vaccine for modeled sounds (it needs 3 doses...). Get well soon.

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Originally Posted by CyberGene
I’ve finally caught COVID and have almost no energy to stand up for the last two days...
Oh no frown Get plenty of vitamin K, aspirin, and sleep.


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Get well soon, CyberGene.


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Just got 7, still comparing 6 to 7, but noticing a technical issue. I've installed both 6 and 7 on two computers. Both work fine with ASIO4all on one computer. On the other, 6 works fine with ASIO4all, but 7 doesn't - it won't even load it up, and I have to default to Real ASIO. Not a big deal, since that one is for the missuz, and she uses it for the percussion sounds with her MalletStation, so 6 is fine, but it's odd nonetheless. Anyone else having this issue with 7?

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Originally Posted by vagfilm
CG: be sure to try PTQ only after you have fully recovered... One never knows what may happen. On the other hand, I was told that Pfizer is actively working on a vaccine for modeled sounds (it needs 3 doses...). Get well soon.

I've had the Astra-Zenica one. And for the first time ever, the SteinwayD on PTq sounded grand! Best wishes CG. Keep taking the tablets.


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GC might actually like PTQ because of Covid. Not a great selling point wink


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Originally Posted by CyberGene
Originally Posted by navindra
upper two octaves revoiced in the ppp-mp range.
Ha! That’s exactly what I was complaining about. Did they read this thread?

I would test it but I’ve finally caught COVID and have almost no energy to stand up for the last two days...

Hi Gene,

Careful when you think you've recovered: it can have a second wind if you try to do some work before you have really recovered. Hope you feel better soon 😎.


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CG: be sure to try PTQ only after you have fully recovered... One never knows what may happen. On the other hand, I was told that Pfizer is actively working on a vaccine for modeled sounds (it needs 3 doses...). Get well soon.

I've had the Astra-Zenica one. And for the first time ever, the SteinwayD on PTq sounded grand! Best wishes CG. Keep taking the tablets.

Don't say that: you might put off MacMacMac from having his vaccine shot!! 😉


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CG: be sure to try PTQ only after you have fully recovered... One never knows what may happen. On the other hand, I was told that Pfizer is actively working on a vaccine for modeled sounds (it needs 3 doses...). Get well soon.

I've had the Astra-Zenica one. And for the first time ever, the SteinwayD on PTq sounded grand! Best wishes CG. Keep taking the tablets.

Don't say that: you might put off MacMacMac from having his vaccine shot!! 😉

Now that one had me LOL


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Power increased in the bass range. Now that is what I like to hear laugh. Just joking, going to try this out tonight to see what has changed.

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