- Steinway Model D
- Steinway Model B
- C. Bechstein Digital Grand
- Ant. Petrof 275
- Steingraeber E-272
- Grotrian Concert Royal
- Blüthner Model 1
- K2 grand piano
- U4 upright piano
- Karsten collection
- Kremsegg 1: Historical pianos
- Kremsegg 2: Historical pianos
- Electric pianos
- Hohner Collection
- Celeste: Glockenspiel + Celesta + Toy Piano + Kalimba
- Xylo: Bass Marimba + Xylophone
- Steelpans instruments
The YC5 Rock piano adds a lot of bite to your pop/rock recording, and fits beautifully in a mix with drums and electric instruments. Its characteristic bright timbre is adapted for expressive playing and suitable also for some jazz recording sessions.
YC5 is modelled from a well known Japanese grand piano, frequently seen on stages and widely appreciated by touring artists for its musical qualities and reliability. It is also a popular instrument at conservatories and other music schools.
The updated model in Pianoteq 6 refines the attack and soundboard model of YC5, bringing increased clarity and authenticity.