In an ad in Sound On Sound, Pete Townshend is quoted as saying:
“I’m a huge fan of Ivory. It amazes me every time I use it.”
Ivory is, according to the reviews I’ve read, superb software for obtaining grand piano sounds that are indistinguishable from the real thing (they are the real thing), but is it wise to promote it by featuring an endorsement from a deaf guitarist?
[If anyone from Synthogy has noticed the hits coming their way from PooterGeek and is reading this, I’d love a copy of the VST version.]
I’ve got Ivory. It is indeed fab, although you need a lorra hard drive space to install it all. I only bothered to install one of the four (?) pianos, which suffices.
He’s only deaf in one ear, isn’t he? And The ‘Oo sound is as much about keyboards as guitar sounds, after all.
I used Ivory once – I’m amazed how they get it to float on water.