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Soundiron Emotional Piano Player Edition v.3.0 KONTAKT: The Best Virtual Piano for Professional Scoring, Song-Writing and Symphonic Orchestration


Soundiron Emotional Piano Player Edition v.3.0 KONTAKT




If you are looking for a virtual instrument that can deliver a stunning cinematic grand piano sound for your music production, you should definitely check out Soundiron Emotional Piano Player Edition v.3.0 KONTAKT. This is a legendary virtual piano designed for professional soundtrack scoring, song-writing and symphonic orchestration. It features a beautiful walnut-bodied Kawai grand piano that was carefully selected for its soft, luminous warmth and rich, resonant tone. It's the perfect paintbrush for lush and emotive arrangements.




Soundiron Emotional Piano Player Edition v.3.0 KONTAKT



Soundiron Emotional Piano Player Edition v.3.0 KONTAKT is not just a simple sample library. It is also equipped with a huge selection of uniquely sound-designed custom presets and effects patches to give you an extraordinary range of sonic flavors and creative tools. You can easily customize your sound with a powerful user interface that gives you complete control over your sound, with a fully-configurable multi-FX rack and intuitive sound-shaping features. You can also use the convolution reverb with over 100 custom natural and FX environments to create realistic or surreal spaces for your piano sound.


Soundiron Emotional Piano Player Edition v.3.0 KONTAKT is compatible with Native Instruments free Kontakt Player (versions 5.5.2 and later) for all VST, AU and AAX DAWs and hosts, as well as Komplete Kontrol software environment and all S-Series Keyboards with Light-Guide capabilities. It is built from 4.6 GB of content that is losslessly compressed to an efficient 2.56 GB installed size.


In this article, we will give you an overview of this amazing virtual instrument and show you how to use it to create stunning piano sounds for your music.


Overview of the Soundiron Emotional Piano




The Soundiron Emotional Piano is one of the most popular virtual pianos on the market today. It has been used by many famous composers and musicians around the world for various projects and genres.


The Soundiron Emotional Piano was created by sampling a gorgeous walnut-bodied Kawai grand piano that has a rich, warm and expressive sound. The piano was recorded in a large hall with multiple microphones to capture every nuance and detail of the instrument. The samples were then carefully edited and programmed to create a realistic and playable virtual piano.


The Soundiron Emotional Piano has a wide dynamic range, from soft and delicate pianissimo to powerful and resonant fortissimo. It can produce a variety of tones and moods, from intimate and romantic to dramatic and epic. It is suitable for any genre and style of music, whether you are composing a classical piece, a pop song, a jazz tune, or a film score.


The Soundiron Emotional Piano has over 2,500 samples that cover the full 88 keys of the piano, with 12 dynamic velocity layers per key. It also has multiple round-robin variations per note and velocity layer to avoid the machine-gun effect. It also has pedal noise and release noise samples that add realism and organic feel to the sound.


The User Interface and Controls




The Soundiron Emotional Piano has a simple and intuitive user interface that lets you easily access and adjust the main parameters of the sound. You can see a screenshot of the user interface below:


The user interface has four main sections: the Main Panel, the Advanced Panel, the FX Rack, and the Convolution Reverb. We will discuss each section in detail in the following sections.


The Main Panel is where you can load presets and snapshots, adjust the volume, pan, tuning, pedal noise, release noise, and other basic parameters of the sound. You can also access the Advanced Panel, the FX Rack, and the Convolution Reverb from here.


To load presets and snapshots, you can use the drop-down menu at the top left corner of the interface. Presets are global settings that affect all parameters of the sound, while snapshots are local settings that affect only some parameters of the sound. You can also save your own custom presets and snapshots by clicking on the save icon next to the menu.


To adjust the volume, pan, tuning, pedal noise, release noise, and other basic parameters of the sound, you can use the knobs and sliders on the Main Panel. You can also right-click on any knob or slider to enter a specific value or reset it to its default value. You can also use your mouse wheel to adjust the knobs and sliders.


