ZAK Sound released Colorwoods Piano, an acoustic piano with a natural and serene taste but also powerful and crisp when you push it to the limit. It is based on an upright piano and was recorded with five gradual velocities for exact accuracy on every blow.
To get a full sound, we used 6 microphones to record this piano: a centered large-diaphragm condenser microphone, a pair of small-diaphragm condensers in XY, another pair of small-diaphragm condensers in the front position, and a dynamic microphone.
When all mic positions are active simultaneously, the sound is super full and complete. But it is also possible to control each microphone position with an individual gain knob.
This is why Colorwoods Piano can have a soft and relaxed sound with the selection of some microphones, or it can also become more powerful with the most potent microphones.
More info here: ZAK Sound | Colorwoods Piano