Audio Wonder Releases Plucked Piano For KONTAKT

If you love the sound of the piano but you would like to try something a bit different (with a cinematic feel), you should give this a try. Plucked piano is a collection of plucked piano samples captured from Audio Wonder’s studio.

A Geyer Grand piano was used via an assortment of high end Neumann, Royer and AKG mics run through Neve preamplifiers. The library features 3 velocity layers per note and four mic positions packaged in an easy to use, single-page interface.


  • LDC – AKG 414s intimately close to the soundboard (stereo).
  • SDC – Spaced pair of Neumann KM184s a few inches above (stereo).
  • Ribbon – Royer R122 ribbons in a stereo pair right above the hammers (stereo).
  • Tube – Neumann M149 Tube mic (mono).


  • 478 Samples
  • 48khz/24bit
  • 2.62 GB (1.1GB Compressed)
  • VST, AU, AAX

Watch as Olajide Paris takes you on a tour of Audio Wonder’s newest library Plucked Piano.

Full Retail Version of Native Instruments Kontakt 5.5.2 or later required. (Not supported by free Kontakt Player)

Pricing & Availability:
$29 – Intro Pricing (Goes to $49 on September 26th) available now at the Audio Wonder website.

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