Q: Can I use a low-pass filter to remove noise from my recording?
Q: How should I set the gain make-up control on my compressor?
A brief introduction to equalization for the home recording studio
How to make your recordings sound great in the car
What is production? Part 2: Arrangement
How do you know when your performance has peaked?
Q: How can I can I tune my mixer to get a better recording?
How much mastering does a Pink Floyd soundalike band need?
One simple step you must take to make sure your masters sound really great
Do microphones need rest?
K-Sounds has now formatted the second volume in their Piano library for the Korg Triton. Piano 2 features stereo, velocity-switched samples of a Kawai EX concert grand piano, fully programmed and ready to play. Piano 2 also includes a sample-based emulation of sympathetic string resonance.
Sixteen solo piano programs and twenty-three combinations cover a wide variety of applications and styles. Programs vary in brightness, timbre, and dynamic response. Combinations layer piano programs with electric pianos, B3 organs, pads, orchestras, string sections, and real-time sympathetic string resonance. Piano-bass keyboard splits are offered as well.
Eleven two-velocity configurations are included, ranging from 43Mb to 95Mb. K-Sounds' sympathetic string resonance emulation is included in five of these configurations, starting at 59Mb.
Piano 2 may be purchased by itself for $115.00 or as part of the Triton Piano Package (Volume 1 and Piano 2) for $225.00.
For more information, visit their web site at www.ksounds.com