Weber 1929 Baby Grand Piano

(1 customer review)


There are dozens of piano libraries out there. What pretty much all of them have common is that they were recorded under optimal conditions: fancy studios, noise reduction, samples edited to be as clean as possible. In some cases, this is exactly what you want. The problem is when something sounds too perfect, it also stops seeming real. That’s where this little library comes in.

If you want something that sounds like a real piano being played in the real world, this is the piano library for you.

Available in two convenient formats:  Kontakt (requires the full version of Kontakt (version 5.3.1 or later)) and Decent Sampler.


The vintage charm of a 1929 Weber Piano, lovingly sampled and tweaked. Available in two convenient versions: Kontakt and Decent Sampler. Features:

  • Fine-tunable stereo doubling
  • Features reverb knob with custom convolution IR
  • Features standard envelope controls for Attack, Decay, Sustain, and Release
  • Built-in arpeggiator
  • Three layers of faux (adjacent zone) round robins
  • Samples recorded in 44.1khz 24-bit
  • The Kontakt Version requires the full version of Kontakt 5.3.1 or later
  • The Decent Sampler version works with the free version of Decent Sampler available here.

Video Demo:

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1 review for Weber 1929 Baby Grand Piano

  1. Anonymous (verified owner)

    Sound with personality, for very little money! SCALA compatibility is a considerable asset for a digital piano.

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