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Digital Subscriptions > MusicTech > July 2019 > UVI Keysuite Acoustic €199

UVI Keysuite Acoustic €199

In the search for that elusive best-sounding piano for your track, UVI hopes to entice you in with its new collection of pianos and more…

We all need pianos from time to time and it’s often helpful to have a sizeable arsenal to call upon, so that you don’t find yourself returning to the exact same sonic imprint time after time. UVI’s new collection of acoustic keyboards could come in very handy, along with a helpful smattering of other keyboard curios.

This package fits into the established UVI eco-system, allowing users to load directly into the Falcon soft synth, or use within its free Workstation player. In either case, the playback functionality remains the same, with the Workstation environment offering a particularly uncluttered visual.

It’s very easy to be drawn straight to the first category of pianos, offering five different flavours of grand. These vary from the classic Steinway Model D and Yamaha C7, through to the beautiful Fazioli F278. They are all classics in their own right, with user selection largely dictated by the choice of placement within a track. Experience tells me that the Steinway always sounds stunning in a more soloist capacity, and certainly there are no complaints on that front. There is a beautiful depth to this sample, particularly in the lower register, where it sounds earthy and sonorous, while the Yamaha C7 sample sounds bright and crisp.

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