Piano sounds with NI Massive?

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What daw are you using outta curiosity?
Does that have anything to do with his question?

I would search through the presets for something that sounds like a piano and then check out how they made it, reverse-engineering mate!
 

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Cubase 4, as far as I am aware there are no piano sounds within it!

I have used Logic Pro to make other tracks and that had some Grand Pianos and similar sounds built in which is real handy! :)
 

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Does that have anything to do with his question?

I would search through the presets for something that sounds like a piano and then check out how they made it, reverse-engineering mate!
Nice idea man, now you mention it there is a sound on there that might work with the removal of some effects :) I will give it a go!
 

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Cubase 4, as far as I am aware there are no piano sounds within it!

I have used Logic Pro to make other tracks and that had some Grand Pianos and similar sounds built in which is real handy! :)
Exactly my point, most daws, like Logic, have good standard instruments
 

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I have the "Grand Ivory VST" and the "Reason Pianos Refill", more than enough for me. Also got Edirol Orchestra which I use more for orchestral parts, but damn I would like a copy of Vienna Symphonic Libraries.. :D
 
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Massive is for Bass and synth stuff, why not just use the out of the box stuff within Cubase for starters?

That said I will check out edirol orchestral so thanks for the tip!
 
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I have the "Grand Ivory VST" and the "Reason Pianos Refill", more than enough for me. Also got Edirol Orchestra which I use more for orchestral parts, but damn I would like a copy of Vienna Symphonic Libraries.. :D
This. There is no way you're ever going to come close to the absolute depth, versatility and quality you get from a good piano multi/hypersample. Hey, when you're basically using a £90,000 piano in your tunes, nothing else comes close.
 

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yeah i love the korg for that great old skool piano feel. ill have to check out the other thats mentioned but always thought the Korg M1 was the one to beat
 
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