Virtual Upright Pianos

Synthogy follow up their Ivory Grand pianos with Ivory Upright Pianos      09/04/08

Virtual Upright Pianos


Synthogy tell us that, for years, Ivory users have been clamouring for Synthogy to release an upright piano collection so they have released Ivory Upright Pianos which they say presents the unique, intimate sound of upright pianos using their groundbreaking technology and piano-building expertise.
This all new collection of Vertical Pianos consists of four complete instruments. Each piano was carefully chosen, and the vintage instruments selected after an exhaustive search among hundreds of vintage uprights. Synthogy say that each of these authentic pianos was recorded with their usual meticulous attention to detail to capture the unique personalities of these instruments.
Features
  • 4 hand selected Upright Pianos including:
    • Yamaha U5 Modern Upright
    • 1914 A.M. Hume Vintage Upright
    • Honky Tonk, Barroom Upright
    • Real Tack Piano
  • Comes with the world-renowned Ivory piano engine
  • More than 50 GB Core Library
  • Over 5000 Samples
  • Up to 10 Velocity Layers
  • Custom Upright Soundboard Emulation DSP
  • Separate, selectable "creaks and clunks" layer, for added funk
  • Release samples triggered by velocity and duration
  • Full EQ and Effects section
  • All of Ivory's Piano Specific features and controls
  • Dozens of new programs and effects presets
  • Ivory's "unified interface" feature enables you to use just a single instance, and one interface, to play and control all of Ivory's pianos, no matter how many pianos you install. So whether you own one, any two, or all three products, Ivory's intelligent browsing feature allows you to load any piano from one convenient interface
  • Ivory Upright Pianos supports these formats: AU, VST, RTAS
Pricing and Availability:
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