This is November Piano.
It will take you straight into the darkness of November.
The foggy fields and the rainy days.
It will fill you up with nostalgia and melancholy.
It’s inspired by my track “November” and I wanted this plugin to be just as sad and gloomy as the melody of that composition.
The sampled piano is my felted living room piano. It’s an old dusty piano that I’ve tried to tune myself, which obviously makes it far from perfect.
But since I put felt into it the character of it have really started to shine through and I’ve grown to like it a lot, despite all its shortcomings, or perhaps because of them.
Although I’ve done a lot of sampling in the past this is the first time I try to make a proper kontakt instrument, so just as the piano itself it’s far from perfect. But maybe that’s what I like about it so much.
Hope you’ll enjoy it too!
Description of controls:
Piano – Volume of the piano
p – Pedal volume
rt- Release trigger volume
Nostalgia – Randomly hit notes run through a cassette tape effect
Melancholy – The randomly hit notes reversed
The cloud – Adjusts the volume of Nostalgia and Melancholy together. Responds to mod wheel
Rain – Volume of rain
Darkness – Low pass filter, makes the sound darker
Fog – Reverb amount
Soundcloud link with plugin in action: https://soundcloud.com/danielrosenholm/november-plugin-version
“November” original track: https://youtu.be/DhYz7GlCXFY
Leave a review to let others know what you thought of the instrument!
Use the mod wheel
I am blown away by this moody sound. Then I adjusted the mod wheel and couldn’t get over the delay/backwards audio effect, so cool! Nice cloud animation too 🙂 Thanks for this!
My Total Compliments to the creator of NOVEMBER PIANO
There is no Demo, but its name and image inspire me. The folder to download was very light (my HD is almost at top). So I decided to download. When Ilisten to the sound and the chances to manipulate, man … this is really awesome. I love this kind of feeling. Thank So Much
If you like Olafur Arnolds you will love this
A beautiful, carefully considered and inspiring piece of work which will fit nicely with my Olafur Arnolds libraries. Keep your fingers on the notes to hear the loops play over your piano. Simply one of the best samples on pianobook. Thank you !