Making TG3 Perfect ??

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Making TG3 Perfect ??

Post by c28560 » Sun May 12, 2013 6:15 pm

First of all I'd like to say I'm very happy with TG3. I just love the sound of the samples of the Grand Pianos.

For me the only thing missing is Half Dampering of the sustain pedal. If this feature were included in TG4, I'd upgrade immediately.

What do think ??
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Re: Making TG3 Perfect ??

Post by Bane » Mon May 20, 2013 3:04 pm

Indeed, of course this would be ideal so that those of us who chose the Grand 3 pianos over others can upgrade at a discounted price rather than have to totally start over and practically crossgrade to some other company.

In my opinion, the competition has really intensified in the piano VSTi market since 2009, with all sorts of high quality options now available. If there was enough demand for a sequel, I could see this happening but read up on how many Steinberg VST instruments have abruptly been discontinued.
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