Freddie Mercury’s Piano Now Available As A Virtual Instrument

Wavesfactory has released Mercury – a new grand piano sample library for Kontakt Player that’s based on Freddy Mercury’s Fazioli F228 piano.

Mercury was recorded with 5 mic positions, from ultra-close to room sound for maximum versatility.

Here’s what they have to say about it:

It has been captured with so much detail and depth that you can make it sound in a million different ways and still sound natural, but it will always retain the character. Mercury can be a big monster library or light-weighted since one microphone only uses ~300MB of RAM. With realism in mind and all the possible features that we could think of including soft pedalling, una corda, sostenuto, sympathetic resonance, microtuning…

Here’s a look at the making of Mercury:

Audio demo:

Pricing and Availability:

Mercury is available with an intro price of € 99.00 (€ 149.00 from December 1st).

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