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As a pianist with an instrument at home, it took me years to release a dedicated acoustic piano soundscape on myNoise. Why? Because myNoise custom audio engine is an intriguing creature, difficult to master when crafting musical soundscapes. Imagine creating harmony when the 10 stems—the sliders above—are out of sync. Overcoming this challenge takes time, but once your ear adjusts to the delicate chaos and inherent randomness of myNoise, the result is astonishing—endless, unique combinations.Another hurdle lies in the sound itself. Blending numerous sources demands each stem provide space for the others. We've employed various techniques in time, frequency, stereo field, and even instrument timbre. For instance, this soundscape features not one but two pianos: my grand piano in Belgium and a US-based piano, graciously provided by our friend Torley. Separated by 5,000 miles, these pianos effortlessly create sonic room for each other. ;-)
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