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Colossus Piano sets a new standard in terms of realism, detail and overall quality of piano sounds on your iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. There are 8 acoustic piano models available as 8 individual in-app purchases, plus 5 E-Piano legends bundled as 1 sound set with this app, together those 13 piano models make up 30 Gigabyte of sound material. All keys of all piano models were recorded in full length with a recording quality of 24 bit and 96 kHz stereo.
Note: this app requires in-app purchases to provide its functionalities!
Minimum Requirement: at least iPad 3 / iPad Air 1 / iPad mini 2 / iPhone 5 / iPod touch 6th gen.
Recommended: iPad Air 2 / iPad mini 4 / iPad Pro / iPhone SE / iPhone 6s or higher.
The dark brown „Colossus Concert Grand” model:³
• 24 velocity layers per key.
• Sympathetic resonance (sustain sound).
• Release hammer sound.
• Optional pad sound.
• 14 GB in size (SSD space).
The white „Baby Grand” model:
• 12 velocity layers per key.
• Sympathetic resonance (sustain sound).
• Release hammer sound.
• Optional pad sound.
• 6 GB in size (SSD space).
The „Upright Piano” model:
• 8 velocity layers per key.
• Sympathetic resonance (sustain sound).
• Release hammer sound.
• Optional pad sound.
• 3.4 GB in size (SSD space).
The „E-Piano” sound set:
• 5 legendary E-Piano models (plus different model generations or configurations).
• 17 E-Piano sounds in total.
• Optional pad sound.
• Optional tremolo effect.
• 1.6 GB in size (SSD space).
For information about the other piano models, please visit our product website!
This app supports Audio Unit v3, Inter-App Audio, Audiobus and Bluetooth LE MIDI !
Software features:
• Modulation wheel support for controlling the most relevant sound parameter of the currently selected sound.
• Warm pad sound of a well known analogue synthesizer (not available for all models) can be turned on/off as support for the piano sound; volume can be controlled by mod. wheel and expr. controller.
• Sustain pedal support for holding notes.
• Sostenuto pedal support for holding individual notes.
• Soft pedal support for a more gentle sound.
• Expression pedal support for controlling optional pad layer's volume.
• Hammer sound when releasing keys, uses round robin, can be turned on/off and volume controlled (some acoustic pianos only).
• Polyphony of up to several hundred stereo voices.²
• Low latency disk streaming.
• Configurable audio latency down to 5 ms.
• Integrated effects (18 presets).
• MIDI velocity response curve editor.
• App can keep running in the background.
• Hermode Tuning: Makes the sound more brilliant by controlling the pitch of the notes in multivoiced music to better frequency ratios than with fixed tuning. Imitates the tuning behavior of well educated musicians (i.e. orchestras and choirs).
• Provides Audio Unit plugin version of this app, which allows it to be used as virtual instrument directly within 3rd party multi-track DAW apps.
• Supports Apple's "Inter-App Audio" system.
• Audiobus support.
• Virtual on-screen piano keyboard with velocity support, scalable & scrollable.
MIDI Player / Recorder:
• Record, save and load your songs in standard MIDI file format.
• Unlimited amount of tracks.
• Unlimited recording and playback length.
• Open MIDI (.mid) files directly from other apps (i.e. from Safari, Mail).
• Download or upload MIDI files with iTunes.
• Metronome.
• Use the "Tempo Zoom" dial knob to i.e. slow down playback at any time, learn your favorite songs more easily.
¹ For more information about supported adapters and MIDI keyboards, please visit our product website.
² Some sounds might use several voices per note. Polyphony depends on the exact device model being used. You find a polyphony table on our product website.
³ Important: the dark brown „Colossus Grand” piano model requires a large amount of main memory, so we only recommend this piano model for device models mentioned as „recommended” above.

Neue Funktionen von Version 1.3.4

• Fixes an issue of the Audio Unit Plug-in version which caused misbehaviors like random audio artifacts, noise and AU crashes under certain conditions.



Christian Schoenebeck d/b/a Crudebyte






300,8 MB

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Altersfreigabe: 4+


iOS 5.1.1 oder neuer


iPad mini 3 (Cellular), iPad Air (Cellular), iPad mini Retina (Cellular), iPad mini 4 (Cellular), iPad mini 3, iPad Pro (11"), iPad Air 2, iPad (6. Generation) Wi-Fi, iPad (5. Generation) Wi-Fi, iPad Pro (12,9", 2. Generation), iPad Pro (11") Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad (5. Generation) Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad Pro (12,9", 3. Generation) Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPod touch (7. Generation), iPad mini Retina, iPad mini (5. Generation) Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad Pro (12,9", 3. Generation), iPad Air (3. Generation), iPad Pro (12,9", 2. Generation) Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad Air (3. Generation) Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad Pro (10,5") Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 8, iPad Pro (Cellular), iPad Pro (9,7 Zoll) (Cellular), iPad Pro (9,7 Zoll), iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone XR, iPhone SE, iPhone 6, iPhone XS Max, iPad Pro (10,5"), iPhone XS, iPad mini (5. Generation), iPad (6. Generation) Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad Pro, iPod touch (6. Generation), iPhone 11, iPad Air, iPad Air 2 (Cellular), iPad mini 4




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Sound is five stars! But...

