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Four instruments geared towards emotional, ethereal contexts. For the Cozy Piano patch, Musical Sampling recorded an upright piano at the pianissimo range with a stereo pair of Neumann KM 184’s placed behind the piano. Great patch if you’re looking for a soft, intimate piano with just enough character. They also recorded a crossfade-able, arrhythmic soft sustains performance patch. With the modwheel down, the ebbing of notes is spacious and subtle. As you crossfade up, the ebbing grows with a touch more urgency and dynamics.
Also included is Recollections, a designed, organic, quietly percolating instrument using arrhythmic piano recordings as source material. Finally the Ether Violin, which utilizes recordings of real auto-panned soft tremolo performances captured “in-camera”. This involved using a pair of stereo mics while the player physically leaned left/right at various speeds while performing the tremolo.
Patches: Cozy Piano | Ether Violin | Recollections | Drifting
- All sustains recorded pedal down with release triggers
- Performed very soft (pianissimo range)
- Subtle pedal up samples
- True physical autopanning solo violin soft tremolos
- Includes soft, arrhythmic successive sustains piano patch
- Designed arhythmic, organic texture patch
- Adjustable reverb of custom hall impulse
What Is The Atelier Series? Oftentimes during the research and experimental phase of development, MusicalSampling will create instruments that don’t necessarily belong to a bigger, themed release. Instead of attempting to shoehorn them into a future release or trying to construct a comprehensive product around it, they decided to create the Atelier Series so that other composers can enjoy our explorations in sample development as well.