Best Service Galaxy II K4 German Baby Grand KONTAKT with Update 1.2 | 4.66 GB
Galaxy IIs 1929 German Baby Grad is based on a Bl黷hner Model 150, built in 1929. This wonderful instrument blew us away, when we found it at a German piano maker. Its a beautiful 75 year old grand piano, featuring a warm vintage sound with a wonderful intimate tone.
Numerous great composers, conductors, and performers have owned Bluthner pianos, among them Bartok, Debussy or Tchaikovsky. Bl黷hners have also been used in pop music, including the Beatles album Let It Be, most notably in the hits Let It Be and The Long and Winding Road.
The new version K4, which is based on the Kontakt 4 engine by Native Instruments, presents a completely redesigned direct access user interface, better performance and new features including true half pedaling, true repedaling and lossless sample compression.
(24Bit samples, chrom. mapping, Una Corda)
Load/Save Global Presets The Global Preset dropdown menu now offers a load/save function for user presets. Adjust the controls of your Galaxy
Piano to your liking and choose Save User Preset from the Global
Presets dropdown menu:
For the update 1.2 of all Galaxy Pianos we have rewritten the whole script, so a lot has happened under the hood including better performance in general.
Repedaling and Halfpedaling have been enhanced and fine tuned.
Under certain circumstances softer notes were killing louder notes during repetition with the sustain pedal down.
Resonance samples for keys higher than G5 sometimes did not trigger correctly.
Other minor fixes.
After rewriting the whole script, we chose not to include the Warp
Engine again. For those who miss it, we have included an instrument called Galaxy Piano_old version with Warp. We did keep the Pad
We have dropped Voice Management as well, which is now handled exclusively by Kontakt itself. You can adjust the maximum number of voices in Kontakt here:
The old Compact versions with a reduced number of samples are obsolete. Please delete the correspondent old nkis from the
Instruments folder after the update.