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The latest in our highly acclaimed Ivory II series of virtual pianos, Ivory II Studio Grands features two classic studio grand pianos recorded in iconic studios. Steinway Model B Grand Piano Power Station New England - Waterford, Connecticut The Steinway B is one of the most recorded pianos in history, and one of the most often requested piano models from Ivory customers. It's unique balance of size and power make it extremely versatile instrument for all styles of music. The ideal studio instrument, it's no wonder that Steinway refers to it as "the perfect piano". This particular Steinway B was hand selected with the kind cooperation of Steinway & Sons® at the Steinway factory in Astoria, New York. One of Steinway's own top concert technicians prepared, regulated and voiced the instrument expressly for the sampling session, and provided on-site tuning throughout the entire recording session. The recording venue was the classic tuned live room of Power Station NE, a nail for nail acoustic replica of the famed Power Station/Avatar New York. With Mark Donahue engineering the recording, Synthogy's expert team painstakingly captured every nuance of this remarkable instrument in exacting detail. Bösendorfer 225 Grand Piano Firehouse Recording Studios - Pasadena, California The Bösendorfer 225 Grand Piano possesses a deeply resonant tone and a balance in all registers that never sacrifices clarity. Slightly longer than most studio grands at 7' 4" and with four additional keys in the bass, this instrument has a distinguished place in the history of recorded music, having appeared on numerous Grammy® winning and Grammy-nominated recordings. The sessions were engineered by Tony Shepperd in the state-of-the-art Studio A at Firehouse Recording Studios in Pasadena, its venerated sound captured in this historic room. Boasting a 112GB library, Ivory II Studio Grands is the largest Ivory product yet, and with good reason. Each piano includes up to 24 velocity levels, with more release samples, and soft pedal samples for greater sampling detail than any Ivory instrument to date. Ivory II-Studio Grands is also the first Synthogy piano collection to ship with the new Ivory 2.5 Piano Engine. This update supports PACE’s machine-based license authorization scheme as well as the traditional PACE iLok™ key. Additionally, the Ivory 2.5 Piano Engine includes new features, such as: · Shimmer: unique control over sustain and decay · New Half-Pedal Controls · Assignable MIDI Controls in the Ivory Standalone App · High Resolution MIDI Velocity Response Ivory II Studio Grands is a free-standing virtual instrument. No previous version of Ivory is required. Of course existing Ivory II owners will find that it installs quite readily into their existing libraries. But whether a first time Ivory II experience or long time Ivory II user, the quality and pedigree of these world-class studio instruments are a must-have addition to your recording or live arsenal.

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Best Piano Vst?

https://soundcloud.com/synthogy/sets/ivory-ii-studio-grands Demos of the new Ivory II Studio Grands are up. Doesn't sound stunning to me, I'm personally waiting for the Production Voices Concert Grand..

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Synthogy Ivory II - Studio Grands

The latest in our highly acclaimed Ivory II series of virtual pianos, Ivory II Studio Grands features two classic studio grand pianos recorded in iconic studios. Steinway Model B Grand Piano Power Station New England - Waterford, Connecticut The Steinway B is one of the most recorded pianos in history, and one of the...

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Best Piano Vst?

...is a seriously tasty piano which I have yet to find a competitor to. If anyone has tried the new Ivory II Studio Grands (released about a month or so ago) and found it beaten by another brand/model, I'd love to hear about it! Of course, its largely a taste thing, and I'm also speaking...

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