Acoustica Pianissimo
Acoustica Pianissimo

Pianissimo, Virtual Acoustic Piano from Acoustica.

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Audiofanzine FR 12/09/2008

Acoustica Pianissimo : Audiofanzine FR's user review


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(Originally written by Ehma2Retour/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
I tried it out a couple of hours.

It sounds quite good.

You'll need plenty of space available in your hard disk (less than with Truepianos and Pianoteq but more than with several giga sample banks) and the sound is pretty decent.

It's a pity that it only provides one sound (with a few variations) and that the presets have a very annoying reverb.

It's probably the worst from all three (TruePianos, Pianoteq and Pianissimo) but it's good and authentic enough for solo piano tracks (it might be comparable to TruePianos).

It could sound more natural and expressive (like Pianoteq) and it seems there will not be a Mac version available anytime soon.

Its main advantage is the very low price for a decent sound quality.

It's a better solution than a digital piano.

I will buy it to complement my collection even though I believe modeling technology can't come close the quality of a good sample bank like Sampletek... but it takes less time to load, which is a big advantage.

The price makes it a good product. If it had been three times as expensive I would give it a 6 or a 7.

But don't worry, the sound is really satisfying!