This piano was crafted in 1991 in New York and has been meticulously maintained ever since. Recently acquired from a gallery, this piano has been kept in pristine condition, with all its original parts, including the keys, hammers, strings, and soundboard. The piano produces the warm, clean, and even tone that is characteristic of the builder’s exceptional craftsmanship, a true testament to the builder’s dedication to quality and precision.
Most pianos that we hear in our favorite albums weren’t recorded in a concert hall on a 10 foot grand piano. They were recorded in on smaller pianos in smaller rooms. As much as we love the sound of massive pianos, it’s not always the right sound for a recording. Sometimes you need something more intimate. Something with a bit more character.
New York L 1926 is not your typical 9 foot concert grand piano. The Model L is just under 6 feet long, giving it that shorter piano sound without being so short that the strings sound like rubber bands. Put that piano in a good sized open room and you get a clear, crisp piano sound that is hard to duplicate.
Clean and Pristine
This piano has such a clean sound. With even tone across the board, you get exactly the sound the builders intended. And this thing pops. It has a distinct attack that will make sure it cuts through your mix.
This piano was sampled with 5 microphone perspectives to give you all the choices you need without being overwhelmed with options. Add in some FX like reverb and a 6 band Equalizer, and you have everything you need to craft the sound you want.
Keep your Hard Drive
We put a ton of work into keeping this thing lean so you can have an incredible sounding piano without taking up 50GB of hard drive space.
- Clean and clear sound
- 5 Microphone perspectives
- 6 Band EQ
- Built in Reverb
OS X Mac: osx 10.13 or greater (Intel and Apple Silicon)
Plugins: VST-2, VST-3, AU, AAX
Windows Windows: 7 or greater
Plugins: VST-2, VST-3, AAX