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I was looking for a good sounding virtual piano, as an alternative to the internal piano voices of my Casio PX-5S. I am more after that uprightish piano sound, instead of a pure Steinway, Bösendorfer or Yamaha C7 grand. The Blüthner is right between an upright, and a grand, which suits me fine. There are a lot of good presets to choose from. I like the warping engine, and that you can mix strings, and some other sounds with the piano voice. I recommend the Galaxy II German Baby Grand.




Best Service Galaxy Ii Grand Piano Collection



Galaxy II contains three grand pianos: the Vienna Grand (a powerful Bösendorfer Imperial), the 1929 German Baby Grand (a Vintage Blüthner baby grand), and the 5 star awarded Galaxy Steinway in stereo and 5.1 surround. Galaxy II K4 is based on Native Instruments' Kontakt engine, presenting new features, better performance and a completely redesigned direct access user interface.The upcoming version Galaxy II K4 is based on Native Instruments' Kontakt engine, presenting new features, better performance and a completely redesigned direct access user interface. Version 4 offers true half pedaling, true repedaling and dynamically playable pedal, damper and string noises when using a continuous sustain pedal.


Heinrich Engelhard Steinweg, piano maker of the Steinweg brand, emigrated from Germany to America in 1850. In 1853, Steinweg founded Steinway & Sons, by the year 2000, Steinway had made its 550,000th piano. The Steinway Model D 270 is probably the most popular concert grand of all. For Galaxy II, a Model D was recorded in Galaxy Studios, Belgium; one of the most sophisticated high-end studios in Europe, which also boasts a huge recording hall. The instrument was chosen by studio owner Wilfried van Baaren out of dozens of instruments at Steinway/Hamburg. It was recorded in 5.1 surround and stereo with a tremendous microphone setup to capture its size and dynamic range with 6 channels.


Galaxy II is the successor to the acclaimed Galaxy Steinway 5.1 grand piano, with the addition of two more instruments - the Vienna Grand Imperial (Bosendorfer Imperial 290, famous for its powerful soundboard and low end) and a 1929 German Baby Grand (Bluthner), which has a warm, vintage character and intimate tone. The Galaxy Steinway itself is the concert hall Model D 270, recorded in both stereo and 5.1 surround. Needless to say, all three pianoswere captured using the very best mics and recording equipment, without the application of EQ or Compression.Using Native Instruments' latest Kontakt 2 Player, Galaxy II operates as standalone instrument or as a VST, AU, RTAS and DXi plug-in. As with all KP2 instruments, the interface has been specially tailored to suit the task in hand, offering a range of creative sound-shaping tools including two reverbs (one of which is an impulse response), effects and impressive tone controls. An interesting feature is the single-knob tone control, which is not the usual EQ. Instead it uses different samples for different settings, dynamically mapping and balancing the volume differences between the softer and harder samples.Multi-sampled at several velocity levels and at whole step intervals, all three pianos sound terrific. Testbericht : Galaxy II MusicTech Magazine - October 2007 Galaxy II is the successor to the acclaimed Galaxy Steinway 5.1 grand piano, with the addition of two more instruments - the Vienna Grand Imperial (Bosendorfer Imperial 290, famous for its powerful soundboard and low end) and a 1929 German Baby Grand (Bluthner), which has a warm, vintage character and intimate tone. The Galaxy Steinway itself is the concert hall Model D 270, recorded in both stereo and 5.1 surround. Needless to say, all three pianoswere captured using the very best mics and recording equipment, without the application of EQ or Compression.Using Native Instruments' latest Kontakt 2 Player, Galaxy II operates as standalone instrument or as a VST, AU, RTAS and DXi plug-in. As with all KP2 instruments, the interface has been specially tailored to suit the task in hand, offering a range of creative sound-shaping tools including two reverbs (one of which is an impulse response), effects and impressive tone controls. An interesting feature is the single-knob tone control, which is not the usual EQ. Instead it uses different samples for different settings, dynamically mapping and balancing the volume differences between the softer and harder samples.Multi-sampled at several velocity levels and at whole step intervals, all three pianos sound terrific.


