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Synthogy Ivory II American Concert D Virtual Instrument Plug-in

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Product Code: 9999-12727
Synthogy Ivory II American Concert D
$189.00
UPC:
186697000193
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Synthogy Ivory II American Concert D Virtual Instrument Plug-in

Synthogy Ivory II American Concert D Virtual Instrument Plug-in

Synthogy Ivory II American Concert D Virtual Instrument Plug-in Details

The Synthogy Ivory II American Concert D Virtual Instrument Plug-in is a vintage 1951 New York Steinway D that was chosen by the Steinway & Sons concert department for Steinway artist promotion. Throughout the years, the instrument has been lauded by some of the worldâ??s greatest concert artists. Indeed, the plate of the piano is signed by Glenn Gould, Rudolf Serkin, and many others, as a testament to high praise by the worldâ??s great masters. This is Synthogyâ??s most ambitious virtual piano yet!

Synthogy Ivory II American Concert D Virtual Instrument Plug-in Features

  • 1951 New York Steinway D selected by Steinway & Sons for artist promotion
  • Includes the Award-winning Ivory II piano engine
  • 49GB Core Library
  • Up to 20 Velocity Layers
  • Native 64 Bit Support
  • Incorporates exclusive Sample Interpolation Technology used for ultra-smooth velocity and note transitions

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  • 4
    Excellent quality plugin

    Posted by Kevin Gries on Mar 12th 2013

    I can say that with all default settings, the Synthogy American Concert D has a brighter, more silvery sound compared to the Alicia's Keys plugin. I find it produces a better sound for classical music, while Alicia's is better for contemporary stuff. Also, the Synthogy plugin is better for faster paced music, while Alicia's Keys is better for slower, mellow music.

    Up to 1,000 voices (polyphony) can be used (I recommend using an SSD to store it for this).

    The only thing I don't like is the iLok thing. It's $40-50, and it was annoying to set up. It works, but it's annoying. Also, for some reason whenever you restart the computer, you have to unplug the iLok and plug it back in otherwise the computer won't detect it. I don't have to do this with any of my other 7 USB devices. I'm also concerned about the fact that if I lose this little thing, not only would I have to buy another iLok to use the plugin, I'd most likely have to purchase another LICENSE too!