Virtual pianos/organs
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Virtual pianos/organs articles

  • The Best Virtual Rhodes

    The Best Virtual Rhodes - The Top Virtual Rhodes


    A real legend among electric pianos, the Rhodes has never stopped inspiring software developers and sample publishers. These 16 instruments are proof of that.

  • VI Labs True Keys Review

    VI Labs True Keys Review - Is It Time For The Truth?


    As a newcomer in the virtual acoustic pianos family, VI Labs declares its ambition right from start, and it begins with the name: True Keys. Does it hold its promises?

  • The Top Virtual Pianos

    The Top Virtual Pianos - The Best Virtual Acoustic Pianos


    So, you have an 80 square foot room but you feel Glenn's Gould spirit burning inside you? Don't worry! Long gone are the days when you had to depend on 800-lb Steinways to play a chord. Thanks to VSTi developers we now have many prestigious pianos that weigh nothing and fit comfortably on the hard drive of a laptop ... Join me and I'll present to …

  • Synthogy Ivory II Upright Pianos Mini-Review

    Synthogy Ivory II Upright Pianos Mini-Review - Uprighteous


    After Grand Pianos, it's the turn of the Upright Pianos bank to be ported to Synthogy's new audio engine. Let's give it a try.

  • Native Instruments Alicia's Keys Review

    Native Instruments Alicia's Keys Review - Alicia in Virtual Land


    Following our review series on virtual pianos, we test the results of a triple collaboration between a manufacturer (Native Instruments), another manufacturer (Scarbee) and an artist (Alicia Keys).

  • Tonehammer Pianos Review

    Tonehammer Pianos Review - Pianos Like No Others


    The launch of the Montclarion Hall Piano gives us the opportunity to present to you the full range of Tonehammer pianos, characterized by the same original approach of all the other instruments by the manufacturer.

  • Digidesign's Velvet: The Test

    Digidesign's Velvet: The Test - Tines in Velvet wrapping


    Electric Pianos never seem to go out of style; and because they’ve now gone virtual, Digidesign has decided to come out with their own version of these timeless instruments.