Mastering Solo Piano ???

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RichardT wrote: Fri Sep 03, 2021 1:08 pm For me there is just one sample library I've come across that is as usable - Noire by Native Instruments.

That's interesting; thanks for the tip. I've been tempted by Noire myself; the basic piano sound is lovely. You're right of course that changing piano VSTs can involve quite a bit of MIDI editing.
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Re: Mastering Solo Piano ???

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blinddrew wrote: Tue Aug 31, 2021 8:53 pmIf ever I'm thinking I'm missing a bit of clarity I generally start with looking at the low mids. It's really easy to add lots of power and weight here to give the forte sections plenty of punch or to make something nice and sonorous, but it's easy to overdo it.
It might be worth just taking a moderate Q eq, with a couple of dB negative gain, and giving it a bit of a sweep around that area to see if that brings back a bit of sparkle.

How I'd like to do that very thing, however at present I'm still mastering the intricacies of Logic, only one year in music production, still i will head for Logics EQ plugin and experiment with those low mids to enhance a little clarity.. hope not to over do it.
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Re: Mastering Solo Piano ???

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Gently does it. :thumbup:
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