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True Pianos

True Pianos

4Front Truepianos VSTi 1.4.1 [PC / MAC Version]

TruePianos VSTi was designed with exactly this in mind giving the inspiration an instant GO as soon as you touch the keyboard.

Following the tradition, we have optimized the instruments for a real-time performance. The CPU usage is low even for 96khz host sampling rates, and for advanced polyphony we support dual-core CPUs, spreading the load symmetrically.

TruePianos has multiple modules and offers an intuitive control to match your playing style.

The full version of TruePianos currently contains four piano modules with a multitude of presets, and also comes with one year of free upgrades and e-mail support.

Within the support period our customers are also entitled for all additionally released TruePiano modules, free of charge.

Basic Screen

This is a short overview tour of TruePianos with screen shots. The front graphic interface looks like this:

Truepianos Front

The piano keyboard (which reacts to your mouse as well), basic controls, Options and About buttons, as well as a functionality to switch to a different piano module and a preset. TruePianos consists of multiple modules and presets. Each module represents a significantly different variant of a piano sound, while presets change the piano character without affecting basic properties of the piano. The hierarchy is as follows:

    Module A
  • Preset 1
  • Preset 2
  • ...
  • Preset n
    Module B
  • Preset 1
  • Preset 2
  • ...
  • Preset n
    Module C
  • Preset 1
  • Preset 2
  • ...
  • Preset n

Advanced Screen

Clicking an advanced interface button, or an interface header - will bring an advanced interface up:

Truepianos Advanced Screen

Here you can see an advanced preset selector, and as well sliders to control individual parameters of the sound such as a keyboard sensitivity, dynamic response of the piano, release time of notes, tuning and volume.

Options Screen

You can access options screen by clicking Options button in the lower right corner of the interface. Also, when the software is started for the first time, you will see the Options screen. Do not quickly pass it by. Your further piano experience depends on how well you will set up the dynamic response of your keyboard.

Truepianos Options View

For my CME UF8 keyboard I find values -20...-17 to be close to optimal for my playing style, for Yamaha keyboard the slider should be around zero. Please tune it to match your keyboard - just keep playing, and if it plays too difficult - move the slider to the left, otherwise if the notes come too bright, move the slider to the right. When you are finished, press 'Save current plugin state as default' and then 'Close'.

Additionally, you have options to turn on Sympathetic Resonance, Increased Polyphony mode, or the support for dual core processors. Note, that some applications (such as Cakewalk SONAR) have their own way of handling multi core processors, which depending on your setup, may not work very well together with TruePianos dual core support turned on. Since nobody has yet defined a standard of how the processor CPU time should be managed on multi core workstations, we invite you to check these options and find the best balance of quality vs performance on your system.


For more information, please visit this products webpage.
You may buy True Pianos or download it on our site. This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 26 May, 2009.


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