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    Help! Need Variable Sustain Pedal (not just on/off)

    I need help to know which samlpers and/or piano libraries can emulate a partially depressed sustain pedal and/or realistic representation of sustain pedal a la Debussy...I hope my intention is clear even though I am only an grosse amateur at piano (I have been working extensively at piano sequencing via cubase editor to hide my incompetance as much as possible, so all suggestions are welcomed)

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    Re: Help! Need Variable Sustain Pedal (not just on/off)

    Kornel Mezo's Sympathetic Resonance K2 script can do this, which in turn means K2 can do it, I suppose. The script supports the wonderful Black Grand, White Grand and TBO/7CG libraries from SampleTekk, as well as some libraries from other vendors, incl. PMI.

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    Re: Help! Need Variable Sustain Pedal (not just on/off)

    Quote Originally Posted by Nickie Fønshauge
    Kornel Mezo's Sympathetic Resonance K2 script can do this, which in turn means K2 can do it, I suppose. The script supports the wonderful Black Grand, White Grand and TBO/7CG libraries from SampleTekk, as well as some libraries from other vendors, incl. PMI.
    thanks...I did not know it had that feature. I have this script for my bardstown set, which, with the addition the script, seems to be more useful to be than my Holy Grail Piano set despite the beautifull sound of the individual notes. The sympathetic resonance script is great and I hope to create a few scripts of my own, perhaps for the Grail, the Steinway B, or my otherwise dull GigaPiano which just doesn't sound quite the same after translation to Kontakt. Thanks for the help, and let me know if there are any other useful scripts out there.

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    Re: Help! Need Variable Sustain Pedal (not just on/off)

    Quote Originally Posted by crazyox
    I need help to know which samlpers and/or piano libraries can emulate a partially depressed sustain pedal and/or realistic representation of sustain pedal a la Debussy...
    You can achieve everything you need with Pianoteq VSTi/AU. Check out our audio demo page where we demonstrate these features among many others.

    http://www.pianoteq.com/audio/partial-pedal.mp3
    http://www.pianoteq.com/audio/pedal-catch.mp3
    http://www.pianoteq.com/audio/string-resonance.mp3
    http://www.pianoteq.com/audio/dynami...-variation.mp3
    Niclas Fogwall
    Pianoteq sales & support
    www.pianoteq.com

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    Re: Help! Need Variable Sustain Pedal (not just on/off)

    Quote Originally Posted by Pianoteq
    You can achieve everything you need with Pianoteq VSTi/AU. Check out our audio demo page where we demonstrate these features among many others.
    Yes, I have downloaded the demo and I think it is a great idea, but I was much more impressed with the jazzy demos than the classical ones necause your piano sound a little bit more like an electric piano, though an expremely good one (better that the synths that are sopposed to siund like one) I know that you have said that any piano sound is possible with the right settings, but I'm not to interested in spenind a lot of time on a deom, so hopefully the factory presets will give me the sound I want. If a more classical piano is possible with your product, I respectfully advise you to redo some of your demos with an appropriate patch bcause I am not the only one who has mentioned in forums about the elctic piano-esque sound. But I do look forward to trying it and I think your company will succeed with it, though some improvements may, or may not, be necessary.

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