Modartt has announced Pianoteq 4 Stage, a virtual piano instrument formerly known as Pianoteq PLAY.
Modartt’s Pianoteq 4 Stage for budget-minded musicians who prefer to focus entirely on playing rather than sound adaptation or studio recording.
Pianoteq Stage is based on the award winning physical model, offered in Pianoteq 4 Standard and PRO, praised by many musicians for its close intimacy and responsiveness. Pianoteq Stage includes the same instruments, sounds and playability. All this for an unbeatable price.
The simpler interface in Pianoteq Stage is adapted for musicians who want the convenience of a selection of beautiful instruments for an immediate playing session. It is not for tweaking settings and parameters.
With Pianoteq Stage you are focusing entirely on your playing.
Pianoteq Stage is available to purchase for 99 EUR.
More information: Pianoteq 4 Stage
Modartt has released version 4 of its Pianoteq virtual piano instrument for Windows and Mac.
Yes! It’s finally here. With Pianoteq 4, a new milestone is reached in the piano world, bringing you the best and latest technology of virtual piano software.
A thoroughly refined acoustic model is represented by the new astonishing grand piano instrument D4 with its rich collection of presets. Designed with extreme care, each note is adjusted and voiced up to perfection. Thanks to its extraordinary playability and sonic authenticity, it meets the high demands from live musicians and recording studios.
The new D4 grand piano in Modartt’s Pianoteq 4 was modeled after a Steinway D
New in Pianoteq 4
- New Grand D4 instrument, with an improved soundboard and sound radiation model.
- New set of effects, including a convolution reverb.
- Resizable GUI.
- New feature in the standalone version : Recently played on the keyboard.
- and many more…
Pianoteq 4 for Windows and Mac (VST/AU/RTAS/Standalone) is available to purchase for 99 EUR (PLAY) 249 EUR (Standard) / 399 EUR (Pro).
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Modartt has released a new free add-on as Christmas gift: The Tubular Bells.
As a Christmas gift to all Pianoteq customers, we hereby announce our latest instrument add-on: a virtual copy of a Tubular Bells, also known as Symphonic Chimes.
Tubular Bells is an instrument made of brass tubes of graded length that are tuned to a chromatic scale and usually covers the range of 1½ octave. The sound is produced by striking the top edge of the tubes with a plastic-headed hammer. The instrument often includes an attached damping mechanism. It appeared for the first time in England in the late 19th Century, and is ever since part of major symphonic orchestras, known as symphonic chimes.
The Tubular Bells add-on is modelled after a Bergerault 18 Note concert chimes. Thanks to Pianoteq’s powerful technology, the note range in the virtual copy is extended into a 4-octave instrument.
The Tubular Bells is available to download for registered Pianoteq users.
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Modartt has announced a Summer promotional offer for its Pianoteq products.
Until August 31, 2011, we offer free add-ons to everyone who purchases a new licence or upgrades to the following:
- Pianoteq PLAY: Rock Piano add-on, worth 29 €
- Pianoteq Standard: Any add-on of choice, worth up to 49 €
- Pianoteq PRO: Add-on collection of choice, worth up to 99 €
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Modartt has announced an update to its FXP Corner for Pianoteq users.
In the FXP Corner you can download settings and instruments created by other Pianoteq users.
We have now added a new feature that lets you easily add your own FXP files (together with a MIDI and audio sample) to the FXP Corner and manage those files you have previously uploaded. You can also rate each FXP file uploaded by other users.
More information: Pianoteq / FXP Corner
Modartt has released a Pleyel add-on for Pianoteq, a virtual piano instrument for Windows and Mac.
As an early Christmas gift to our customers, we hereby release a virtual copy of a 1926 Pleyel grand piano Model F, available in the latest version of the KIViR add-on collection of historical instruments.
Chopin preferred to compose and perform on Pleyel pianos and it was also used by other major composers, such as Debussy, Ravel and Stravinsky. The Pleyel sound can be described as round, warm and sensual.
The Pleyel add-on is now available to download from the Pianoteq website.
More information: Pianoteq / Pleyel add-on