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oh, and it have to be in Kontakt 4...
May I suggest that someone (not me, I am swamped) do Rod Argent's solo from the Zombies "She's Not There." That to me is the definitive Hohner Pianet sound.
Also The Beatles "Good Day Sunshine."
BTW, are going to also do an EXS24 version?
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I assume it's an electro-static Pianet, and not the Pianet T - right?
Another suggestion for a song would be Queen's "Best Friend", although I think that's actually a Wurly in the recording.
I'm not putting my hand up to do a demo - my interest in electric pianos far outstrips my playing skill I'm afraid.
All the best for the release.
In that case none of the aforementioned songs are appropriate IMHO because they all use the electro-static versions (Pianet N, Combo Pianet, etc) as far as I know. VERY different sound.
Here's a Hohner demo recording of the Pianet T:
EDIT: That link doesn't work - appears we have to access the link via it's host web page:
http://lennyg47.tripod.com/hohner.html (look for the link "Hohner Pianet T")
Extremely mellow sound, and it doesn't open up much when played forte either. So IMHO it's like a Rhodes played very softly. I don't think this is the sound most of us associate with a "Pianet".
Anyway, an idea for a Pianet T demo song: "Daniel" (Elton John). After many listenings, I think it's just a mellow Rhodes, but I think it sounds very similar to a Pianet T. (really beautiful song!)
Ok cool. I was wondering whether you may have had a trick up your sleeve or something - I thought you may have hot-rodded the T to somehow make it sound more like the others.