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Modartt releases PETROF 284 Mistral grand piano for Pianoteq (updated to v7.3.0)

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Modartt has announced the release of PETROF 284 Mistral concert grand piano for Pianoteq, which has been updated to v7.3.0.

Here's what they say:

This physically modelled virtual instrument is authorized by PETROF and reproduces the exquisite sound signature suitable for demanding concert performances.

PETROF 284 Mistral Concert Grand Piano is the PETROF company masterpiece. Measuring 2.84 m in length, it is their largest piano, and is loved for its tremendous bass and resonant treble. Artists find in it a trusty companion when performing the most demanding works. It also possesses the soft, romantic tone that is so characteristic of all PETROF grand pianos.

The physically modelled virtual reproduction of the original instrument benefits the latest innovation by Modartt, introduced in Pianoteq 7: the Double Polarization — modelling string vibrations that can take any direction, allowing more complex and longer tones to be reproduced. This new modelling implementation is particularly useful for emphasizing the bass range of the PETROF 284 Mistral.

And of course, PETROF 284 Mistral can be used for creating new sounds by using the other Pianoteq 7 innovations: Morphing, letting you create new hybrid instruments with acoustic authenticity, and Layering, letting you mix several instruments or split them across the keyboard range.

Authorized by PETROF:

This physically modelled virtual instrument for Pianoteq 7 is authorized by PETROF, spol. s r.o. It was carefully evaluated and fine tuned with the help of an experienced team of talented musicians and two of PETROF's best voicers and tuners. It captures the characteristic PETROF sound with a range of presets offering a beautiful palette of timbres suitable for all kinds of music.

The PETROF 284 Mistral accompanies the ANT. PETROF 275 in the PETROF instrument pack (49 €/$59). The instrument is available for evaluation in the latest update 7.3 of Pianoteq and in the free trial version.

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Release notes for recent Pianoteq updates:

7.3.0:

  • Introducing Petrof 284 Mistral concert grand piano.
  • Improved repetition model benefiting all acoustic pianos.
  • Piano lid removal now possible (double click on lid).
  • Steinway B update: bass range and upper range revoicing.

7.2.1:

  • Support the MTS-ESP tuning API (http://oddsound.com).
  • Fix issue with the aupreset files exported by the --export-au-presets command-line option.
  • Add a --export-lv2-presets command-line option for the Linux version.
  • Enable drag'n drop of the current Pianoteq MIDI file into other applications.
  • Fix random crash of the Linux version on startup.

7.2.0:

  • NY Steinway D update: power/duration increased in the bass range, upper two octaves revoiced in the ppp-mp range.
  • Fixed bug in the harmonic and sustain pedals resonances.

7.1.0:

  • 64-bit ARM binaries are now available on macOS (M1) and Linux.
  • A dedicated toolbar button for the freeze filter is available, and a default freeze filter can be set.
  • For instruments where it is applicable, the 'mono' and 'stereo' outputs can be converted to 'sound recording' output (Pianoteq Standard and Pro).
  • When the pedals of the interface are clicked while a MIDI sequence is recorded (in Pianoteq standalone), the matching MIDI events are inserted in the recorded MIDI sequence.
  • Performance should be slightly improved with respect to version 7.0.
  • (2021/01/25) Workaround for UI freezing issue of the VST3 plugin with Cakewalk (Windows only).
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