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|Title:||bitKlavier Grand Sample Library—House ORTF Mic Image|
|Abstract:||The bitKlavier Grand consists of sample collections of a new Steinway D grand piano from nine different stereo mic images, with: 16 velocity layers, at every minor 3rd (starting at A0); Hammer release samples; Release resonance samples; Pedal samples. Release packages at 96k/24bit, 88.2k/24bit, 48k/24bit, 44.1k/16bit are available for various applications.|
|Description:||House ORTF: Schoeps cmc64—cardioids
This pair of microphones is designed to capture the sound of the piano in the hall as heard by an audience member. It’s positioned at the edge of the stage about 9 feet in the air. It captures the sound of the harp and strings as well as the contribution of the room acoustic. It’s posiition above the stage is intended to minimize reflections from both the open lid of the piano, and the stage-floor. The ORTF configuration of the microphones is a near-coincident arrangement that accurately recreates a stereo image of the piano as heard by a listener centered in the audience.
File Naming Convention: C4 = middle C
. Main note names:
-- e.g., “D#5v13.wav”
. Release resonance notes:
-- e.g., “harmC2v2.wav”
. Hammer samples:
rel[1-88].wav (one per key)
-- e.g., “rel23.wav”
. Pedal samples:
-- e.g., “pedalU2.wav” => pedal release (U = up), velocity = 2 (quicker release than velocity = 1)
This dataset is too large to download directly from this item page. You can access and download the data via Globus (See "https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uf2c7Y1fiFs" for instructions on how to use Globus).
|Appears in Collections:||bitKlavier|
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