To access the Advanced Panel, you can click on the button labeled "Advanced" at the bottom left corner of the interface. The Advanced Panel is where you can fine-tune your sound with more detailed controls for tone shaping, such as EQ, filter, attack, decay, sustain, release, etc. The Advanced Panel and Tone Shaping




The Advanced Panel is where you can fine-tune your sound with more detailed controls for tone shaping, such as EQ, filter, attack, decay, sustain, release, etc. You can see a screenshot of the Advanced Panel below:


The Advanced Panel has four main sections: the EQ, the Filter, the ADSR, and the Velocity Curve. We will discuss each section in detail in the following paragraphs.


The EQ section is where you can adjust the equalization of your sound with a 3-band parametric EQ. You can use the knobs to adjust the gain, frequency, and bandwidth of each band. You can also use the buttons to switch between low shelf, high shelf, and peak modes for each band. You can also bypass the EQ by clicking on the button labeled "EQ".


The Filter section is where you can apply a low-pass or high-pass filter to your sound. You can use the knob to adjust the cutoff frequency of the filter. You can also use the button to switch between low-pass and high-pass modes. You can also bypass the filter by clicking on the button labeled "Filter".


The ADSR section is where you can adjust the envelope of your sound with four knobs: attack, decay, sustain, and release. The attack knob controls how quickly the sound reaches its maximum level when you press a key. The decay knob controls how quickly the sound drops to its sustain level after reaching its maximum level. The sustain knob controls how long the sound maintains its sustain level while you hold a key. The release knob controls how quickly the sound fades out when you release a key.


The Velocity Curve section is where you can adjust how your sound responds to different velocities of your keyboard or MIDI controller. You can use the slider to adjust the curve shape from linear to exponential. You can also use the button to invert the curve direction. You can also bypass the velocity curve by clicking on the button labeled "Velocity Curve". The FX Rack and Effects




The FX Rack is where you can apply various effects to your sound with a 10-bay modular chain and full routing control. You can see a screenshot of the FX Rack below:


The FX Rack has two main sections: the FX Chain and the FX Controls. We will discuss each section in detail in the following paragraphs.


The FX Chain is where you can choose from 18 built-in DSP effects to add to your sound. You can use the drop-down menus to select the effects for each of the 10 slots in the chain. You can also use the buttons to bypass, solo, or mute each effect. You can also use the arrows to change the order of the effects in the chain. You can also use the button labeled "FX" to bypass the entire FX Rack.


The FX Controls is where you can adjust the parameters of each effect in the chain. You can use the tabs to switch between the different effects in the chain. You can also use the knobs and sliders to adjust the parameters of each effect. You can also right-click on any knob or slider to enter a specific value or reset it to its default value. You can also use your mouse wheel to adjust the knobs and sliders.


The 18 built-in DSP effects are as follows:


  • Amplifier: A guitar amp simulator that lets you adjust the gain, tone, and cabinet type.



  • Bit Reducer: A bit crusher that lets you reduce the bit depth and sample rate of your sound.



  • Chorus: A modulation effect that creates a chorus-like sound by adding slightly detuned copies of your sound.



  • Compressor: A dynamics processor that lets you control the level of your sound by reducing its dynamic range.



  • Delay: A time-based effect that creates echoes of your sound by delaying it by a certain amount of time.



  • Distortion: A distortion effect that adds harmonic distortion and saturation to your sound.



  • Flanger: A modulation effect that creates a flanging sound by adding a delayed copy of your sound with a variable delay time.



  • Limiter: A dynamics processor that prevents your sound from exceeding a certain level by applying gain reduction.



  • Phaser: A modulation effect that creates a phasing sound by adding a phase-shifted copy of your sound with a variable phase shift.



  • Reverb: A time-based effect that creates a reverberation sound by simulating the reflections of your sound in a virtual space.



  • Rotator: A modulation effect that simulates a rotating speaker cabinet by panning your sound between two channels with variable speed and depth.



  • Stereo: A stereo enhancer that lets you adjust the width and balance of your stereo image.



