Traveling Pianos – 50% Off on Intro Pricing!
A Piano That Travels Among A-List Artists is Now Traveling to YOU! Why is it called Traveling Pianos? The quality of that C7 piano evokes the feeling of “traveling” through time; successfully covering many different musical styles. And since so many different artists have put “hands to keys” on it, it’s like it has “traveled” to and from these special performers. And now, as the “Traveling Pianos” sample library, it can quite literally “travel” to YOU.
During the 2020 COVID-19 lockdown in Los Angeles, it was almost impossible to get recording artists to the studio to record our then-planned new libraries. So the only options to create something new would be creating something from recordings that Kirk Hunter, alone, could do. And those options were either a new solo strings library (which Kirk was NOT in the mood to do after the release of Lyric Series Strings Quintet) or to record his beautiful Yamaha G5 grand piano. Kirk Hunter’s good friend John Walz (principal cellist – LA Opera) told him that the room where the piano sits has a wonderful sound with great acoustics!
Traveling Pianos requires a full retail version of Kontakt, version 5.7.1 or higher. Will NOT work in the free Kontakt Player! You do not need a serial number and will not need to use the “Manage Libraries” feature.
How does Traveling Pianos stand out? Kirk Hunter: Firstly, it just SOUNDS amazing out of the box. Having compared it to almost every other popular piano library out there, it definitely has a sound like no other. This is true of both the C7 and the G5. One of my beta testers said that he could play classical, jazz and pop without changing a thing. Secondly, the sample footprint is wonderfully low without losing the full range of dynamics whatsoever. Both pianos load TOGETHER in SECONDS.
Thirdly, we have created over 20 creative built-in presets. And you can customize and change any of these presets via EQ, 3 Mic positions, reverb amount, room size, added tines, string and saloon (honky tonk) layers.
And Fourthly, we have created multis that stack both pianos on top of each other. Both pianos are tuned so precisely that layering them together became feasible. And with the addition of string, saloon, and tine layers, the creative possibilities are endless.
Pricing and Availability
Traveling Pianos is now available at $99.99 (normally $199.99) Introductory Price for a Limited Time.