The release of Organteq back in 2019 shook up the world of virtual organs with a compelling, physically modelled, pipe organ at just 20 Megabytes.
After 4 years of research, the new major upgrade 2.0 continues to amaze by bringing a new collection of German Baroque stops, a vastly enhanced sound engine, new voicing parameters and powerful tools to tweak the sound to your preference.
An upgrade path is offered to all registered users of Organteq 1.
After years of development in bringing the Pianoteq software to the world of handheld devices, we are proud to present Pianoteq for iOS, provided as a standalone app and AUv3 compatible plug-in.
You will immediately feel at home with the iOS adapted user interface, resembling to the desktop version. Just connect your iPhone or iPad to your MIDI compatible keyboard and start playing.
The app is available on the App Store as a free trial version of Pianoteq Stage, where instruments and product upgrades to Pianoteq Standard and Pro version can be evaluated and purchased.
Pianoteq 8 can be used on iOS devices as well as on desktop computers and can be purchased through the app (in-app purchase) and from the Modartt website or authorized dealers. If you own a license of Pianoteq 8, you can convert the app to the full version without charge.
Time again for our yearly video contest where anyone can compete with a video demonstrating Pianoteq 8 or Organteq. And as usual, there are prizes to win. Nobody goes empty-handed since everyone is guaranteed a prize, from 20 up to 400 euros in value coupons. So, let's have some fun! Show the world what you can do.
The soft and delicate felt piano sound reminds of certain movie soundtracks, bringing a dark, intimate, cozy blanket of foggy delight.
It includes five historical instruments built between 1600 and 1858, provided by instrument collector Peter Karsten, Braunschweig, Germany.