VIENNA GRAND is comprised of sampling a Bösendorfer Imperial 290 grand piano. Established by Ignaz Bösendorfer in 1828, Bösendorfer are the oldest piano manufacturers still in production and have a history of constructing some of the worlds finest instruments.


Galaxy II contains three grand pianos: the Vienna Grand (a powerful Bösendorfer Imperial), the 1929 German Baby Grand (a Vintage Blüthner baby grand), and the 5 star awarded Galaxy Steinway in stereo and 5.1 surround. Galaxy II K4 is based on the Kontakt engine by Native Instruments, presenting new features, better performance and a completely redesigned direct access user interface.


Vienna GrandGalaxy IIs Vienna Grand is comprised of sampling a BOESENDORFER IMPERIAL 290 grand piano. Established by Ignaz Bösendorfer in 1828, Bösendorfer are the oldest piano manufacturers still in production and have a history of constructing some of the worlds finest instruments. The Model 290 Imperial, a 96 grand piano, is famous for its powerful soundboard and its extended keyboard; going as far as a bottom C0, making a full eight octave range or 97 keys. Sometimes, these extra keys are hidden under a small hinged lid, on others, the colours of the extra white keys are reversed (black instead of white). The extra keys are added primarily for increased resonance from the associated strings; that is, they vibrate sympathetically with other strings whenever the damper pedal is depressed thus creating a fuller tone. With the VIENNA GRAND they are playable.


Galaxy SteinwayHeinrich Engelhard Steinweg, piano maker of the Steinweg brand, emigrated from Germany to America in 1850. In 1853, Steinweg founded Steinway & Sons, by the year 2000, Steinway had made its 550,000th piano. The Steinway Model D 270 is probably the most popular concert grand of all. For Galaxy II, a Model D was recorded in Galaxy Studios, Belgium; one of the most sophisticated high-end studios in Europe, which also boasts a huge recording hall. The instrument was chosen by studio owner Wilfried van Baaren from a range of dozens of instruments at Steinway/Hamburg. It has been recorded in 5.1 surround and stereo with a tremendous microphone setup to capture its size and dynamic range with 6 channels.


The Opera House is located in Daegu, South Korea. It has 6 floors, divided into two underground floors and four above ground floors. It looks like a grand piano and its outer wall is made of glass. There are 1,490 horseshoe-shaped seats in the theater, providing opportunities for ordinary citizens to enjoy the opera. The theater also has an opera classroom, where visitors can learn opera appreciation methods and Aria, opera dress-up experience equals opera-related theory and practice. In addition, concerts, musicals, ballet and other themed performances represented by the "Daegu International Opera Festival" are staged here, making it an important venue for local performance culture.


