Pianoteq 6 PRO - Virtual Piano (Download)

Pianoteq 6 PRO - Virtual Piano (Download)

Pianoteq 6 PRO - Virtual Piano (Download)

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Product Highlights

  • Physically Modeled Virtual Instrument
  • Adjustable Physical Parameters
  • Reproduces Sympathetic Resonances
  • Microtuning
  • Effects and Convolution Reverb
  • Note-By-Note Adjustments
  • Supports up to 192 kHz Audio
  • Standalone
  • AAX, Audio Units, RTAS, VST
  • Mac OS X, Windows, Linux
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Pianoteq 12-41380 Overview

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Pianoteq 6 PRO from Pianoteq is a virtual piano that utilizes physical modeling to simulate the properties and behaviors of real acoustic pianos. With a load size of just 40 MB, installation is quick and easy, allowing the software to be used on any modern laptop with a MIDI controller keyboard.

The PRO version is adapted for the creative composer and demanding studio engineer, with the primary differences over the Standard and Stage versions being the ability to adjust twenty-eight parameters for each note on the keyboard, and work with up to 192 KHz audio. Additionally, any instrument can be turned into a multi-instrument by using advanced keyboard splits for up to 105 notes.

The software comes in three flavors with a choice of two when purchased. They include acoustic pianos (D4 and K2 grand pianos), electric instruments (R2 and W1 electric pianos and CL1 clavinet) and chromatic percussion (V-B and V-M vibes, xylophone and marimba). More optional instruments can be purchased at any time and loaded into the software.

What's New in Version 5
  • Refined attack and soundboard model, adding more clarity and authenticity
  • Work with directional microphones such as cardioid and figure 8
  • Fifteen microphones of well-known brands are modeled increasing the palette of available sound colors
  • Microphones can be rotated in all three dimensions and attached together for their positioning, with control over polarity and the proximity effect
  • Physically modeled virtual instrument
  • Includes choice of two instrument packs
  • Adjustable physical parameters include unison width, octave stretching, hammer hardness, soundboard, string length, sympathetic resonance, duplex scale resonance
  • Note-per-note edit allows for editing twenty-eight parameters for each note on the keyboard
  • Progressive variation of the timbre (uses all 127 MIDI velocities)
  • Control of the dynamics in timbre and volume
  • Realistic sympathetic resonances, including duplex scale
  • Microtuning supports Scala format
  • Adjustable mechanical noises (sampled or modeled)
  • Built-in graphic equalizer
  • Built-in graphic curve for key velocity, note-off and pedal
  • Keyboard calibration assistant
  • Eight types of pedals can be assigned to the four UI pedals - sustain, sostenuto, super sostenuto, harmonic, una corda, celeste, rattle, lute stop
  • Progressive sustain pedal, allowing partial-pedal effects
  • Convolution reverb
  • Effects include tremolo, wah-wah, compressor, delay, flanger, chorus, compressor, amp
  • Mallet bounce (note repetition)
  • Instrument condition (mint to worn)
  • Variable lid position
  • Five adjustable microphones
  • Multichannel - up to five channels
  • No quantization noise (32-bit internal computation)
  • Supports up to 192 kHz audio
  • Installs and loads in seconds
  • Extremely small file size (approximately 40 MB)
  • Excellent for use on modern laptops
  • Extended key range (105 keys = 8 + 2/3 octaves) for D4 and K2 grand pianos
  • Free instruments include KIViR historical instruments collection, bells and carillions
  • Optional instruments are available for purchase including upright piano, grand pianos, rock piano, electric pianos, vibraphones, clavinet, celesta + glockenspiel, xylophone + marimba, and steelpans
Note-By-Note Adjustments
  • Volume
  • Detune
  • Dynamics
  • Unison Width
  • Unison Balance
  • Direct Sound Duration
  • Hammer Hardness Piano
  • Hammer Hardness Mezzo
  • Hammer Hardness Forte
  • Spectrum Profile
  • Hammer Noise
  • Strike Point
  • Pickup Symmetry
  • Pickup Distance
  • Impedance
  • Cutoff
  • Q Factor
  • String Length
  • Note Resonance
  • Damper Position
  • Damping Duration
  • Mute
  • Damper Noise
  • Key Release Noise
  • Blooming Energy
  • Blooming Inertia
  • Aftertouch Sensitivity
  • Hammer Tine Noise
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Pianoteq 12-41380 Specs

System Requirements Mac OS X 10.5 or later, Windows XP, Vista, Windows7, Windows 8, Linux x86
For plug-in use under Mac OS X, host software that supports AAX Native, Audio Units, RTAS, or VST formats
For plug-in use under Windows or Linux, host software that supports AAX Native, RTAS, or VST formats

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