I blended my 1930 Wurlitzer Baby Grand and my 1960 Gibson Melody Maker playing harmonics. I kept it pretty simple as an instrument but when adding some “splosh”
(Proper spelling?:) and especially some delay, it really comes to life. I also included some pads. I reversed and stretched the gtr harmonics and also recorded some pedal down resonance from inside the piano. The “Hybrid Ambient Harmonics Ensemble” is a multi featuring all of it!
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Great and inspiring sound!
What a great sound this is! It's very playable, and works in so many contexts musically. I was left wishing for a way to easily control the drenching reverb, which is nice, but not useful in every context. It was easy enough to remove it by digging in, but it would have been more useful to have had a control for it on the GUI. Likewise, ADSR envelope controls would have also been useful. Again, something interested users can add without much trouble. Overall, this is a really great and inspiring library and a worthy download!
Another interesting lovechild
Super nicely recorded as always, this awesome patch combines the sounds of a piano and a guitar in a very successful way. I especially enjoy soloing the Reversed patch that can be found inside the MultiVerse multi, because I loved how the reversed tail ends up in the piano's defined attack. Lovely!
A little tweak needed for use, but the sound is excellent
Very very interesting!!! It has such a nicely long release, I need to think how to mix it with others so it would have been better if it was controllable but it is definitely inspiring and beautiful.
Drops of harmonics
Piano harmonics, playable straight out of the box. I immediately put a Soundtoys PanMan Fx on it and started playing. Beguiling tone, very engaging, there's a cue or two in there. Bravo. PS Add a simple ADSR maybe?