The NEW Drinking Piano 2.0: Tuned and Untuned Pianos, Bench Creaks, Plucks, Pedal Noises, SFX, Atmospheric Pads, Drones, Evolving Textures!

  • By: Thorsten Meyer
  • Date: Tuesday, 24 May 2022
  • Time to read: 6 min.

Welcome to the NEW Drinking Piano 2.0! This upgraded version has been remastered with fresh new sounds that will give your music a boost. In addition to tuned and untuned pianos, you’ll find bench creaks, plucks, pedal noises, SFX, 3 categories of atmospheric pads, drones, evolving textures and more!

Soundiron also included a flexible four-layer modular user interface for easy sound customization. With The Drinking Piano 2.0, you’ll be able to create high-quality music that stands out from the rest!

The NEW Drinking Piano 2.0

Introducing Drinking Piano 2.0 – the ultimate keyboard instrument for creating emotionally charged music. This powerful software provides 1 amazing NKI instrument bank, with both tuned and untuned pianos in sober and drunk modes, plus a range of otherworldly sounds perfect for crafting unique tracks.

With 34 ambiance patches created from the source content, 20 custom sound-designed FX and ambient presets, and 1,818 stereo samples, this plugin is packed with inspiration. The intuitive multi-layer user interface controls let you tweak your sounds to perfection, while the full FX rack provides all the tools you need to craft truly unique sounding music. So why not add some piano emotion to your next track?

Drinking Piano 2.0

The Drinking Piano 2.0! Soundiron remastered the samples and inserted them into our flexible four-layer modular user interface. Inside The Drinking Piano, you’ll find tuned and untuned piano, bench creaks, plucks, pedal noises, SFX, 3 categories of atmospheric pads, drones, evolving textures, and more!

With this update, you’ll be able to create even more realistic and realistic-sounding drinking piano tracks. So whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned pro, Soundiron hopes you enjoy creating with The Drinking Piano 2.0!

Drinking Piano 2.0
Drinking Piano 2.0 – Installer

After obtaining the new version you can easily install the Drinking Piano 2.0 by following the given instructions.

The Drinking Piano is a fat-boomed monster upright with a classic beer hall sound, evoking images of the roaring 20s and pre-war 30s. It’s got all of the brutal wear and tear that you’d expect from a hundred-year-old instrument that has been played hard and put away wet, night after night.

Tuned and Untuned Pianos, Bench Creaks, Plucks, Pedal Noises, SFX, Atmospheric Pads, Drones, Evolving Textures

With a fat, wide, and close sound, it puts you right on the bench with the yellow, cracked ivories under your fingers. It was recorded right up against the strings in a small, slightly reflective hall, giving it all the presence of a dry studio recording with just a hint of live ambiance.

Imposing Piano Sound

The result is an imposing piano sound that is perfect for dark, smoky blues or heart-wrenching ballads. If you’re looking for an authentic taste of the prohibition era, look no further than the Drinking Piano.

The years of alcohol-fueled abuse have been less than kind to this once stately instrument. With worn and rickety key action, unreliable dampers, loose pedal mechanics, wear hardened felts, the occasional misaligned hammer, and decades of baked-in dust, every key has all the character and frailty of a hundred-year-old bartender.

In this video Craig Peters walks you through the sounds and features within the newest upgrade for The Drinking Piano.

The finish is long gone, replaced by a patina of grime and fingerprints. The lid is permanently propped open, revealing an interior that looks like it has been through a war.

Yet despite all its faults, this battered old piano still has the power to make beautiful music. With a little bit of love and care, it could be restored to its former glory. But even in its current state, it continues to bring joy to those who hear it play.

Aging Piano Corroded Strings

This aging piano has seen better days. The strings are corroded and the whole instrument is a half-step flat. But beneath the beer stains and cigarette burns, this massive piano has a substantial pedigree.

