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Galaxy II K4 Pianos

The Galaxy II K4 consists of three grand pianos: the Vienna Grand (a powerful Bösendorfer Imperial 290), the 1929 German Baby Grand (a vintage Blüthner stutzflügel from 1929) and the 5-star SoundOnSound Galaxy Steinway in stereo and 5.1 surround.

Galaxy II K4 comes with Native Instruments' Kontakt Engine and features a direct-access user interface with improved and simplified menu structure. This version offers a real half pedal function and dynamic playable pedal, damper and string noises (each using a continuous sustain pedal), real repedaling and sostenuto, lossless sample compression for improved disc streaming, 'one-knob' control of timbre and dynamics or the warp engine including pad machine. Additional resonance, release and noise samples have been added and all 30GB of samples have been reworked.

  • Three world-class wings

  • Galaxy Steinway 5.1 (Steinway D in 5.1 surround and stereo)

  • Vienna Grand Imperial (96 Key Bösendorfer with powerful bass range)

  • 1929 German Baby Grand (Vintage Blüthner with an intimate timbre)

  • More than 6000 samples in 24 bit (30GB/18GB with sample compression)

  • Warp engine for sound design beyond known piano sounds

  • Compatible with Kontakt (Player) 4.2 or higher

Vienna Grand

Galaxy II's Vienna Grand is based on a BÖSENDORFER IMPERIAL 290 grand piano. Founded by Ignaz Bösendorfer in 1828, Bösendorfer is the oldest still existing grand piano manufacturer with an outstanding worldwide reputation. The Imperial grand piano with 8 octaves (from sub-contra-C to c5), built at the suggestion of Ferrucia Busoni, caused a sensation as early as 1900. With its 290 cm, the "Imperial" was the longest series-produced grand piano for a long time and is to this day the only piano with 97 keys. The additional keys serve primarily for amplified resonance, but can be played with Galaxy II. The Bösendorfer Imperial is famous for its powerful soundboard.

The Vienna Grand was recorded at Hansahaus Studios in Germany, which has an excellent reputation for its outstanding jazz recordings and has already been awarded two Grammys for it.

  • Vienna Grand Imperial (96 Key Boesendorfer with powerful bass range)

  • More than 2000 samples in 24 bit (12GB/6GB with sample compression)

  • 13 modeled velocity zones for a wide and balanced dynamic range

  • Resonance-, Release- and Noise-Samples

  • Chromatic resonance and multiple velocity release samples

  • Dynamic pedal, damper, hammer and string noises

  • Real Una Corda Samples

  • Real overtone samples

  • Contact Player License Included

  • New "direct access" interface

  • Lossless Sample Compression for improved disk streaming

  • True half-pedal function when using a continuous sustain pedal

  • Real Repedaling and Sostenuto

  • Pedal and damper noises dynamically playable (when using a continuous sustain pedal)

  • "One-Knob" control of timbre and dynamics.

  • Musical EQs for warmth, punch and brilliance

  • Sympathetic String Resonance with real overtones

  • Flexible and easy to use Velocity Editor

  • Folding reverb with IRs of various rooms and concert halls

  • Adjustable stereo width and receiver position

  • Specially designed compressor for pop piano sounds

  • pad machine

Galaxy Steinway

Heinrich Engelhard Steinweg, originally a piano maker of Steinweg pianos, emigrated from Germany to America in 1850. In 1853 Steinweg founded the company Steinway & Sons, by 2006 Steinway had built a total of 570000 grand pianos and uprights. The Steinway Model D 270 is probably the most popular concert grand ever. For Galaxy II, a Steinway D was recorded at Galaxy Studios in Belgium, one of the most prestigious high-end sound studios in Europe with an outstanding sounding concert hall. The instrument was chosen by studio owner Wilfried van Baalen from dozens of instruments at Steinway/Hamburg. The recordings were made in stereo as well as in 5.1 surround.

  • Galaxy Steinway 5.1

  • Steinway D in 5.1 Surround and Stereo

  • More than 2000 samples in 24 bit (14GB/7GB with sample compression)

  • 10 modeled velocity zones for a wide and balanced dynamic range

  • Resonance-, Release- and Noise-Samples

  • Chromatic resonance and multiple velocity release samples

  • Dynamic pedal, damper, hammer and string noises

  • Real overtone samples

  • Contact Player License Included

  • New "direct access" interface

  • Lossless Sample Compression for improved disk streaming

  • True half-pedal function when using a continuous sustain pedal

  • Real Repedaling and Sostenuto

  • Pedal and damper noises dynamically playable (when using a continuous sustain pedal)

  • "One-Knob" control of timbre and dynamics.

  • Musical EQs for warmth, punch and brilliance

  • Sympathetic String Resonance with real overtones

  • Flexible and easy to use Velocity Editor

  • Folding reverb with IRs of various rooms and concert halls

  • Adjustable stereo width and receiver position

  • Specially designed compressor for pop piano sounds

  • pad machine

1929 German Baby Grand

Pianofortefabrik Blüthner in Leipzig is one of the oldest and most renowned piano manufacturers in the world. Blüthner pianos are said to have a warm, romantic, singing sound. Their lyrical character is particularly well expressed in chamber music. Blüthner has been building pianos since 1853, and as early as 1885 the company was the largest piano manufacturer in Europe. Famous composers, conductors and pianists owned Blüthner grand pianos, including Brahms, Bartok, Debussy, Tchaikovsky and Wagner. Blüthner pianos were just as popular in pop music. So a Blüthner was used on the Beatles' Let It Be album, especially good to hear on the titles 'Let It Be' and 'The Long and Winding Road'. Galaxy II's 1929 GERMAN BABY GRAND is also based on samples from a BLÜTHNER Model 150, built in 1929. This beautiful vintage grand piano features a warm, lyrical and intimate tone.

  • 1929 German Baby Grand (Vintage Blüthner with a very nice "singing" sound)

  • More than 2000 samples in 24 bit (12GB/6GB with sample compression)

  • 13 modeled velocity zones for a wide and balanced dynamic range

  • Resonance-, Release- and Noise-Samples

  • Chromatic resonance and multiple velocity release samples

  • Dynamic pedal, damper, hammer and string noises

  • Real Una Corda Samples

  • Real overtone samples

  • Contact Player License Included

  • New "direct access" interface

  • Lossless Sample Compression for improved disk streaming

  • True half-pedal function when using a continuous sustain pedal

  • Real Repedaling and Sostenuto

  • Pedal and damper noises dynamically playable (when using a continuous sustain pedal)

  • "One-Knob" control of timbre and dynamics.

  • Musical EQs for warmth, punch and brilliance

  • Sympathetic String Resonance with real overtones

  • Flexible and easy to use Velocity Editor

  • Folding reverb with IRs of various rooms and concert halls

  • Adjustable stereo width and receiver position

  • Specially designed compressor for pop piano sounds

  • pad machine

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