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Acoustica Pianissimo v1.0.0.15 INTERNAL-R2R screenshot
Team R2R | 27 Feb 2020 | 124.8MB
Pianissimo is a Virtual Grand Piano that uses a combination of sample playback and advanced physical modeling to create its acoustic grand piano sound. Starting with 250 MB of high-quality samples of a Steinway Model D grand piano, Pianissimo uses complex signal processing and programming to recreate the warmth, response, and playability of a real grand piano. This warm, natural sound is then paired with a professional studio-quality reverb algorithm to add the depth and ambiance of a real acoustic space. Add to this, modeled sympathetic resonance, incidental mechanical hammer sounds, control over tone and velocity response, 256 voices of polyphony and low CPU usage.


Pianissimo Features
Steinway Model Grand Piano

250 MB of high quality samples of a real Steinway Model D grand piano

256 Voices of Polyphony

Ideal for solo piano performance, studio compositions, and live performance

Sounds like a real Piano

Realistic audio samples makes Pianissimo nearly indistinguishable from a real piano!

Performance and Affordability

There is not a virtual piano on the market that can match Pianissimo in performance or value

Additional Features
Features 250MB of high-quality, quadruple-strike samples from a Steinway™ Model D grand piano, enhanced with acoustic modeling technology to produce a rich, warm, expressive, and highly realistic grand piano sound.

Ultra-professional integrated studio reverb creates a highly realistic ambience that places the piano within a true acoustic space.

Unparalleled sample programming creates a fluid, dynamic, expressive tone without identifiable velocity switching or other digital artifacts.

Advanced sympathetic resonance modeling recreates the subtle shimmer of piano strings when the damper pedal is depressed.

Adjustable incidental piano sounds, including mechanical noises from damper pedal and key release, for an unparalleled level of realism.

256 voices of polyphony and low CPU usage make Pianissimo ideal for solo piano performance, studio compositions, and live performance.

Adjustable piano lid, velocity curve, tone controls, sympathetic resonance, reverb, and chorus effect allow you to tailor the piano’s tone and response to fit your playing style.

Works in all major digital audio recording software packages (including Mixcraft™) as a VSTi plug-in instrument.

Stand-alone version features metronome, two-track sequencer, and ability to mix down recordings to WAV, MP3, WMA, or OGG Vorbis audio files.

System Requirements
Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10.
1 GB RAM (2 GB RAM recommended).
1.5 GHz CPU (2 GHz Dual Core recommended).
Sound card or sound device.
USB or MIDI controller keyboard recommended.
Display resolution @ 1024 x 768 or above.



This build 15 is not officialy distributed but included in latest MixCraft.

Noticed changes from official build 12 :
* VST 64bit version is included.
* It does not show error when online update check failed.

We also included our custom VST wrapper and it is more compatible with modern
VST hosts supporting "VSTPluginMain" exports.

Anyway, we put "INTERNAL" tag because of those background.




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comments

  Member 31.01.2015 9 143
+83
This was my first piano : love it!
  Resident 16.03.2014 1225
+362
Interesting to see how it compares with Pianoteq.
  Member 25.03.2014 3 309
+278
been waiting for this ,its my favorite piano ut my version was time bomb...big THANKS
  Member 23.04.2016 2 542
+226
Why sounding in Mono tho ? Is it like that or only in Video
I don't need a Girlfriend....I have Internet & Food :)
  Resident 26.09.2012 3 1376
+688
yepp it's pretty amateurish from them to do that
  Member 12.08.2014 228
+35
Thanks you for the test drive but no sound-Windows 8.1-Studio one-Register fine-Pressing keys but no sound all my other vsti have sound what am I doing wrong-Anyone else have this issue-Thanks Peace. Edit-She has audio when playing on midi keyboard and running a midi file but no sound when pressing keys on GUI of this piano?- Regardless very nice piano for her size-Thanks again for the test drive. Peace.
  Resident 13.10.2011 159
+14
Is stand-alone mode?
thxs
  Member 31.01.2015 9 143
+83
It’s VST
  Resident 21.04.2014 1455
+283
Unfortunely this is not 'The Piano', but it's fascinating the entire visual effect of the whole keyboard depressing the notes.
Do you know it can be used as a visual tool, that makes you lose your fear of what is being played, I did it a lot when I was a kid, just by looking at the amount of "copy & paste" that composers use as a composition resource, then it makes us lose the fear of studying, it makes you see the composition effects, quick notes, ostinatos that sometimes it's the same melodic design that went down all over the keyboard.
Play your classic and jazz midi files in this 'Acoustica Pianissimo', and see how they are not so difficult to play. This kind of visual task encourages a lot of people to play.
  Member 20.11.2018 1 83
+19
Unfortunately it gets blacklisted by Cubase for unknown reasons, and when I force reactivation and open it to use the keygen, it hangs up Cubase and doesn´t open.

Deinstallation with Uninstall Tool with removal of all traces and reinstalling doesn´t help.

Unfortunately the release doesn´t contain standalone version, so it can only be activated in the host (Cubase etc).

Anyone else having this problem or a solution?
I followed R2R instructions closely (starting host in Admin mode etc).

The version before suddenly was saying its demo period was over, so I deinstalled it and right away tried this new version here. But no luck either... the version before was at least not freezing Cubase...

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