I just posted 6 demos all based on the same midi file which is a pop piano accompaniment. The only difference is that all 6 demos were rendered with 6 different Timbral Impulses (TI's). As you can hear they dramatically alter the timbre of the piano and each is based on the sound of a classic pop recording.
All these examples use reverb impulse number 33 in the BDMO and are mixed in at the -3 db relative to the dry level of 0 db.
The dynamic range patch chosen was 45% - for maximum punch.
All these files are 2.6 meg in length.
Very nice! The timbre surely does change interestingly!
One thing though, please put some demo mp3s on your site played by people who play like humans - the above mp3s and others on your site sound too much like a machine playing. I mean, surely, it´s possible to play the Blüthner with more feeling and musicality than this??
Yes I do agree - all our other demos were played by humans at the www.proaudiovault.com site. However for these demos I wanted listeners to focus more on the change of the overall tone that each TI does than on a cool performance.
There will be more demos by several musicians coming soon.