Skerratt London Piano
by bigcat Instruments
4.2 / 5     (10 votes)
Win32 Win64 OSX
Skerratt London Piano is a sampled upright piano.

bruh Oct 19 2021
Oct 19 2021
How do you install/extract the plugin? I'm new, having a hard time figuring this out
same Jan 17 2024
Jan 17 2024
I would also like to know what to do with this, so far the best ive been heard is to create sub folder where i install vsts but that hasnt helped with getting it to appear in the vst list, instructions that are available please!
same Jan 17 2024
Jan 17 2024
what do I do? i am told by fl studio wo contact the plugin manufacturer and just cant find a contact me link? the instructions are to place the file in the vst folder but fl wont open it. what do i do or who can explain this easy thing to me?
Rippley Aug 10 2021
(3 / 5)
Aug 10 2021
Its okay for what it is. There are no dynamic controls, and its out of tune. However, I don't mind it being out of tune, it gives it a touch or realism. The samples sound alright. If youre looking for a free simple moody piano this is a good start.
Alejandro B Jun 07 2020
Jun 07 2020
- Midi control is shifted an octave downwards. - Is easy to find jump in quality/timbre. (I bet you recorded one note and pitched it to fill the closest ones instead of recording all the notes of your piano). - Sustain pedal works horrible at releasing (It just dramaticlly cuts off the sound). - The timber/quality does not change at all depending on the midi velocity / intensity / force you apply to play, it just changes the volume.
Polo123 Nov 20 2020
Nov 20 2020
The notes that are shifted by an octave: it's only in some DAW, depending on which DAW you use you'll either be 1 octave off, 2 octaves off or it'll be perfect. For example in Cubase it's perfect. The problem is not within the plugin but because the C4 center note is not the same in all DAW, it has nothing to do with the plugin.
Dan Apr 20 2020
Apr 20 2020
It is completely out of tune mate...
Fadel Feb 25 2020
Feb 25 2020
Hey Bigcat i want to ask you my problem. im already unzip the whole file and put it on a plugins folder. And im also copy the whole zip file into the plugins folder. Im using fl studio 20 trial version. But when i manage the plugins and the plugins is ready to use. But when i opened the plugins it said "Cannot Find Any Instrument". Is my problem because i dont have the full version of fl studio or something? hope you replied this comment fast :)
rao May 23 2021
May 23 2021
The zip should be setup so all you have to do is unzip it into your VST directory. The .dll will be in the VST directory and an instrument subdirectory should be created which should contain the mse file. That error is telling you it can't locate the mse file.
John Jan 02 2020
(5 / 5)
Jan 02 2020
Such a good plugin!
Sammy Mar 31 2019
Mar 31 2019
Really cool..... Love the sound
michael May 16 2017
May 16 2017
Hi, I'm in trouble!!! after pasting the vst file to my folder, it's telling me ''cannot find instrument''>.... Do I need to do anything with the .mse file too?
bigcat May 23 2017
May 23 2017
The zip should be setup so all you have to do is unzip it into your VST directory. The .dll will be in the VST directory and an instrument subdirectory should be created which should contain the mse file. That error is telling you it can't locate the mse file.
papwalker Mar 01 2017
(5 / 5)
Mar 01 2017
Great old nail. Might need to transpose up one octave when playing though.
Gerard Nov 12 2016
Nov 12 2016
I like the sound in the video, but after downloading the Win 64 zip file I got a warning from my antivirus which found a W32.Trojan.Monder inside and deleted the whole thing. Anybody got this same issue?
bigcat Nov 23 2016
Nov 23 2016
I'm sorry you got a virus warning and I certainly don't blame you for deleting it. This was made using Maize Sampler which is a pretty well known VSTi maker program and I've never heard of any virus issues with it. The zip file is simply the output of the export function zipped in 7zip. I've never added anything else to the zips so I can't imagine it would have a virus.
VST4FREE Nov 23 2016
Nov 23 2016
Of course there is no virus inside, some antivirus produces "false positive" alerts when it can't handle a certain type of file.
SexyStar Jul 02 2016
(5 / 5)
Jul 02 2016
I LOVE IT !!!!
JDP Mar 09 2016
Mar 09 2016
Alright, thanks for the fix! This is a great sounding instrument and the latency was just driving me nuts! Great work
bigcat Feb 22 2016
Feb 22 2016
Hello my friend. The compliant about latency was quite true, so I went in and edited the samples better in v 1.2. These should have much better response. Thanks for your time and patience. Joe
msea Dec 17 2015
(3 / 5)
Dec 17 2015
not bad... finding a bit of a lag when I hit the keys... more latency than usual. Are the samples well trimmed? Other than that, quite nice. Quaintly out of tune a bit. Feels almost real... altho I wish you could fix that latency. Can't complain for the price, though!
Arthur Dec 15 2015
Dec 15 2015
How do I install this on Cubase Mac?
night Aug 23 2016
Aug 23 2016
I am pretty sure you go into folder Audio>Plug-Ins>VST and drop your .vst file into the folder.
bigcat Nov 20 2015
Nov 20 2015
For Windows, you should just be able to unzip the zip file into your VST directory. In windows, Skerratt London Piano - 64.dll or Skerratt London Piano - 32.dll should be in your base directory. There should be a subdirectory called Skerratt London Piano - 64.instruments or - 32 for 32 bit. This should contain a file called Skerratt London Piano - 32.mse or 32, this is where the samples are.
Blaine Nov 03 2015
Nov 03 2015
Doesn't work in Mixcraft 7, is there another player I can try it in?
Bryan Oct 11 2015
Oct 11 2015
I got the same after putting the folder and .dll file in the Plugins folder
Jose Aug 06 2015
Aug 06 2015
PLugins says "Cannot Find any Instruments" somebody help me :(
Anonymous Aug 06 2015
Aug 06 2015
Copy and paste the whole zip file content in your DAW's plugin folder. You get this message because you did not copy the folder that contains the .mse file...
Max Apr 14 2022
Apr 14 2022
Same. Someone help.