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4Front Technologies TruePianos STANDALONE VSTi RTAS v1.9.2 x86 x64-ASSiGN

4Front Technologies TruePianos STANDALONE VSTi RTAS v1.9.2 x86 x64-ASSiGN®

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TEAM ASSiGN | 07 SEPTEMBER 2011 | 494 MB

For virtuosi

When the instrument blends transparently with musician’s hands, performing becomes immersive.

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

Following tradition, we optimized this instrument for real-time performance. The CPU usage does not cross the borders even for host applications runnign at 96khz, and for advanced polyphony we spread resource load across several CPU cores.

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

The full version of TruePianos currently contains five piano modules with a multitude of presets. It 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 screenshots. The main graphic interface looks like this:

The piano keyboard (alao reacts to mouse clicks), basic controls, Options and About buttons, as well selectors for switching piano modules and presets. Each module represents a different variation of a piano, while presets change the character without affecting the basic sound. 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 the advanced interface button or the header of the interface – will switch GUI to the advanced settings page:

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

Options Screen

You can access the options screen by clicking Options button in the lower right corner of the interface. Also, when the software is started for the first time, the Options screen will pop up automatically. Do not close it without checking. Your further piano experience depends on how well you set up the dynamic response of your MIDI keyboard.

For example, for the CME UF8 keyboard values -20 to -17 seem to work well, for Yamaha keyboards the slider should be around zero. Please tune it to match your preferred touch response – just keep playing as you move the slider, and if it doesn’t respond strongly enough, move the slider to the left, otherwise if the notes come too bright, move the slider to the right. When the tuning is finished, press ‘Save current plugin state as default‘ and then ‘Close‘.

In addition to that there are options to turn on Sympathetic Resonance, Increased Polyphony mode, and support for multi-core processors. Note, that certain applications (such as Cakewalk SONAR, Cubase, Logic Pro) have different ways of handling plugins running on several processor cores. Although recent versions work with it fairly well, nevertheless if you experience inconsistent performance and interruptions in TruePianos sound, you may want to keep this option switched off.

System Requirements
TruePianos system requirements vary, depending on which TruePiano module is used. The future updates to TruePiano Core engine will most likely affect these requirements. Below are estimations based on the current version of TruePianos.

Windows minimum requirements Mac minimum requirements
– Windows XP SP2 or newer
– 2.0 GHz Intel Core Duo or multi-core AMD CPU with SSE2 support
– 256 MB of free RAM
– VST or RTAS host (e.g. SONAR, Cubase, ProTools)
– Soundcard with proper ASIO drivers

– Mac OS X 10.8 or newer
– 256 MB of free RAM
– AU or VST host (e.g. Logic Pro, Cubase, DP, Ableton)

To use TruePianos with all features enabled, the following minimum configuration is recommended:

Windows recommended Mac recommended
– Windows 7 64-bit or newer
– 2.2 GHz Intel Core2Duo or faster
– 512 MB of free RAM or more

– 2.2 GHz Intel Multi-Core based Mac
– 512 MB of free RAM or more

Supported hardware VST players
– Muse Research Receptor 2 models (OS 1.8)
– Muse Research Receptor models (OS 1.7 / 1.8) (for older modules)

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