Synthogy Ivory II American Concert D
Synthogy's Ivory II: American Concert D is a 1951 New York Steinway D lauded by some of the world's greatest concert artists. With a library that weighs in at 49Gb, this free-standing virtual instrument is Synthogy's largest single piano in the Ivory II family boasting even more detail with up to 20 velocity levels, more soft pedal samples and more release samples. What's more, the American Concert D possesses a naturally long sustain, which is captured in its entirety to the final decay with some of the notes ringing longer than two minutes.
If you're looking for a rich, classic concert sound or simply want to expand your palette of Ivory II pianos, the American Steinway Concert Grand is the clear choice.
The piano was recorded in the Françoys-Bernier Concert Hall at Le Domaine Forget in the Charlevoix region of Quebec where Synthogy has captured every nuance in precise detail to deliver a sumptuous sound and a sublime playing experience.
With its exceptionally pure and clear tone, a mature beauty and resonance and a remarkably expressive dynamic range, this instrument has been described by many artists as among the finest they’ve ever played. In fact, the plate of this particular piano is signed by both Glenn Gould and Rudolf Serkin, a testament to high praise for the instrument by two of the world’s great masters.