jdg78 I’m not a samplist (not even a would be samplist). I created these libraries as a birthday present for my father. I even cajoled a teacher into giving me extra credits for them. As far as I’m concerned, they basically fulfilled their reasons to be.
I still have lots of raw material from my recordings, so, why not? Sometime in the future (Xmass holidays are not too far away), I might release an enhanced 2.0 version of some of these instruments.
I’d welcome some feedback from those who tried (and perhaps liked) my pianos, to help me set my priorities according to the needs of an actual user base.
I’d like to know which improvements you’d like to see in the next version and why.
If you wish, tell me a bit about the music you play and why such features would be significant for you.
Also, let me know which of my pianos you liked best.
Please avoid whimsical request like 88 keys in 60 velocity layers, 4th pedal, 2 round robins, and 3 mike perspectives. 🤣
I most likely won’t have time to dig into coding or implementing advanced functions that require tinkering with the sound waves.
Let’s be realistic and focus on well-chosen refinements that would benefit most of the users.
Also, let me know if you’d be willing to test these new patches on platforms and software other than Linux and Linuxsampler/Liquidsfz.