Kontakt patch from Markus Kaes’ mRhodes EXS

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  • #11562
    Peter HintzePeter Hintze
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    Hi,

    i made a Kontakt patch from the samples Markus Kaes provided in his EXS instrument.
    If somebody likes to have it or can tell me how and where i could upload it … i am open to suggestions.

    Greetings,
    Peter

    #53625
    Peter HintzePeter Hintze
    Participant

    update.
    Since i am figuring out more and more Kontakt-features i updated my Kontakt version of the Markus’ EXS instrument and added some minor tweaks (Velocity crossfade, Velocity Modulation Amount, etc.)
    If somebody wants it, go ahead.

    #125713
    markusmarkus
    Participant

    Oh yes – shure I would like to try it! And thank you for taking the mRhodes to Kontakt!

    btw: some days ago i made a little audio demo for the mRhodes:

    #130875
    Peter HintzePeter Hintze
    Participant

    great, i’ll post the nki here asap.

    #131045
    Peter HintzePeter Hintze
    Participant

    Hi Markus,

    here a first draft: LINK
    But i will fine tune the velocities, sample mapping and also finalize the scripted controls in the coming weeks.

    btw- You don’t happen to have release noise samples or an additional velocity layer? 😉

    BR, Peter

    #131097
    markusmarkus
    Participant

    Great!
    btw – I’m sorry: no, I don’t.

    #134962
    Peter HintzePeter Hintze
    Participant

    could you still record them? 😉

    #153294
    markusmarkus
    Participant

    Hi Peter,

    I tried both of it when I built the original mRhodes Sampler Instrument:

    – The release triggers I recorded were so quiet that I could hardly see any wave form. So I left them out.

    – The difference between the “medium-loud” and the “loud” recordings was a bit unsteady and blurry – cause that’s how my Rhodes simply is. 🙂 So I made one velocity layer as a combination of these two recordings that is to some degree consistent.

    Hope that helps.

    Best
    markus

    #154668
    Peter HintzePeter Hintze
    Participant

    OK, thank you!!

    IMO, the thing about Release Samples is, instead of really hearing them, you rather “feel” them somehow since they the create a bridge between the sustained notes and the silence – poetically they fill the gap 😉

    #154751
    Darren PrescottDarren Prescott
    Participant

    Why not NR them and then you can raise them in volume without hearing the background noise floor. You could add an on/off and volume control for the release samples so the user has complete control.

    I’ve recently done this with another Pianobook piano conversion I’ve just completed.

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