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For this simple but yet incredibly powerful sample pack we restored a rhodes 73 stage piano and processed through analog gear!We were really determined on getting the most out of our brand new studio toy, so we collaborated with a grammy nominated pianist to achieve this goal.This pack includes:

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There are two basic file types you'll need to know - MP3s and WAVs. An MP3 is a compressed copy of an audio track that can be downloaded quickly. A WAV, or Waveform Audio File, is a digital format that supports higher quality, uncompressed audio, meaning it takes longer to download.

Both formats work in PowerPoint, but your choice depends on the type of presentation and how much music you want to include.To download music you need to add liked tracks to the Shopping cart, proceed to checkout and complete your payment. Download music instantly from the My Music > Tracks page.

You can't just take a popular hit and put it into your presentation. You need to right to use music in your production. Purchase and download royalty-free presentation music by Melody Loops to use in your PowerPoint or Keynote presentation.

The examples below give a few different notes of a few different orchestral instruments. The examples are excerpted from The McGill University Master Samples collection, a fabulous set of CDs of instruments playing every note in their range, recorded in studio conditions. The examples below have been downsampled to 11 kHz mono, but the original data is much higher quality.

Each row in the following table consists of a single pitch, described both by its musical name (chroma+octave) and its nominal frequency (on the A440 tuning scale). Thethe different columns give that note played by some different instruments, where available. Some instruments cannot play some notes, so those cells are blank.

Note (freq)pianotrumpetfluteviolinG3 (196 Hz)piano-G3trumpet-G3 C4 (261 Hz)piano-C4trumpet-C4violin-C4flute-C4G4 (392 Hz)piano-G4trumpet-G4violin-G4flute-G4C5 (523 Hz)piano-C5trumpet-C5violin-C5flute-C5G5 (784 Hz)piano-G5trumpet-G5violin-G5flute-G5C6 (1046 Hz)piano-C6trumpet-C6violin-C6flute-C6G6 (1568 Hz)piano-G6 violin-G6flute-G6For more instrument samples, check out the University of Iowa Musical Instrument Samples (MIS).

With the V-Piano, you can choose from beautifully crafted vintage grand-piano presets or you can create your own custom dream collection. Vary the hardness of the virtual hammer felts. Experiment with exotic string configurations and tunings. Put a world-famous grand under your fingertips or play a futuristic piano that has never been heard before.

An SFZ is a collection of files and directories, an SFZ file and a bunch of actual sound files in WAV or FLAC format, with the SFZ file being a text file that basically describes what sound file is located where and to be used for what instrument and pitch range.

Pick and add an instrument that use a staff style similar to one your sound would use, then change its sound in the Mixer.To use custom sound more easily, config instruments.xml to create a custom instrument in the "Choose Instruments" menu. This link also provide info on how to make a soundfont more compatible with MuseScore 3 such as adding sound change text (eg pizz.) support, adding MIDI CC response etc.

The tone, timbre and depth of a well-tempered acoustic piano has perhaps the widest expressive range of any instrument this side of a complete orchestra. Encapsulating the magic in digital audio samples, combined with a compelling way to play back these samples with grace and subtlety is something of a holy grail for plugin developers and VST users alike.

Oh, and you want that in a FREE VST? Is that even possible in a you-get-what-you-pay-for world? A flip through listings of digital performance pianos reveals prices topping $5,000 and if you want to fork out for a new Steinway concert grand, expect to part with about $150,000.

First, Keyzone Classic covers the gamut, albeit in a simple and straightforward manner. The Steinway Grand Piano patch competes with expensive piano plugins and even the onboard sounds of some hardware digital pianos. If you record lots of solo piano, this may be the one.

City Piano boasts four velocity layers (many of the others on this list use 3). The sampled acoustic piano is a Baldwin baby grand, and like the London Piano, volume, pan and ADSR are all the parameters you can play with. This is another take on the grand piano sound, probably not a solo recital sound, though still warm and authentic.

Coming from a company called SampleScience, you can be excused for expecting a high-end, feature-laden plugin. What you get with Room Piano, however, is a lo-fi, single-velocity character instrument. Another VST that makes only minor demands of your system resources, it nonetheless has a fistful of parameter shaping knobs. SampleScience has discontinued this plugin, but there are still downloads available if you dig.

Mokafix Audio took a synthesis route, rather than sampling for its Glue Reeds electric piano, approximating a reed-based analog keyboard that uses sticky pads rather than hammers. It makes for a softer attack than most electric pianos, sometimes almost synth-y in nature. Definitely an out-of-the-ordinary sound that could fit 60s pop, 70s fusion or it may take you off in other new directions. Perhaps the quirkiest piano on our list.

All downloads from this site are provided free of charge for educational purposes only, and the material contained in them should not be used for any commercial purpose without the express permission of the copyright holders.For projects hosted on other sites, please refer to their separate conditions of use. For more specific information on using the contents of this library in portfolios, research, publicity, competitions, teaching materials, etc. please refer to the usage FAQs.

MIDI (Instrument Digital Interface) is a tool, which allows computers and digital devices to communicate with each other and it is commonly used to manipulate virtual instruments in digital audio workstations, such as Logic Pro, Ableton, Cubase or Pro Tools.

Here you can find links to all of our entries, which feature collections of loops, hits and multisamples in a wide range of genres. And the great news is that you won't have to pay a penny to download any of them.

All the samples originally appeared on either a Computer Music or Future Music magazine cover disc. Check out their latest issues for many more, but first, scroll through the links below (ordered alphabetically), choose your genre and get downloading!

Since MuseNet knows many different styles, we can blend generations in novel ways.[^novel-ways] Here the model is given the first 6 notes of a Chopin Nocturne, but is asked to generate a piece in a pop style with piano, drums, bass, and guitar. The model manages to blend the two styles convincingly, with the full band joining in at around the 30 second mark:

We created composer and instrumentation tokens to give more control over the kinds of samples MuseNet generates. During training time, these composer and instrumentation tokens were prepended to each sample, so the model would learn to use this information in making note predictions. At generation time, we can then condition the model to create samples in a chosen style by starting with a prompt such as a Rachmaninoff piano start: 041b061a72


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