It’s an original Ivors and Pond model from the dawn of the 20th century, made of solid mahogany, with expert hand-craftsmanship and detail rarely seen in modern uprights. This piano may be past its prime, but it still has the power to create beautiful music.

The Drinking Piano is an acoustic piano sample library that has been remastered and upgraded for 2.0. Soundiron has inserted the samples into their efficient four-layer modular template and expanded them with 20 custom FX presets.

The library includes tuned and untuned piano, bench creaks, plucks, pedal noises, releases, SFX, pads, drones, synths, and swirling dreamscapes. With this upgrade, Soundiron has made it easier than ever to create beautiful piano music.

Score with Drinking Piano 2.0

A film score is music composed to accompany a film. It underscores the action, expresses the emotions of the characters, and propels the plot forward. A good film score can make a movie more memorable and emotionally engaging.

Drinking Piano 2.0
Drinking Piano 2.0

But how does one go about composing such music? One approach is to use tuned and untuned piano, bench creaks, plucks, pedal noises, releases, SFX, pads, drones, synths, and swirling dreamscapes. This may sound like a lot of work, but the results can be truly magical. By using these elements judiciously, a composer can create a score that will stay with viewers long after the credits have rolled.

Soundiron is a sound design company that creates sounds for video games, movies, and other media. For their latest project, they decided to use various sound-design tricks to morph the sounds from their journey into tonal and dissonant pads, synth tones, and ambient dreamscapes.

To do this, they used a variety of techniques, including pitch-shifting, time-stretching, and filtering. The result is a unique and atmospheric soundscape that is perfect for exploring the game’s world.

Soundiron’s pads, synth tones and ambient dreamscapes are designed to add texture and body to the primary sounds in Layers 1 and 2. The pads can be played by themselves or used to add texture and body to the primary sounds.

The synth tones can also be used to add transient and tonal support. Lastly, the Sub-Synth layer is a basic synthesizer with several shapes that can be added for transient and tonal support. These layers work together to create a fuller soundscape that is more engaging and dynamic.

Drinking Piano 2.0
Drinking Piano 2.0

Drinking Piano 2.0 included dissonant pads, synth-tones and ambient dreamscapes can be played by themselves, or used to add texture and body to the primary sounds in Layers 1 and 2. Lastly, the Sub-Synth layer is a basic synthesizer with several shapes that can be added for transient and tonal support.

Soundiron

Founded in 2011, Soundiron is a virtual instrument and sound library developer based in the San Francisco Bay area. The company is driven by a commitment to capture the sonic flavors of the world in deep detail and craft them into living-breathing virtual instruments. Soundiron’s instruments are designed to inspire creativity and bring the music in your heart to life.

The company’s team of sound artists and instrument designers are constantly innovating to push the boundaries of what’s possible in sound design. Whether you’re looking for traditional instruments or something totally unique, Soundiron has something for you. With a vast library of sounds and a commitment to quality, Soundiron is your go-to source for all your musical needs.

Conclusion

The Drinking Piano is a newly remastered and upgraded acoustic piano sample library that now includes a flexible four-layer modular user interface. This upgrade makes it easier than ever to create beautiful piano music, with tuned and untuned pianos, bench creaks, plucks, pedal noises, releases, SFX, pads, drones, synths, and swirling dreamscapes.

By using these elements judiciously, a composer can create a score that will stay with viewers long after the credits have rolled. If you’re looking for traditional instruments or something totally unique, Soundiron has something for you. With a vast library of sounds and a commitment to quality, Soundiron is your go-to source for all your musical needs.

The Kontakt interface gives you a suite of automation-ready sound-shaping controls to give you total creative flexibility. You have control over the swell, attack, release, offset, vibrato, filter, pitch (coarse & fine), articulation switching, cross-fading, and layering.

Soundiron also included 20 unique sound-designed custom FX presets to give you lots of creative options. With so much control at your fingertips, the possibilities are endless! So dive in and start creating the perfect sounds for your next project.

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