David B similar to what I hear in other sampled libraries I have. VI Labs, Garritan, VSL, etc.
It's a $99 mass market product.
David B I felt like I was sitting in the back of the room when I listened to their recordings.
The room is automatically baked in into samples, even with unusual microphone positions. That can't be changed afterwards. In a real Kawai Grand it's not. It's a raw piano sound emitting from the strings through the soundboard and interacting with your room (like your church), before you record it. That sounds much more interesting, but it much harder to both play and record.
But "interesting", complicated piano sounds is not what music producers are after. They need dry, nice sounding, easy to use samples, which work with everything including something they already have on their desk like the Komplete Kontrol M32 for example. If you make a VST as hard to control as a grand piano, it won't sell. VSTs exist, so you don't need to pay the professional pianist, you don't need to pay the professional piano tuner and you need to pay your professional piano recording studio only once for 88 note samples with various velocity layers to arrange.
That's it. "Production Voices" already has in the name. It's not a product intended for the audience of this forum.