Serving the campus com-munity for over 50 years.With a circulation of 3,500,this issue is 8 pages.FountainheadON THE INSIDEChildren's rights, p. 2ELP review, p. 5.B-ball schedule, p. 7Vol. 52, No. 26East Carolina UniversityGreenville, North Carolina13 July 1977Snackbarcloseduntil fallBy CINDY BROOMENews EditorThe Mendenhall StudentCenter snack bar is closed duringthe summer due to lack ofbusiness, according to TomHoover, Food Service Director ofServomation"There was no traffic saidHoover."It was a mutual closingbetween us and the universityThe electrical appliances areturned off, said Hoover, and theuniversity is saving money on theutilities bill.Servomation operates thesnack bar, according to PaulBreitman, Associate Director andBusiness Manager of Menden-hall."They use a part of ourbuilding said Breitman."Mendenhall doesn't operatethe snack bar."The closing is an effort toconserve money said Breitman.The summer operating hoursat Mendenhall are from 8:30 a.m.to 5 p.m said Breitman.Back to schoolECU COED gazes out, from Whichard building obviously thinking about a vacation following the four-week summer session. Photo byabout something other than returning to school. Maybe she's thinking Pete PodeszwaWarren: Inadequate lighting "handicapssSGA working to install, improve lightingBy CINDY BROOMENews EditorThe SGA is working on aproject to install more lightingnear women's rooms and tocorrect faulty lighting on campus,according to Reed Warren, SGAvice-president."We want to identify theproblem and look into the financ-ing said Neil Sessoms, SGApresident." It' II be very expensive saidSessoms, "but I doubt it will beSGA-funded"Apprc nately half thewomen stud, ts we talked toduring our campaign mentionedthe inadequate lighting saidWarren."I feel it's the responsibilityof the SGA to try to oorrect thisproblemWarren plans to confer withCliff Moore, Vice Chancellor forBusiness Affairs, about thesituation."The escort system doesn'twork said Warren.The men and women's dormsare too far apart fa the escatsystem to do much good, accord-ing to Warren.The lack of adequate lightingnear the women's dams has beena "handicap" to the womenstudents, according to Warren."The girls who are going toMendenhall Student Center andthe library at night alone arechancing it said Warren.Sometimes they can't get afriend a roommate to go withthem he said."Instead of giving rapelectures, the lighting should beimproved so there would be lesspossibility of a rape said IWarren.Warren said the main interestis the women's dams, both thehigh-rise dams and the damsbeside the mall.I n addition to correcting faultyighting and installing lightingnear the women's dams, Warrensaid lighting should be installedin other dark areas on campus."Many people have nightclasses said Warren."It's dangerous fa wanen towalk at night alone."I'll push fa this project untilwe see positive action saidWarren."I don't believe this is some-thing the administration canignaeEconomics pro f returns from research tripECU NEWS BUREAUDr. Oscar K. Moae, eco-nomics professa at ECU, hasreturned fron a tour of Europe,where he did research fa a reporton wald coffee production andpricing to be given to the AtlanticEoonomic Society in WashingtonD.C. this fall.In Geneva, Switzerland, Dr.Moore consulted with UnitedNations officials Frederick Clair-moite and Alexander Bohrisch atthe offices of the UN Conferenoeon Wald Trade and Develop-ment.Dr. Moae was a guest of theUniversity of Geneva fa Inter-national Studies and addressed agathering of UN economists ontrends in wald trade in thePalace of Nations in Geneva.He also visited London, wherehe met with John Louden,director of the InternationalCoffee Agreement, an agani-zatioi of maja coffee-producingand coffee-consuming nations.Befae leaving Loidon, Dr.Moore consulted with AlanJefferies, directa of the L.M.Rothschild Sons Bank.Moae and Jefferies discussedcauses of the recent uptrend onthe price of gold, the subject of afuture Moore report now inpreparation.Jefferies, as directa of theLondon Rothschild bank, plays aprimary role in gold pricing.Among the factas in influencingthe rise in gold prices, he said,are heavy purchases of gold bythe oil-producing Arab nations,increase in gold coinage sold bythe Union of South Africa to coincollectors, new worldwide in-dustrial uses fa gold, and anincrease in the gold marketed bythe Soviet Union.Befae joining the ECU facultyin 1963, Dr. Mcore taught at theUniversity of Flaida and was astaff econonist fa the U.S. Officeof Faeigh Agricultural Relations,the U.S. Faeign Service and theHearst Cap.ECU receives dietetics grantA grant of $17,486 has beenawarded ECU by the U.S. PublicHealth Service's Health Re-sources Administration to furtherdevelop a coordinated under-graduate program option indietetics.The program is a joint ventureof the ECU School of HomeEoonomics and the ECU School ofAllied Health and Social Pro-fessions.The funds will enable ECU tostrengthen the clinical componentof its general dietetics program,coordinated by Marjaie Chusedof the ECU Department of