Ready for some more pianos - WG Jr for DirectDownload!
WG Jr – White Grand’s little brother!
Based on the same samples as the famous White Grand we have managed to make a smaller version that has the sound and playability that makes the White Grand so grand – in short: a little brother with a lot of attitude!!!!
By carefully choosing samples from the original White Grand recordings and editing them by hand, we have managed to make an instrument that matches up with the high demands from his bigger sister.
Do not get fooled about this being a smaller version of the White Grand! The unpacked size of the 24 bit version of WG Jr is about 1.4 Gb and the 16 bit version about 900Mb!
Even if this is a slimmed down version of the White Grand, and by SampleTekk’s standards a small piano, it technically sticks out among sampled pianos. With it’s 20 samples/recorded note (8 samples pedal up, 8 samples pedal down and 4 release samples) it gives WG Jr a dynamic response that are, (SampleTekk’s own products uncounted), matched by very, very few.
The sound is the sound of the White Grand, which has been praised by 1000’s of musicians, composers and music producers.
Since this is a DirectDownload product, that is, you pay for it and then download it instantly; we have been able to attach a fantastic price tag to this one:
Re: Ready for some more pianos - WG Jr for DirectDownload!
Originally Posted by mariobolo
wg jr is really interesting...
may i ask if wg jr has every note sampled like the big white
and if the samples have been somehow shortened?
thanks for any answer
The difference between White Grand and WG Jr is that WG Jr has 8/8/4 samples/note (8 samples pedal up, 8 pedal down and 4 release samples), White Grand has 16/16/4.
As in the White Grand, WG Jr has all the whole notes sampled.
The samples in WG Jr has been shorten to 7 secondes and then looped.
7 seconds means that you probably in 99% of all playing situations will play unlooped samples. I mean, how often do you let a note ring for more then 7 seconds?