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VSCO2 Piano
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VST rate
4.4 / 5
(10 votes)

VSCO2 Piano - Piano
VSCO2 Piano is a sampled piano.

Samples were recorded by Versilian Studios / Sam Gossner.

Info : won't work with Windows XP.




(106.9 Mb)
  V 1.02
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  V 1.02
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  V 1.02
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  V 1.02


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Oct 21 2019
  5  / 5
Very warm sound, if you play higher notes you need to eq out the lower frequencies and it is very quiet/soft so compression is sometimes needed for more aggressive playing. For softer playing it is perfect without eq or compression. You can hear the hammer action which makes it authentic and the velocity range is pretty good. The controls are simple, A.D.S.R, volume and reverb. I have replaced a lot of my piano synths with this as it it suits my needs perfectly,

Sept 27 2019
  Dizzy Roach
  4  / 5
Love this VST so much. Used it on a lot of projects in the past whenever I needed a very deep piano segment.

Feb 16 2019
  3  / 5
Many of the higher-pitch samples have a fairly audible thump from the keyboard action, especially at higher velocity. Still a decent VST, and much better than most free alternatives.
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Nov 30 2018
  ?  / 5
Why doesn't it produce any sound when I load it on "everyone Piano"
Sept 07 2019
It should, i also use it on EOP

May 18 2018
  5  / 5
A really great piano

Sept 08 2017
  5  / 5
Been looking for a replacement to my old Akai "soft baby grand" for a long time, this comes pretty close. Some of the samples do contain a little bit of noise but don't let that put you off, this instrument has a deep, emotional tone. EQ/reverb fixes noise contamination. I love it. *****

May 27 2017
  Humid Peony
  5  / 5
It is definetly not a universal tool, but I love this piano very much, it sounds perfectly for my needs (slow piano/ambient pieces). Best part of all VSCO rompler for me!

May 04 2017
  Anton H
  2  / 5
Muddy samples of a very beaten old piano where everything is very badly adjusted. It needs plenty of EQ and sadly there is a very annoying hiss behind the sound which makes it useless for solo work. Might come in handy for 50´s rock´n´roll covers with a band though and certainly has a character on its own.