Food,Nutrition and Institution Manage-ment.According to Miriam B.Moae, dean of the School ofHome Economics, agreementshave been negotiated with severalarea hospitals, institutions andagencies to initiate and expandclinical learning experience fastudents preparing for thedietetics profession."Continuation of the currentprogram effat is sound and willwork toward improving effats toreduce the aitical shatage ofdietetic personr0' in NorthCarolina she said."At present there is noapproved coordinated under-graduate program, no internshipprogram and very few opportun-ities for traineeships in thisstateDr. Moae said ECU willoontinue to develop alternativesto the ooadinated program indietetics by strengthening areasof general dietetics to includecommunity dietetics and food-service managements.Page View Image 2Page 2 FOUNTAINHEAD 13 July 1977Do children have constitutional rights?A 15-year-old girl in Wash-ington asks a juvenile court todeclare her "incorrigible" andplace her in a foster home of herchoice.She and her parents havebeen fueding-over whom shedates, whether or not she maysmoke-and she oonsidersi thesedifferences irreconcilable.The judge, apparently con-cerned that she might otherwiserun away from home, grants herrequest. His decision, appealedby the parents, is upheld by theState Supreme Court.In Massachusetts, a numberof pregnant teenagers join asunnamed plaintiffs in a suitattacking the constitutionality of astate statute, which requires aminor desiring an abortion to gainthe oonsent of both parents or aoourt order.The case will be heard by theU.S. Supreme Court in the fall.And in California-in a casethat will scon come before thestate Supreme Court-a 14-year-old youth challenges the law thatallows a parent to commit a childto a mental hospital without anyhearing.The inevitable contest hasbegun. Across the country, youthadvocates are declaring thatchildren, too, have their inalien-able rights, which cannot beinfringed upon-whether by state,school system, or even their ownparents.This last claim, however,raises the most difficult andunique issue thus far in children'srights, and underscores how thismovement differs significantlyfrom earlier liberation move-ments."We're not saying that an8-year-old should be able todetermine his or her owndestiny said attorney PaulineTessler, of the Youth Law Centerin San Francisco."But what goes on betweenparent and child should not be apower relationship but one ofbenevolent nurturance, wherekids are given as many choices asthey can handle.Now that's the ideal, andthere's no way to legislate itbutthe most blatant kinds of abusesmust be dealt withThe key question, of course, iswhat constitutes an abuse ofparental authority.Parents have their rights, too,and their Derogative to raisetheir children as they see fit hasalways been protected, thefamily's autonomy zealouslyguarded against intrusion by thestate."People who are againstchildren's rights always invokethis outrageous, absolutely in-corrigible spoiled brat who justsays to hell with you whenever hisparents ask him to do anything-and they' re afraid that this sort ofindividual is now going to haveFlashesBowlingBaha'iAll tropies for fall and springquarter bowling leages are avail-able to be picked up at theMendenhall Student CenterBowling Center. Bowling Centerhours are from 1 p.m. until 5p.m Monday through Friday.The first meeting of the Baha' iAssociation will be in Mendenhallroom 238 at 4 flOWed. Come findthe answers to your questionsconcerning the newest and fastestgrowing faith, the Baha'iassociation.MassGuitarists, singers, musiciansof all sorts needed for campusMass (Sunday 12:30). Practice at1030 in Biology Auditorium onSunday. For further informationcall 752-4043. You don't have tobe Catholic to love good music!power says Peter Bull, attorneyat Legal Services for Children inSan Francisco."But the fact is that it's veryunusual for a child to want tooonfront a parent-children maturegradually, and until a certainpoint, they want to be de-pendent"A child is always told, 'Dothis 'dothat nobody says 'I'myour agent, you're the principal,what you want I will do. Articu-late your grievance, and I'll try tomake it work through the sys-temConsider for example, thecase of Alice, who was thirteenwhen her parents decided todivorce, about two years ago.Alice's natural mother haddied when she was four, and herfather remarried two years later;but his new wife never botheredto go through formal adoptionproceedings.Alice desperately wanted togo live with the woman who hadbeen mother to her fa almost aslong as she oould remember; butthe court ruled that neithernatural nor adoptive mother, shehad no legal standing in the case,and awarded custody to thenatural father.Alice confided her troubles toher teacher, who in turn told thestory to a lawyer friend, Liz Cole,then practicing in San Jose, Calif."It really made me madCole recalled, "so I mouthed offabout how the kid should havesome rights - it just wasn't fair."I said that while I oould seehow t


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