Modartt releases Pianoteq 4 virtual piano instrument


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.

Pianoteq D4The 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).

More information: Pianoteq

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