If Modarttâs basic version of this modelled piano does such amazing things, Iâm left wanting more goodness and an increased curiosity at what else I can do with the more advanced products. At the top of the interface, thereâs a dialog box to select a preset FXP. Pianoteq Stage includes the same instruments, sounds and playability as in Pianoteq Standard and PRO. Two new acoustic piano models are generally very impressive, although there’s a whiff of artificiality to the sound in certain situations. You are then transferred to the User Area from where you can choose your âflavorâ of 2 instruments â you can choose a more classical option (which includes the D4 and K2 grand pianos), electric (which includes Clavinet or Electric Pianos) or chromatic percussions (vibes, xylophone & marimba).
Some exciting ones Iâm dying to try are the Bluethner (concert grand), the Yamaha U5 (upright), the Celeste and the selection of âvintageâ pianos ranging from late 1700âs to late 1800âs. Log Into Your Account You have until Feb 1, 2018 to return or exchange items bought after Nov 1, 2017. I will add, though, that I have played around A LOT with PT5, and what you might be disliking in the sound is not what I'd describe as a synthesized, electronic sound. Some things can hardly be done in the real world, such as changing the string length from a mini grand of 1m/3.3ft to an imaginary giant grand of 10m/33ft. Be prepared to have some fun, here, as well as to get both good and bad results.
It’s also pretty intense, letting you adjust 24 core parameters for each note via graph-like displays. Iâm not a fan of the original Yamaha CP electric grands, but Pianoteq reproduces them spot-on. A digital piano that will make it to the final mix, order Pianoteq 5 today!
Expedited shipping is the only way to guarantee a specified delivery date. Presets built with PIANOTEQ PRO can be loaded in PIANOTEQ Standard without limitation.  PIANOTEQ PRO lets you edit 30 parameters for each note on your keyboard.
The output can also be set to emulate a binaural dummy-head type mic pickup, or to straight Stereophonic or Monophonic modes, both of which bypass the mic modelling. I guess the room acoustics possibly put the lie to that idea, but am I roughly correct here?
And I've found that, putting the speakers inside the wood of my digital piano greatly gives more wood to the sound, and some more expensive digital pianos are coming with speakers inside the body of it so they have a real resonance, etc. For example, if you have your keyboard and speakers set up against a wall, it's going to be very difficult to get a good sound.