We are proud to present PETROF 284 Mistral concert grand piano, loved for its tremendous bass and resonant treble and for possessing the soft, romantic tone that is so characteristic of all PETROF grand pianos.
This instrument is authorized by PETROF and it makes use of the new Double Polarization string vibration model introduced in Pianoteq 7.
It is here! Pianoteq 7 (Standard/PRO) introduces acoustic Morphing and Layering. This innovative technology lets you create and mix hybrid instruments with stunning authenticity.
It also offers the very first physical model of Steinway’s groundbreaking new flagship instrument: the Model D Spirio|r. Based on recordings from the renowned Steinway Hall in New York, it provides the famous Steinway concert piano sound with superb musical expression.
Moreover, all piano models in Pianoteq have been refined by using a new string/soundboard modelling (double polarisation), bringing longer and more complex tones with a three-dimensional character.
Time again for our yearly video contest where anyone can compete with a video using Pianoteq. And as usual, there are prizes to win. Nobody goes empty-handed since everyone is guaranteed a prize, from 20 EUR up to 400 EUR in value coupons. So, let's have some fun! Show the world what you can do.
Organteq has been upgraded to version 1.5 with new exciting features, such as adjustable tremulants, 8-channel output, extra parameters, new combination banks plus presets which let you explore new amazing sound colours and room acoustics.
The upgrade is free for all registered users of Organteq. Just log in to your account to download. A free trial version is also available.
The Karsten Collection is our latest instrument pack for Pianoteq.
It includes five historical instruments built between 1600 and 1858, provided by instrument collector Peter Karsten, Braunschweig, Germany.
The virtual copy of the New York Steinway square piano (1858) is evaluated and authorized by Steinway & Sons.
On January 16-19, it is time again for the annual NAMM show which takes place in Anaheim, Los Angeles.
Pianoteq and Organteq will be demonstrated by the young talented musician Carlos Carranza who owns a Bachelor in Audio Production at the Los Angeles Film School.
After three years of research, Modartt proudly presents ORGANTEQ - a new generation of physically modelled pipe organs. A free trial version is available.
Organteq offers over a thousand pipes, inspired from Cavaillé-Coll's organs, assigned to three manual keyboards with a five-octave range, and a pedal keyboard with thirty-two notes. Each keyboard can be assigned to a selection of stops with adjustable parameters.
The Celtic Harp is the new addition to the Harp instrument pack. You have surely heard Celtic harps in folk music as well as in earlier classical music and contemporary new-age.
Celtic harps used to be strung with wire or gut but is nowadays also strung with nylon (used in this virtual physical model) which brings a softer and more delicate sound.