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    At last: The Best piano samples Ever (PPP)

    Undoubtly the best piano samples ever heared.
    8 samples layered per key. Recording of the big grand of the Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra. (Steinway D).
    More information at: http://www.dmm.to/
    Not yet release but very soon shipping.


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    Re: At last: The Best piano samples Ever (PPP)

    Have you the sample? How does it compare to Steinway B, EastWest?

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    Re: At last: The Best piano samples Ever (PPP)

    Is there any demos?

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    Re: At last: The Best piano samples Ever (PPP)

    We are currently finishing the last details of this piano. If you want to hear a demo, just send me a meanigfull MIDI-file and I\'ll make an MP3 with the PPP.
    Kind regards,
    Michiel Post

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    Re: At last: The Best piano samples Ever (PPP)

    Oh you need my email adress then:
    mpost@xs4all.nl

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    Re: At last: The Best piano samples Ever (PPP)

    the demo can be found at: http://www.postaudiomedia.com/


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    Re: At last: The Best piano samples Ever (PPP)

    The demo sounds remarkably good. The sound quality, precision of recording and the sound of the instrument is much better than gigapiano, in my opinion. I will certainly buy this piano. When will it be available?
    Also, will there be a light version of it on the cd so that I don\'t have to buy a second PC just to load this piano?

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    Re: At last: The Best piano samples Ever (PPP)

    A second (or third) 20 gig HD (Maxtor DM40+ - considered the best IDE drive today) will set you back $130.

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    Re: At last: The Best piano samples Ever (PPP)

    Oh, and to Michiel I can only say: ....getverdikkeme!!!

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    Re: At last: The Best piano samples Ever (PPP)

    Er.... ah... I hesitate to ask this question, but here goes: Does it have a REAL pp level? That is, with the soft pedal depressed?

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