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The Keyless Piano Body for NI Kontakt

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The Keyless Piano Body is a Kontakt Patch library that features an abandoned upright piano without keyboard.
The library encompasses the results of three extensive recording sessions and features the wonderful and reverberant sound of these piano remains.

$49.00

For session 1 and 2 the body was brought to a studio and literally laid back so that various things like plastic balls, felt balls, glasses and much more could be thrown in to excite the strings. At the end of both sessions tons of samples were ready to edit. They now form 13 Kontakt instruments that encompass several precisely tuned pianos plus many prepared piano sets.

Session 3 was kind of a field recording gig as the piano remains were meanwhile moved to a rural garden area. The nightly recordings were done 6-channel so that several sample sets from 2 acoustic mics and 4 contact pick ups could be created. Again, the Kontakt instruments from this session feature the sounds of a rotten piano that is lovely and impressive at the same time. In a second pass the piano strings were treated with a stell jazz brush to bring up 3 multi-channel sets with prepared piano-like sounds.

Please see the Patch List here or below to learn more about the individual instruments. Also note that The Keyless Piano Body requires Kontakt 4 or higher.

Product Specs

Product Number:

D-TKP

Current Version:

1.0

Total Size of Samples:

2.5 GB, 25 Patches (nki), 4 Multis (nkm), requires Kontakt 4 or higher

Total Number of Files:

1181

Format and Resolution:

24 bit / 48 kHz

Lapsed Time:

Metadata:

None

License Description:

Single user license, royalty-free - for a multi-user license, click here

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With background experience in video editing, I understand what is needed when it come to sound for TV production. With this and my love for sound I founded Detunized in 2009. Under the Detunized brand I release themed sound libraries that are handy in size and will allow the sound editor to quickly find what they are looking for whilst working on a production with tight schedules.