  • Tape Saturation: A saturation effect that simulates the analog warmth and coloration of tape recording by adding harmonic distortion and compression to your sound.



  • Transient Designer: A dynamics processor that lets you shape the attack and sustain of your sound by applying gain or attenuation to them.



  • Tremolo: A modulation effect that creates a tremolo sound by modulating the amplitude of your sound with a variable rate and depth.



  • Vibrato: A modulation effect that creates a vibrato sound by modulating the pitch of your sound with a variable rate and depth.



  • Wah-Wah: A filter effect that creates a wah-wah sound by sweeping a band-pass filter across the frequency spectrum of your sound with a variable rate and depth.



  • Waveshaper: A distortion effect that lets you draw your own custom waveshape to apply to your sound.



You can also save and load your own custom FX presets by clicking on the save and load icons next to the FX Chain menu. You can also access some factory FX presets from the same menu. The Convolution Reverb and Environments




The Convolution Reverb is where you can apply a realistic or surreal reverb to your sound with over 100 custom natural and FX environments. You can see a screenshot of the Convolution Reverb below:


The Convolution Reverb has two main sections: the Environment Selector and the Reverb Controls. We will discuss each section in detail in the following paragraphs.


The Environment Selector is where you can choose from over 100 custom natural and FX environments to apply to your sound. You can use the drop-down menu to select the environment category, such as halls, chambers, rooms, outdoors, etc. You can also use the arrows to browse through the environments within each category. You can also bypass the convolution reverb by clicking on the button labeled "Convolution".


The Reverb Controls is where you can adjust the parameters of the convolution reverb, such as size, wet/dry mix, pre-delay, decay time, etc. You can use the knobs and sliders to adjust the parameters of the reverb. You can also right-click on any knob or slider to enter a specific value or reset it to its default value. You can also use your mouse wheel to adjust the knobs and sliders.


The convolution reverb uses impulse responses (IRs) to create realistic or surreal spaces for your sound. An impulse response is a recording of how a sound behaves in a specific environment, such as a hall, a chamber, a room, etc. By applying an impulse response to your sound, you can simulate how your sound would sound in that environment.


Some examples of the different types of environments available are as follows:


  • Halls: Large and spacious environments, such as concert halls, cathedrals, theaters, etc.



  • Chambers: Medium-sized and reverberant environments, such as churches, studios, auditoriums, etc.



  • Rooms: Small and intimate environments, such as bedrooms, living rooms, bathrooms, etc.



  • Outdoors: Natural and open environments, such as forests, fields, mountains, etc.



  • FX: Creative and unusual environments, such as alien spaceships, underwater caves, dreamscapes, etc.



You can also save and load your own custom convolution presets by clicking on the save and load icons next to the Environment Selector menu. You can also access some factory convolution presets from the same menu.


The Custom Presets and Snapshots




The Soundiron Emotional Piano comes with over 40 custom presets and dozens of snapshot presets that cover various styles and genres of music. You can access them from the Main Panel by using the drop-down menu at the top left corner of the interface. You can also save and load your own custom presets and snapshots by clicking on the save and load icons next to the menu.


The custom presets and snapshots are designed to showcase the versatility and expressiveness of the Soundiron Emotional Piano. They range from simple and pure piano sounds to complex and layered sounds with effects and modulation. They are suitable for any genre and style of music, whether you are composing a classical piece, a pop song, a jazz tune, or a film score.


Some of the custom presets and snapshots also feature an adaptive arpeggiator system that lets you create rhythmic patterns and sequences with your piano sound. You can adjust the parameters of the arpeggiator system by clicking on the button labeled "ARP" at the bottom right corner of the interface. You can also bypass the arpeggiator system by clicking on the same button.


Some examples of the different types of presets and snapshots available are as follows:


  • Ambient: Atmospheric and ethereal sounds that create a sense of space and depth.



  • Cinematic: Dramatic and epic sounds that create a sense of tension and emotion.



  • Classical: Traditional and elegant sounds that create a sense of beauty and grace.



