Likewise the past years bitr CEO Klaus P. Rausch attended to the International Musikmesse Frankfurt 2011, this time once again for the german company Tomeso. It is a distributor for Arturia, FXpansion, Modartt and other manufacturers and Klaus was hired to demonstrate the latest version of Pianoteq, a physical modelling software that simulates a acoustic Grand Piano, Clavinet, Fender Rhodes, Wurlitzer and more. It was always a terrific event when Klaus played his regular little shows and usually a noteworthy people crowd watched and listened carefully to his playing and product details explanations.
Also the new Arturia Analog Experience The Laboratory was featured by Klaus. This stunning hybrid-system combines virtual-analog simulations of legends like CS80 and Prophet 5 and other 70ies synths together with a 49-keys hardware keyboard controller with aftertouch and several directly accessable parameter controls like Filter Cutoff and two Envelope ADSR slider sets plus a 4 pad set with syncable rhythms.
The picture is done by Peter M. Mahr who is running a musical instruments blog named blogasys, dedicated to the Korg Oasys and since recent times also publishing details and news about the Korg Kronos and other interesting instruments.