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    Sustain Pedal Question

    When I set the sustain option so the piano sustains correctly, it changes the sound or artiiculation of the other instruments. When I change it to accommodate the other instruments, the piano does not sustain properly. Why does this happen? Is there a way around it. What do I do? I'm new to this software. Somebody, PLEASE HELP! It's driving me crazy. I want a very nice piano accompaniment to an Oboe or Violin solo. I want both instruments to sound like themselves.

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    Re: Sustain Pedal Question

    Quote Originally Posted by jthrower@wowway.com
    When I set the sustain option so the piano sustains correctly, it changes the sound or artiiculation of the other instruments. When I change it to accommodate the other instruments, the piano does not sustain properly. Why does this happen? Is there a way around it. What do I do? I'm new to this software. Somebody, PLEASE HELP! It's driving me crazy. I want a very nice piano accompaniment to an Oboe or Violin solo. I want both instruments to sound like themselves.
    I'm not sure what you're saying here. HOW does it change the other instruments? I haven't run across this problem.

    There is, however, a problem when trying to play instruments designed to use the sustain pedal for legato mode, like the Garritan Personal Orchestra sounds.

    In THAT case, it's a good idea to copy the dll file, label it Kontakt 2 and use one copy for sustain instruments only.
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    Re: Sustain Pedal Question

    Rob,
    Thanks for your reply! You answered my question, inspite of the way I had it worded. The piano was no longer sustaining when I choose another option for the other instrument attachs and articulations.

    Thanks again!

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