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    Those great piano demos people are not posting

    So everyone has decided to torture us by not posting more demos of the new Gigapiano and other pianos with convolving?

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    Re: Those great piano demos people are not posting

    I suspect everyone is still convolving...

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    Re: Those great piano demos people are not posting

    And it's not realistic to expect all that many people to have GS3 yet, and then the ones that do may have to deal with the learning curve.
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    Re: Those great piano demos people are not posting

    Es tu Jake?
    What we record in life, echoes in eternity.

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    (Don't have the new Giga yet.)

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    Re: Those great piano demos people are not posting

    Quote Originally Posted by fermata
    I suspect everyone is still convolving...
    I just realized - a new word!
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    Re: Those great piano demos people are not posting

    Hm...Just looked up "convolved" in a 1957 Webster's New World Dictionary:

    Convolve: v.t. (L. Convolvere: To roll together < "con," together + "volvere," to roll, turn. To roll, coil, or twist together
    v.i. To revolve together, intertwine.

    I'd actually thought the term meant something along the lines of "turning or revolving at the same time," as if the reverberations of strings and soundscape were occuring at the same time, or "rolling around at the same time as a large hairy volute inside a piano" as if one was rolling around beside a large hairy volute inside a piano. Instead it seems to mean to roll around interwined with the volute. A much more intimate situation: it refers to the interwining of the samples of the soundspace and the sound. Unless the developers have been crawling into the piano together, which is perfectly within their rights in most states, and might explain why we haven't been hearing more demos of the pianos.

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