NaokiT has released version 1.1 of Pirezo Acoustic, a resonance piano tone generator for Windows PC.
Pirezo Acoustic features
- Yamaha Grand Piano, Kawai Grand Piano, Yamaha Upright Piano.
- 96/48/44.1kHz, 24bit stereo recorded samples.
- Highly accurate internal 32bit processing engine.
- Emulate hammer excitation and independent each 88 string resonance.
- Natural switch-less dynamics changes.
- Multi-CPU processing.
- Less dynamic memory with non-destructive compression (no HDD access).
- 88 polytones( * 7 harmonics, stereo).
- Visible resonance indicator.
Pirezo Acoustic is available for download for an introductory price of $49 USD (until the end of July). A 30-day trial VST version of Pirezo Acoustic (host application available separately for standalone operation) and a limited Upright Piano Dataset (44.1kHz) are available for download.
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