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    New Classical Demos of the Bardstown Bosendorfer Imperial

    Here are links to a couple of new demos of the Bardstown Bosendorfer Imperial Model 290 performed by Robin Alciatore...

    Enjoy!

    http://www.bardstownaudio.com/mp3/bwaltz.mp3

    http://www.bardstownaudio.com/mp3/prelude.mp3

    Here is an endorsement from Robin as well..

    QUOTE:
    \"The Bardstown Bosendorfer is the most versatile sampled piano I have heard or used. It has a strong and compelling lower register, sonorous middle register and crisp, clear treble. It is a harmonically-satisfying instrument in all respects. I don\'t know of a better sampled piano (right out of the jewel box) for the pop and jazz genres, whether solo or ensemble. And with just one minor tweak, the
    Bardstown Bosendorfer transforms itself into a serious \"concert hall\" grand worthy of the most demanding solo piano repertoire. Listen to its brilliance and presence on the Chopin Waltz in Ab Major, and the \"to-die-for\" bass on the Chopin Prelude in C minor. Hats off to Kip for his remarkable accomplishment!\"

    Robin Alciatore
    Pianist/Composer/Arranger (ASCAP)
    More than 1.8 million plays on mp3.com
    http://mp3.com/alciatore
    http://mp3.com/chopinpiano

    Kip
    Bardstown Audio
    www.bardstownaudio.com

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    Re: New Classical Demos of the Bardstown Bosendorfer Imperial

    Remarkable indeed! What is the \'tweak\' Robin refers to?

    Dasher

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    Re: New Classical Demos of the Bardstown Bosendorfer Imperial

    Originally posted by thesoundsmith:
    Remarkable indeed! What is the \'tweak\' Robin refers to?

    Dasher
    <font size=\"2\" face=\"Verdana, Arial\">Dasher, thank you so much for your compliments! Very much appreciated!

    The tweak Robin was referring to is a little bit of low pass filter.

    Kip

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    Re: New Classical Demos of the Bardstown Bosendorfer Imperial

    Kip,

    Which version (Giga, Halion, etc) of the Bosie did Robin use?

    -- Martin

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    Re: New Classical Demos of the Bardstown Bosendorfer Imperial

    Hi Martin,

    Robin used the EXS24 version, which is identical to the HALion version and also the soon to be native Kontakt version.

    I will have native 24 bit Kontakt versions of our instruments in a few days with the release of Kontakt\'s new upgrade, which will support disk streaming, in addition to key/controller switching and release note off samples.

    I will be packaging the EXS24, HALion, and Kontakt versions in one package, since the samples for all of these are identical, with the exception of the HALion release samples, which will also be included as well, so there will be two different folders of release samples in this package... one for EXS24/Kontakt, and the other for HALion. There will also be .exs(EXS24), .fxp(HALion), and .nik(Kontakt) instrument files on the first of four disks for the appropriate samplers.

    Any customers who have previously purchased native EXS24 or HALion instruments from Bardstown Audio will be provided with these additional sampler instrument files for these other sampler formats. These customers can contact me and I will send these additional sampler instrument files to them attached to an email.

    Kip

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