Bechstein spent several weeks at the acclaimed Teldex Recording studio in Berlin, which continues the great tradition and history of Telefunken and later Teldec Classics and their recording teams. Since its modernization in 2003, the Teldex Studio in Berlin is one of the largest private recording studios in the world. The famous recording hall, the state-of-the-art equipment – including a unique collection of vintage microphones – and the experience of the Grammy-awarded producers and engineers ensure first class productions, no matter what style of music.
Under supervision of 3 time Grammy winner recording engineer Tobias Lehmann, each and every note of the D 282 piano was recorded in numerous variations, articulations and under perfect acoustic conditions – also utilising the M/S microphone technique, the sound engineers’ and sound designers’ method of choice for capturing acoustic instruments for the first time.
Due to the different recording techniques, the software instrument excels in all kinds of musical styles. Classic arrangers will appreciate the fine, extremely nuanced recording quality of the samples. Jazz and pop musicians relish in the innovative sound tools of the Digital Grand.