  • Jazz: Smooth and groovy sounds that create a sense of swing and improvisation.



  • Pop: Bright and catchy sounds that create a sense of melody and harmony.



  • Rock: Edgy and gritty sounds that create a sense of energy and power.



Conclusion




In this article, we have given you an overview of Soundiron Emotional Piano Player Edition v.3.0 KONTAKT, a legendary virtual piano designed for professional soundtrack scoring, song-writing and symphonic orchestration. We have shown you how to use it to create stunning piano sounds for your music. We have also introduced you to the main features and benefits of this product, such as the sound and tone of the walnut-bodied Kawai grand piano, the user interface and controls, the FX rack and effects, the convolution reverb and environments, and the custom presets and snapshots.


Soundiron Emotional Piano Player Edition v.3.0 KONTAKT is a must-have virtual instrument for any composer, songwriter, or producer who wants to add a cinematic grand piano sound to their music. It is compatible with Native Instruments free Kontakt Player (versions 5.5.2 and later) for all VST, AU and AAX DAWs and hosts, as well as Komplete Kontrol software environment and all S-Series Keyboards with Light-Guide capabilities. It is built from 4.6 GB of content that is losslessly compressed to an efficient 2.56 GB installed size.


If you are interested in getting this product and start creating amazing music with it, you can visit the official website and product page for more information and purchase options. You can also listen to some audio demos and watch some video tutorials to see and hear the Soundiron Emotional Piano in action.


Thank you for reading this article. We hope you have enjoyed it and learned something new. Now go ahead and unleash your creativity with Soundiron Emotional Piano Player Edition v.3.0 KONTAKT!


FAQs




Here are some frequently asked questions about Soundiron Emotional Piano Player Edition v.3.0 KONTAKT:


  • Q: What are the system requirements for Soundiron Emotional Piano Player Edition v.3.0 KONTAKT?



  • A: The system requirements are as follows:



  • Windows 7 or higher required for PC.



  • OSX 10.10 or higher required for Mac.



  • Dual Core CPU, 3 GB System Ram, SATA or SSD hard drive recommended for this library.



  • This library is NKS-ready, compatible with Kontakt and Kontakt Player versions 5.5.2 and later.



  • Q: How do I install Soundiron Emotional Piano Player Edition v.3.0 KONTAKT?



  • A: You can install Soundiron Emotional Piano Player Edition v.3.0 KONTAKT by following these steps:



  • Download the product from the link provided in your order confirmation email.



  • Unzip the downloaded file to your desired location on your hard drive.



  • Open Kontakt or Kontakt Player and click on the "Files" tab.



  • Browse to the folder where you unzipped the product and select the file named "Emotional Piano.nki".



  • The product will load and you can start playing.



  • Q: How do I update Soundiron Emotional Piano Player Edition v.3.0 KONTAKT?



  • A: You can update Soundiron Emotional Piano Player Edition v.3.0 KONTAKT by following these steps:



  • Visit the official website and product page of Soundiron Emotional Piano Player Edition v.3.0 KONTAKT.



  • Log in with your account credentials and go to the "My Downloads" section.



  • Download the latest version of the product from there.



  • Unzip the downloaded file to your desired location on your hard drive, replacing the old files with the new ones.



  • The product will be updated and you can enjoy the new features and improvements.



  • Q: How do I contact Soundiron for support or feedback?



  • A: You can contact Soundiron for support or feedback by following these steps:



  • Visit the official website and product page of Soundiron Emotional Piano Player Edition v.3.0 KONTAKT.



  • Click on the "Support" tab at the top of the page.



  • Fill out the form with your name, email, subject, and message.



  • Click on the "Submit" button and wait for a reply from Soundiron.



  • Q: What are some tips and tricks for using Soundiron Emotional Piano Player Edition v.3.0 KONTAKT?



  • A: Here are some tips and tricks for using Soundiron Emotional Piano Player Edition v.3.0 KONTAKT:



  • Use the mod wheel to control the dynamic expression of your sound.



Use the sustain pedal to create smooth and legato transition


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