We acquired this piano from a former coworker about three years ago.
It sits in our lounge and is played lovingly by anyone who wishes.
The piano is a Kawaii upright, not old, not brand new, somewhere in-between.
We mostly leave it with the middle pedal down, which brings a layer of felt between the hammer and the strings.
We sampled this piano with two velocities – quiet and medium-loud.
We hope you enjoy this piano.
Sampled, edited and Kontakt’ed by:
Ted Kocher, Anthony Caruso, Scott Bergstrom, Nick Mastroianni, Chris Rossetti and Tao-Ping Chen on March 26, 2019.
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A weird piano sound not meant for everyone
I am personally not a fan, but I can tell you it has some character into it. I don't really like the attack of it, since I find it very distracting and not that piano-like sound I am looking for. You might disagree, and please do so! It is very quiet though, so if you try to play a little louder you might start building up some white nose that I noticed when testing it.
Weighty bottom end with a lovely softness and personality at the top
Certainly useful in more gentle scores. The low octaves have a brilliant weight to them while mid to upper octaves retain this lovely characterful olde sound with rather nice string harmonics in places.