Known for its Kontakt-based desktop instruments, e-instruments has now announced its first iOS option: Pure Piano.
This is a multisampled version of a single grand piano (1.1GB), though the morph pad enables you to switch between nine different piano timbres in real time.
We’re promised “studio-quality audio” and low-latency performance, and you also have access to the Zynaptiq QREV Reverb, a 3-band EQ and a delay.
The tuning is adjustable, and you can tweak the velocity curve to suit your keyboard and playing style. MIDI Input can come either via a cabled connection or wirelessly over Bluetooth.
Pure Piano runs standalone and as an AUv3 plugin; it’s available now from the Apple (opens in new tab)App Store (opens in new tab) and is compatible with iPhone and iPad. The regular price will be $28/£28, but you’ll be able to buy it for $14/£14 until 1 June.
Find out more on the e-instruments (opens in new tab) website.