The seven basic presets are really the the general use patches for different genres such as gospel, jazz, classical, rock etc. The 22 patches referred to in the ad are patches emulating piano recordings heard on classic records by performing artists who use the piano in pop, soul, rock, jazz, classical music from the 1950's through 2005.
So if I understand correctly (and got the Math correct), there will be 29 patches. I'm personally hoping one will be suitable for New Age style playing!
Any Kontakt 2 type scripting, as is being developed for the other current pianos? (PMI, Sampletekk etc). I'm thinking here about sympathetic resonance etc. - the work of Kornel Mezo and Olivier Frappier as examples. Anything that K2 technology offers that allows for a more realistic piano sound and playing experience!
(Although I guess holding down the "damper" pedal, smacking the side of the keyboard, and hearing the resonances would be too much to expect! INSERT GRIN HERE!!)
Actually there are totally 200 patches. The reason it adds up to so many is because of the x2 for wet/dry for the basic patches, and x4 for the different keyboard sensitivities of all patches. There is also a sustain pedal sound patch for each keyboard sensitivity.
There is no scripting included.
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