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Topic: PMI Bosie 290 V.I. - beautiful but too harsh?

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    PMI Bosie 290 V.I. - beautiful but too harsh?

    Hopefully I can explain my problem without getting to vague. I am trying to make a recording using the PMI Bosendorfer 290 Virtual Instrument. I am using the Bosie as a VST in Cubase SX, with a Yamaha P90 as MIDI input. Obviously I\'m used to playing real pianos but I do not have the equipment to record a piano live, and I love the sound of this library.

    As a piano player I am known for my \"delicate\" touch, as I tend to play on the soft side. However, when playing the PMI Bosie 290, it seems as if the end result is always much \"harsher\" (by a lack of better words) then I intended. It seems difficult to play softly and consistently, so I (unintentionally) gravitate to playing too loud.

    I\'ve noticed a \"velocity\" curve in the Kompakt player. Is this the way to go, in other words, does it make sense to adjust that parameter, since the library is maybe meant for a different type of MIDI keyboard?

    I appreciate your help!

    Dennis

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    Re: PMI Bosie 290 V.I. - beautiful but too harsh?

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    I\'ve noticed a \"velocity\" curve in the Kompakt player. Is this the way to go, in other words, does it make sense to adjust that parameter, since the library is maybe meant for a different type of MIDI keyboard?

    Dennis

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    That\'s what it for.

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    Re: PMI Bosie 290 V.I. - beautiful but too harsh?

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    [ QUOTE ]
    I\'ve noticed a \"velocity\" curve in the Kompakt player. Is this the way to go, in other words, does it make sense to adjust that parameter, since the library is maybe meant for a different type of MIDI keyboard?

    Dennis

    [/ QUOTE ]

    That\'s what it for.

    [/ QUOTE ]

    Also, the P90 has three velocity settings, as well as a \"constant\" velocity. You can play around with those along with the Kompakt curves hopefully getting what your need.

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