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Boesendorfer-211



The original instrument belongs to the DownTown-Studios in Munich and is often used for radio broadcast recordings.
It is equipped with renewed hammers and produces a very brilliant but versatile sound.

Demo songs

Piano concert (Grieg) (.mp3, 1.3 MB)

Etude (.mp3, 1.0 MB)

Moonlight sonata (Beethoven) (.mp3, 2.0 MB)

Czsarda (.mp3, 0.4 MB)


Demo version for Native Instruments Kontakt (version 2 or newer) or for GigaStudio

The following restrictions were necessary to reduce the size of the demo version from the original 2.3GB to only 26MB (1%):
  • The sampling frequency was reduced to 22kHz.
  • 2/3 of the samples were replaced by their neighbouring samples.
  • The length of all samples was restricted to 2 seconds.
Download Pianowave Boesendorfer DEMO for Kontakt-2 (.zip, 26 MB)


Download Pianowave Boesendorfer DEMO for GigaStudio or LinuxSampler (.zip, 26 MB)


Full version for Native Instruments Kontakt (version 2 or newer) or for GigaStudio

All keys recorded in 5 precise velocities and in full length (no loops)
  • Absolutely smooth transitions between the velocities
  • Additional string resonances for playing with sustain pedal
  • Key-off samples for playing staccato
  • Pedal sounds
  • Variable hammer hardness
  • 16bit definition, 44kHz sampling frequency
  • Total size 2.3 GB