The sample library “Belarus” features a new and interesting upright piano sound. Most of those pianos were popular not only by being cheap and accesible, but also as being easy to detune and not so ‘beautiful’, compared to a Steinway piano. Still we captured the sound of a typical “Belarus” right after tuning (and as you can see tuning is not perfect because the instrument is quite old) – you can use it in soundtracks, pop music and experimental electronica. There is only one mic position, a mixture of 4 mics that were places as close to the strings as possible. It has 6 dynamic layers and 1 round-robin.
The interface has 2 options:
RR mode – borrows neighbour samples
REVERSE – plays reverse samples
Use MOD Wheel CC#1 to control the built-in low-pass filter