3 Apr 2024

Comparing the Gran Concerto 278

HIFIMIDI: “A big sound suitable for solo playing or orchestral music.”

In this live review, Ruben of HIFIMIDI compares Pianoverse Gran Concerto 278 with another virtual Fazioli piano instrument costing much more. How do the two sound side by side and what advantages does IK's Pianoverse have over the competition? Watch and find out.

It's only $99 and this is one of the advantages. Why would you spend more money on another piano? The Gran Concerto 278 is detailed to do the things you need.


One of the coolest features... if you go to effects, I'm going to start experimenting real quick. This is stunning! There are lots of things you can do with the effects menu.


You can also go into the preset menu and choose different presets. That's beautiful. Let's see what effects it's using. Those are beautiful effects.

If you're making a pop track or some type of movie score, this is going to be for you.


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Gran Concerto 278 is based on a 9.5' Fazioli F278 Concert Grand piano manufactured by Fazioli Pianoforti of Sacile, Italy, which many jazz and classical players consider to be the finest piano in the world.

You can start with one or more pianos, or go for one of the All-access subscription or Pianoverse MAX options and gain immediate access to all Pianoverse Pianos available now and those coming soon.

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