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Synchron Piano in Action
Last post Mon, Oct 15 2018 by Pbest, 2 replies.
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Posted on Tue, Oct 09 2018 22:50
by stephen limbaugh
Joined on Tue, Feb 23 2016, Los Angeles, Posts 258

I'm not allowed to release the final mixes yet as the film isn't out, but the Synchron CFX is all over a score I just finished.  (See attachement)

One of the best parts about having a piano mic'd this way is I can treat each mic position with different effects.  (LFOs, filters, saturation, etc... no delay!  Just messing with the runtime on each mic) This is more of an EDM track, but you'll hear a very unique sound as a result of this technique which sits perfectly between "organic" and "electronic."


Plus, I know people have wanted demos of how this piano sits in a non-classical environment.  My view is that it is the best piano in the world for all genres... and that probably won't change until they release the Synchron Steinway ;)

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Posted on Mon, Oct 15 2018 08:27
by Pbest
Joined on Tue, Apr 03 2018, Posts 23

Some people say that VSL CFX is not suitable for non-classic genres. But I think they're evaluating this instrument by not using enough of the features of Synchron Piano or just listening to someone else's performance without using them.

Thank you for your nice demo!

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