File Size: 8.69 GB
The content of the library was recorded in Sofia Session Studio B using multiple closed microphones, which were later combined into one microphone position. Along with this, The Felt Seiler contains 3 more synth / sound design layers of your choice to help you shape your unique sound. We've named these three layers according to the mood that sounds closest to their sound: warmth, pain, and loneliness. For all three of these, you have the option to Clear (the ON / OFF button at the top of the volume slider), Solo, or Disable each of the layers.
In addition, you can adjust the volume and width of the stereo sound, and assign different outputs to each microphone position as needed. We've also added a “reverse” option (a round button representing an inverted “play” symbol) that lets you play any of the sound design layers in reverse, adding even more options for creating different musical textures and colors.
In the center of the GUI you will find the Soft and Sustain buttons. The Sustain button is by default linked to your piano's sustain pedal, as you'd expect, and will play sustain samples when pressed. However, by clicking the button in the GUI, you enable playback of all available sustain samples. We also tried the Felt Seiler with the Soft pedal depressed, and this mode can be activated by pressing the “Soft” button in the interface. This sound is quieter, even softer, because the dampers in the piano are closer to the strings, there is less vibration, which in turn results in a warmer and softer piano sound.