This is a piano demo I made for GPO. I\'ve made a few demos in the past week or so, and the reason is that I am real impressed with this library and would like to encourage others to try it out (and the $250 price-tag still schocks me!).
To be honest, I wrote this piece a long time ago. It was back in the Reason days, so I actually moused everything in! It took a loooong time to get it \'realistic\' because there was no tempo track (although if you listen closely, you will notice that there are only two different \'rhythms\' in the first half of the song hehe). In Reason, however, I had my \'sustain\' controlled by simply raising the release times. At times it got messy, but it was quick (and after mousing everything in, doing things quickly became very tempting!).
I exported the midi, imported it to Sonar, and the only things I had to adjust were the sustain pedal triggers! Relatively painless [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]
So yea, I did two more solo piano pieces. One was a cover of Clair de Lune, another was an original. But they took waaaay too long, *sigh, so I just sorta.. didn\'t do anymore [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]
Thanks again for the compliments, they mean very much!
P.S. I can\'t really play the piano! I\'m a guitarist [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]
Oddly it didn\'t sound anything like this (additional string voices added later -- and all this is all on a Korg Triton Studio -- no other samples involved). Sadly, I don\'t think I could recreate it now (although I have the \"master MIDI\" someplace).
Your piece is even more amazing from being entered \"by hand\" rather than by playing. (I play everything and tweak later.)