Posts Tagged 'Modartt Pianoteq'

MODARTT releases a Walter pianoforte add-on

MODARTT releases a physically modelled virtual copy of a Walter pianoforte, Vienna, ca 1790. This beautiful historical instrument belongs to the famous pianist Paul Badura-Skoda.

Pianoteq update news

Version 2.3 offers an improved reverberation and is required for use of the Grimaldi add-on instrument. The upgrade is free to all customers. There is also a trial version with an evaluation period of 45 days. It is open for evaluation also to former trial users whose evaluation period expired.

Win a Pianoteq license

Modartt launched a contest, open for everybody, where there will be 3 winners, each receiving a license of Pianoteq. If you already own a license, you will be offered a free upgrade to a forthcoming product.

New free grand piano add-on CP-80 for Pianoteq

As a Christmas gift to all their customers, Modartt hereby announces their latest add-on: an
electro-acoustic grand piano Yamaha CP-80, s/n 1982.

Modartt releases three new instrument add-ons

As part of the celebration of the one year anniversary of Pianoteq, they are expanding our growing beautiful instrument collection by announcing three new inspiring historical instrument add-ons.

Modartt updates Pianoteq to v2.1

Modartt is pleased to announce the release of version 2.1 which includes a new preset, C2 concert, bringing an improvement of the piano model at fortissimo and increased dynamics.

Modartt announces update for Pianoteq

Modartt announced they are working on version 2.1 which will be released very soon. The update will be free to all their customers and a trial version will be available as well.

Pianoteq updated to version 2.0.1.

Pianoteq has just been updated to version 2.0.1. The new update offers multicore rendering which vastly improves CPU performance on dual core and hyperthreaded Pentium 4. With this update a Receptor compatible version is released as well.

Presenting Pianoteq 2

Pianoteq is pleased to announce that version 2 will be available on April 4. With this new version comes a brand new piano model, the Grand C2, which is developed in response to the many suggestions received from our customers and our beta team. By using a newly adapted soundboard model, the sound is vastly improved throughout all ranges of the keyboard.