Version 1.3.4
I am professional pianist. It is either Bechstein or Blüthner behind these Samples. The others on offer dont. The source is logically the boss.
But, come on boys. A couple of bucks for an app designer for a luxury app is not too much to ask. It looks and feels horrible.
It works, but someone tried the concept of anti-workflow here.
Where is audio recording? (Just midi). Abbrevevations No one knows. VJ. Video-djay? A HUGE wheel for the hammer sound.
No midi export. No midi import. Massively misused interface estate space. Intuitive as a quantum computer.
But still, the sound is too goog. Korg just doesnt have a Bechstein to sample from. Neither does iGrand, which I use too. Nor all of the others. Except huge banks for PC or Mac.

Diese App ist den Preis wert!

Version 1.1.1
Ich beobachte und kaufe mobile Piano-Apps für das iPad schon seit genau zwei Jahren. Ich habe alle großen Apps einschließlich relevanter Piano-In-App-Käufe auf meinem iPad.
Von allen hatte mich bisher die CMP Grand Piano App mit der Erweiterung "Concert Grand" am meisten überzeugt. Für diese App (17,99 Euro) und den In-App-Kauf (7,99 Euro) fallen also zum Zeitpunkt meiner Bewertung (08.01.2017) zusammen Kosten von rund 26 Euro an. Mit der App allein erhält man schon die zwei qualitativ hochwertigen Grundklänge "Grand Piano" und "Jazz-Piano", wobei die App anzeigt, dass "Grand Piano" ein "Steinway D Concert Grand Piano" ist. Ferner wird angezeigt, dass die In-App "Concert Grand" auf einem Bechstein-A190-Flügel basiert. Ich habe mich bisher immer gefragt, ob es auf dem iPad noch besser geht.
Es geht besser. Ich brauchte allerdings erst ein neues iPad Air 2 mit 128GB Speicher, um das "Colossus Concert Grand" mit 14GB laden zu können. Auf explizite Nachfrage habe ich von Crudebyte per E-Mail erfahren, dass es sich um einen Bechstein-D280-Flügel handelt, den ich mir sonst nicht leisten könnte - abgesehen vom fehlenden Platz...
Die App "Colossus Piano" selbst ist kostenlos, nur die In-Apps kosten etwas. Beim Preis von 50 Euro für "Colossus Concert Grand" muss man schon etwas überlegen, aber nachdem ich den Sound über Studiokopfhörer gespielt habe, kann ich sagen, dass ich mich noch lange über diesen Kauf freuen werde. Es dauert bei 14GB natürlich einen Moment, bis die App gestartet ist. Aber dann möchte man kaum noch einen anderen Piano-Sound spielen...
Danke an Crudebyte für die ständige Weiterentwicklung der Apps! Ich wünsche mir, dass man den Kunden in Zukunft noch weitere Innovationen präsentiert. Jetzt muss ich aber zurück ans Klavier...

Amazing Sound

Version 1.0.0
Really, I'm in love with this App and his great sound. Thank you Kurt Ader for making this sounds. I play it with the Korg Kronos on stage.

A Dream come true...

anonymous III XL
Version 1.0.0
Since I was a Teen, I've dreamed of a REALLY portable Piano.
Then I came along the YAMAHA Pf-10, The Wurli, the Fender Rhodes and so on...
Now I'm a 60+ Grandpa, who owns an iPad pro and I swear, my "Teenie-Dream" come true!
OK, You will need some SSD-Space for that 14 gig "Colossus" (sic!), but with the wright MIDI-Controller Keyboard (weighted action, please), You will be pleased with a beautiful grand sound.First I've tried BT-MIDI with my KORG microkey keyboard: It's okay, but with a latency of 5 ms and a bunch of Stereo-Voices the Hardware begins to stumble. I prefer a MIDI-Cable Connection from the iRig Pro into my 88-key KORG KROSS.Just beautiful.Thanks, Crudebyte, but PLEASE make the Velocity-Curves "Save-able", so you can make a switch between different Controller-Keyboards, instantly