Pianos for Arturia Pigments 3 and Analog Lab V contains 30 sampled piano based presets. All presets are based on acoustic grand and electric piano soundsources. Each different patch has its distinctive character.
Electric piano is a type of keyboard instrument that uses electrical signals to generate the sound instead of the traditional acoustic piano.
Electric piano are most commonly used in jazz, pop, and rock music. The electric keyboard has been around for a lot of year and it is responsible for some of the most iconic music tracks in history.
Electric pianos can be either stand-alone instruments or integrated into other musical equipment such as synthesizers and guitars.
From the other side grand piano is a musical instrument consisting of a keyboard with 88 keys and a soundboard that amplifies the vibration of each key to produce sound.
The grand piano has been around for centuries and is one of the most popular instruments in the world. It is used in classical music, jazz, blues, rock, pop and many other styles of music. The grand piano has been used in many notable pieces including "Moonlight Sonata", "Fur Elise", "Toccata and Fugue" and many more.
Using piano samples in a synth like Pigments gives us plenty of new possibilities to manipulate the sound to new sonic dimensions. In this way the instrument is losing its acoustic characteristic and it is transforming into new synthetic timbre with infinite creation dimension.
Pigments can manipulate the soundsource in a lot of different ways adding new things within the texture os the sound - this was the main goal in this soundbank. Creating some synthetic flavored piano patches with heavy experimentation coming from the synth's abilities.
It is a nice small addition whether you play rock, metal or electronic, ambient and experimental things. In some of the presets you could easily recognize some 90's influenced vibes.
Presets walkthrough video