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If your version of FL Studio supports virtual instruments, these are the typical steps to use Pianissimo: 1. Click on the Channels button, and select Add One->More.. 2. A list of DXi and VSTi plugins, called the "Select generator plugin" window,...
Mixcraft will automatically find any new plug-ins, including Pianissimo, when Mixcraft is first run after installing Pianissimo. Run Mixcraft, and add a Virtual Instrument track. Click on the Instrument button on the virtual instrument track - it's in...
Pianissimo currently requires a contiguous block of 250 megabytes of RAM in order to load its sounds. Try to arrange it so that Pianissimo is the first plugin that loads in your project. This problem generally only happens with existing projects. So, with...
Hammer sounds are trigger when you press the sustain pedal, release the sustain pedal, or release a key. These sounds are designed to be relatively quiet, so that they do not get in the way of your piano's notes. However, as in a real grand piano, the...
Sympathetic resonance is a subtle phenomenon that occurs in real pianos when the sustain pedal is pressed. Normally, when a piano key is not being played, a felt damper presses against that key's strings, keeping them from vibrating. However, when the...
When you're using a USB or MIDI keyboard controller, or playing back a MIDI file, you may find that Pianissimo doesn't respond quite the way you want it to. Pressing a key lightly may sound too quiet, and pressing a key too hard may sound too loud. You ca...
We're looking into the possibility of creating a Mac version of Pianissimo. In the meantime, there are devices like the VMachine [1], which allow you to run PC-compatible virtual instruments (like Pianissimo) on your Macintosh. We've also been told...