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Akoustik Piano

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Akoustik Piano has an average user rating of 4.50 from 2 reviews

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Akoustik Piano

Reviewed By nielsdolieslager [all]
September 13th, 2011
Version reviewed: 1.1 on Mac

This product has been replaced by the powered by Kontakt "Classic Piano Collection" which is part of Komplete 7 and Komplete 8 and as a seperate product works with the free Kontakt Player from Native Instruments. You can buy the piano's seperately for €69 or all four of them for €169.

The Steinway is the best Steinway I own, the sound is realistic for a top model; at the same time deep, clear and wide on its own and also fits in a mix without any tweaking. I have been playing on several Steinways at conservatories and I would go for this one any time for recording classical pieces because this model is in better condition, I must say the Chopin demo on the Native Instruments website was the first classical piano piece recording on a sampled piano that fooled me. The Steingraeber Upright has a great imperfect personality, it is the most realistic upright I have although I prefer an even more imperfect sound. The Bösendorfer and Bechstein are great piano's if you need something else then the standard Grand Piano sound of Steinway and Yamaha. The Bösendorfer doesn't seem to compete with the real thing and I can't compare the Bechstein.
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