For SP4 users: PC3LE programs, one per file

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Re: For SP4 users: PC3LE programs, one per file

Postby gohomsy » Sat Feb 01, 2014 12:40 am

thank you so much ... very much appreciated.
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Re: For SP4 users: PC3LE programs, one per file

Postby marcus » Sat Apr 19, 2014 2:46 am

@ Moderator --> You can delete my last entries.

If you have the Sound Tower SP4 editor you can load all sounds from the PC3le into the librairy of the editor.
That way you only have to click on a sound in the librairy to select it.

What I did:
1 I downloaded the demo editor of the PC3le from Soundtower and installed it.
2 In demo mode I selected the LIBRARIAN
3 Open bank 1-128 to 897-1024 and save them on your computer Bank > Save Bank

4 Start the Soundtower SP4 editor and connect your SP4
5 Go to the LIBRARIAN
6 Bank > Load Bank to ... Select the banks on your computer
Note: Start to load (1-128) to bank C and so on. That way you won't lose your User programs.
7 Sound will be loaded into your SP4 starting from slot 256
8 When all is loaded, save the libririan file Librarian > Save Library File As

I suppose you can do the same with programs from the PC3. However the will be some compatibility issue's.
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Re: For SP4 users: PC3LE programs, one per file

Postby Maurus » Tue Apr 22, 2014 11:24 am

Awesome!!! :)

I can finally check the list.

Thanks a lot for this post, people :!:
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Re: For SP4 users: PC3LE programs, one per file

Postby sanchoarizu » Sun May 11, 2014 12:29 pm

thank you thank you and thank you.

Just if anyone is interested, you can download the editing software (demo version free) where you can see all the programs by family or otherwise.

I'm trying to find a way to load the banks into the software to hear how they sound. That way we can select beforehand our favorite 64 extra sounds!!!!
here is the link for the software:
http://www.soundtower.com/pc3le/index.html
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Re: For SP4 users: PC3LE programs, one per file

Postby leocolon » Wed Jul 09, 2014 12:43 pm

A real big THANK YOU from Germany :D

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Re: For SP4 users: PC3LE programs, one per file

Postby crossfitbsas » Mon Sep 29, 2014 2:15 pm

sanchoarizu wrote:thank you thank you and thank you.

Just if anyone is interested, you can download the editing software (demo version free) where you can see all the programs by family or otherwise.

I'm trying to find a way to load the banks into the software to hear how they sound. That way we can select beforehand our favorite 64 extra sounds!!!!
here is the link for the software:
http://www.soundtower.com/pc3le/index.html



Vey good way, using it this way I can see what type of program is, I need only pianos, son with this way I can finde them more easy! Thank u very much!!!
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Re: For SP4 users: PC3LE programs, one per file

Postby crossfitbsas » Thu Oct 02, 2014 7:13 am

Hi guys maybe someone can help me so I'll not need to check all list.
Is there some sound of acustic piano like Yamaha Portable Grand? de DHX serie? It's beacause I had yamaha before and recentlly get sp4-8 and not find some piano program whitchs sounds like yamaha or something close.
Thanks
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Re: For SP4 users: PC3LE programs, one per file

Postby Kaffimusic » Thu Oct 02, 2014 12:19 pm

Well. I will not sound like the Yamaha-style pianos. By purpose. The closest you may get to a Yamaha-sound is the "StudioGrand" (or a name similar like this...).
I had Yamaha before, too. It takes some time until your ears has somewhat adapted to a more natural sound. Trust me, it´s deeper and fits much better in any stage or studio environment like what you are used to.
But it´s definitely less pumped up. That´s what you might miss. I don´t miss the Yamaha-piano any longer. Insdead, when I hear my Motif now, I feel it sounds flat and cold. Though it´s stereo, clear and everything.
You will like it, or you may never like it.
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Re: For SP4 users: PC3LE programs, one per file

Postby crossfitbsas » Thu Oct 02, 2014 1:49 pm

Thanks for info, Yes its like I thouth, it's will take some tiem to change my hearing from yamaha to kurz, but Its really better stage piano , more pro.
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Re: For SP4 users: PC3LE programs, one per file

Postby Kaffimusic » Thu Oct 02, 2014 3:50 pm

Well, I personally like the Horowiz Grand the most, because it has a sweet mix of response, depht, darkness an clarity. I use a slighly pimped version on my PC3 as my everyday piano on stage and in band context.
With one of the later OS updates for the PC3 there came 2 new programs, the "pro piano" and the next number (I guess "pop piano"), they both are boosted to some degree with treble - something that is more common with Yam-sounds. The pop even more like the pro,b ut I don´t like it that much. I use the pro in case I need extra fat and bright lower notes/octaves (for example with the song "rolling in the deep"). You might be able to load those into your SP4, but I don´t know. I haven´t check the specs of those sounds and how they were boosted. It may be you SP4 lacks the FX-section to do the same.
But you won´t find a ac piano sound that is completlely different, since all of them are based on the same sample-set, they just differ in synthesizer settings. So they are all somewhat related to each other, but differ in response to the keys, bright/darkness, sustain behavior and FX.
Just the newer models Artis and Forte have brought some completely new samplesets.
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