You have the opportunity to upgrade your current Pianoteq licence to gain further features. That way, you will be ready to take Pianoteq one step further for your recording production and sound adaptation/creation.

All upgrades from versions 1/2/3/4 to version 5 include the D4 and K2 grand pianos.

The comparison table below summarizes the main differences between the three Pianoteq versions. All versions offer the same sound, instruments and playability but differ in the range of features and settings.

Includes two instrument packs 1   
Includes KIViR historical instruments   
VST, AU, RTAS, AAX, Standalone   
EQ, velocity curve, reverb unit   
Preset (fxp) loading 2   
Piano model tweaking   
Microphones setting   
Loads external reverb impulses   
Thousands of editable overtones   
Note-per-note edit 3   
Supports up to 192 kHz audio 4   

[1] Two instrument packs are chosen during the purchase and confirmed during registration. The possible choices are: D4 + K2 grand pianos, or Electric pianos + Hohner Collection, or Vibes + Xylophone/Marimba. All upgrades from versions 1/2/3/4 to version 5 include automatically the D4 and K2 grand pianos.
[2] In PIANOTEQ Stage, preset loading is limited to parameters that are present in the interface. Presets built with PIANOTEQ PRO can be loaded in PIANOTEQ Standard without limitation.
[3] PIANOTEQ PRO lets you edit 30 parameters for each note on your keyboard. In PIANOTEQ Standard, you can explore this feature with the volume and the detune parameter.
[4] PIANOTEQ PRO offers an internal sample rate of up to 192 kHz. Up to 48 kHz in PIANOTEQ Stage and Standard.