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just_a_man_in_black

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What's changed in V2
« on: December 07, 2017, 07:27:21 pm »
what are the differences between Piano V and Piano V2?

Germain.arturia

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Re: What's changed in V2
« Reply #1 on: December 08, 2017, 11:31:37 am »
Hi just_a_man_in_black,
here is a complete list of what has changed between pianoV1 and piano V2 . For your information , you can find all this data in every plugin's release notes, using the info icon on this page :
https://www.arturia.com/support/updates&manuals or in your arturia software center, by clicking directly on the product name.

New features

    3 New piano models : Japanese Grand, Plucked Grand and Tack Upright
    New micro setups for Grand and Upright pianos
    Added max polyphony parameter
    Added 2 shelf + 3 band Parametric Equalizer, with ranges from 20hz to 10khz, and -30/+30dB
    New stereo Delay effect
    Added Delay left-right parameter to mixer
    New compressor effect
    Added a bypass button for all effects
    Added a vu-meter on master output
    Playlists can now be exported
    More special characters are now allowed for typing in comments
    Added an "Empty" MIDI configuration

Improvements

    Updated Audio engine and sound design for all piano models
    Improved all reverb impulses
    Improved dynamic range for Grand Piano's presets
    Reduced installer size
    Various GUI improvements

Bugfixes

    No more audio Glitches
    Pedals are no more ignored after changing piano model or preset
    GUI Sustain pedal now lights up when using a real one
    Program Changes are now properly handled in Audio Unit
    Program Changes do not lead to an empty playlist anymore
    Cancelling an "overwrite" operation doesn't close "save as" panel anymore
    Uninstallation from Arturia Software Center is now keeping user presets
    No more horizontal scrolling when using a trackball or trackpad on OSX
    Parameters are now properly shown on a Keylab Essential LCD screen
    Default MIDI mapping cannot be deleted anymore
    Empty slots on a playlist can no more be selected with an Arturia MIDI controller
    Preset browser and toolbar are now well synchronized
    On NKS controllers, LEDs to show keyboard parts are now properly loaded
    Save/delete MIDI configuration pop-up window is more readable
    Unassigned MIDI buttons are no more shown as active

hope it helps,
best,

Edouard_Arturia

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Re: What's changed in V2
« Reply #2 on: December 12, 2017, 03:16:34 pm »
Edouard Arturia

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Re: What's changed in V2
« Reply #3 on: December 13, 2017, 06:24:23 pm »
Hi Edouard,

Is there a way to set the Velocity Curve globally? I've searched in the manual but couldn't find it.

"Save Current Config" didn't work as well.
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Pierre Arturia

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Re: What's changed in V2
« Reply #4 on: January 05, 2018, 12:13:02 pm »
Hi crystalmsc,

No there is currently no way to set the Velocity Curve globally. I understand the need for such feature and it will certainly be added in upcoming updates.

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Re: What's changed in V2
« Reply #5 on: July 27, 2018, 12:25:47 pm »
Bugfixes

    No more audio Glitches
    Pedals are no more ignored after changing piano model or preset
    GUI Sustain pedal now lights up when using a real one
    Program Changes are now properly handled in Audio Unit
    Program Changes do not lead to an empty playlist anymore
    Cancelling an "overwrite" operation doesn't close "save as" panel anymore
    Uninstallation from Arturia Software Center is now keeping user presets
    No more horizontal scrolling when using a trackball or trackpad on OSX
    Parameters are now properly shown on a Keylab Essential LCD screen
    Default MIDI mapping cannot be deleted anymore
    Empty slots on a playlist can no more be selected with an Arturia MIDI controller
    Preset browser and toolbar are now well synchronized
    On NKS controllers, LEDs to show keyboard parts are now properly loaded
    Save/delete MIDI configuration pop-up window is more readable
    Unassigned MIDI buttons are no more shown as active
Has any of this bugs been fixed for Piano V (V Collection 5)? If not, why?

Improvements

    Updated Audio engine and sound design for all piano models
    Improved all reverb impulses
    Improved dynamic range for Grand Piano's presets
    Reduced installer size
    Various GUI improvements
Any chance to see anything coming to Piano V? At least the GUI improvement would be a nice touch.

Masi

 

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