Christian's Free Triple Felt Piano

Discussion in 'EXS24' started by synthpunk, Aug 6, 2017.

  1. bigcat1969

    bigcat1969 Senior Member

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    Updated Kontakt version. (requires 5.6.8).
    Features: EQ, Convolution Reverb, Envelope Controls, Keyswitched Piano w Release, Piano wo Release and Pads, Volume Control for Release and Pedal Release, Pads only nki with Pads Volume to stack for piano plus pads. Uses pedal and non-pedal samples.

    http://www.mediafire.com/file/j2mdm5zsy42yi4g/Triple_Felt_Piano_Take_3.zip

    Note you can midi learn the pads volume to your modwheel to get the pads xfade.
     
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    synthpunk Senior Member

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    I think the main point was to see if it could be accomplished in EXS24.

     
  3. anp27

    anp27 Active Member

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    I totally agree but all of the non - Logic users here started feeling left out! :)
     
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  4. Creston

    Creston Active Member

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    @bigcat1969

    Any chance of a reload of your Kontakt instrument? I seem to only be able to find a version that has the piano and pads together. I'd love to be able to turn off one or the other and do like what you said about fading in the pad.

    The sustain pedal on the EXS24 version seems to create an odd sound as well, anyone else notice this?
     
  5. mouse

    mouse Active Member

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    Agreed - would be great to get the Kontakt instrument again if possible please
     
  6. Nite Sun

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    Any chance of a re-up?
     
  7. bigcat1969

    bigcat1969 Senior Member

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  8. A3D2

    A3D2 Active Member

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    Anyone else having issues loading the EXS piano from Christian? When I load it in Logic 9 all the samples are unlinked... Maybe because he made the instrument on Logic X? I suppose that might confuse Logic 9 :)
     

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