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Note duration Synchron Steinway Concert D-274
Last post Sat, Jul 10 2021 by Paul, 3 replies.
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Posted on Tue, Jun 29 2021 20:06
by H0lm3s
Joined on Mon, May 24 2021, Posts 1

Hi!
I'm new here. I've just purchased the Concert D-274. I find it wonderful in every respect, I really love playing it! But I have a problem with settings. Probably it should first be given that I don't use it for any kind of record. I only attach my Novus NV10 to the PC, open Synchron Pianos and enjoy its sound. But, when I play, the note duration is too short. I mean, if I keep pressed a key and then I play a few other keys the sound of the "pressed" key disappears too fast. Is there any setting to avoid this? I tryied to change some settings like Max Voices / Mic - Max Voices / Key - Note Volume and others with the same result.
Can you help me?

Thanks.
Best regards.

Posted on Sat, Jul 10 2021 07:59
by murphy761
Joined on Fri, May 01 2015, USA, Posts 59

I too have noticed this. It was probably a compromise in order to allow for the different room mic variations. Personally, I'd take the Steinway D-274 dry-sampled in mono with an SM57 if I could get the full-length samples of the D-274. But that's up there with the "...why not 48KHz?" question.

murphy761
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Posted on Sat, Jul 10 2021 09:45
by Paul
Joined on Sat, Aug 03 2002, Vienna, Posts 12789

Hi, 

You can increase the "Max Voices / Mic" and "Mac Voices/Key" in the EDIT page... we have to find a balance between the number of used microphones and the performance of an average good computer. 

Hope that helps!

Best, 
Paul

Paul Kopf
Product Manager - Vienna Symphonic Library
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