WTB: TruePianos

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fatrabbit
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WTB: TruePianos

Post by fatrabbit » Sat Jan 10, 2009 1:20 pm

So, i've got 7 days left on my trial version of TruePianos and i'm really liking it. The demo only has 1 of 4 modules, and the others seem to sound pretty good from the audio demos. Is it worth getting, compared to the competitors? I like the fact that it's not a hard-drive or CPU hog.

And is there anyone who has a copy just lying around they want to sell?

jasefos
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Re: WTB: TruePianos

Post by jasefos » Sat Jan 10, 2009 2:08 pm

fatrabbit wrote:So, i've got 7 days left on my trial version of TruePianos and i'm really liking it. The demo only has 1 of 4 modules, and the others seem to sound pretty good from the audio demos. Is it worth getting, compared to the competitors? I like the fact that it's not a hard-drive or CPU hog.

And is there anyone who has a copy just lying around they want to sell?
Absolutely LOVE True Pianos. Out of all plugins I bought last year, I'd have to rate it as my most favourite. Lean on the CPU and sounds incredible! I have several alternatives at my disposal but I always come back to True Pianos for its expressiveness and robustness. Treat yourself to a good reverb plugin while you're at it!

Sorry, mine is not for sale.
; )
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