Are you using the iOS or MacOS version? I have the iOS version for my iPad Pro and maybe I’m not doing something right but it wasn’t as great as I expected from all the glowing reviews about it. It could be just the iPad version and possibly the PC is a different story. I will be trying Pianoteq soon, though as the whole modeling thing is intrigueing. I’ve had positive experiences with this type of technology in the past with the Generalmusic Pro 1 I used some years ago. That said, I’m still very impressed with the piano sounds in my MODX.
Thanks. I also tried Ivory (through the Korg module app) and had similar impressions. At that time, I didn’t have my current Mac Mini and didn’t have the option for the full fledged versions only available with computers. While I fully expected that there would be differences in sound quality, I didn’t think there would be that significant a difference and thought that the big differences in pricing were due to the less extensive tweaking and other features. I recently installed the Stage version of Pianoteq and can now easily hear the differences between the iOS and PC. I’ll keep using iOS but specifically for non-sample based apps like Moog Model 15, Minimoog D etc., and use software like Ravenscroft strictly on PC.