Synthogy has applied its abundant piano expertise and technical ingenuity to creating a brand new two-piano virtual instrument. Ivory II-Studio Grands draws attention to the category of grand pianos ideally suited for studio recording. The 7 ft. scale of these instruments produces a remarkable treble range, while maintaining the dynamic depth, rich... Click To Read More About This Product
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Synthogy has applied its abundant piano expertise and technical ingenuity to creating a brand new two-piano virtual instrument. Ivory II-Studio Grands draws attention to the category of grand pianos ideally suited for studio recording. The 7 ft. scale of these instruments produces a remarkable treble range, while maintaining the dynamic depth, richness, and character Synthogy's pianos are known for. The pianos in Ivory II-Studio Grands are the perfect alternatives to conventional studio pianos.
Ivory II-Studio Grands ships with Synthogy's brand new Ivory 2.5 Piano Engine, with PACE machine-based authorization and new features such as "Shimmer", assignable MIDI controls, new Half-Pedal controls, and higher resolution MIDI velocity response. Previous Ivory II users can enjoy all of the benefits of the 2.5 Piano Engine, as it will be available as a free upgrade for all other Ivory II libraries.
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