Yes it is a digital instrument Chris, and I was using the una corda for the pianissimo but perhaps it is a little muffled. Again I'm not so sure whether this is due to the piano sound, or just my sustain pedalling.
Not the sustain pedaling for sure. The sound very suddenly gets completely different, muffled and woolly where just before it was full and clear. IMO this piano's software does a lousy job of simulating u.c. I'd stay clear of it if I were you. Just my opinion of course ! I'd never have thought this was a digital except for the u.c.
The playing is commendable, good firm touch producing nice rounded chords.
I just worked out that my piano software doesn't even support una-corda, so while I was using it, it wasn't actually causing this effect. It is simply that the piano is based off recorded 'samples' hence it sounding quite good, but unfortunately there is a definite change in tone between the standard touch and the much softer touch, which is a little annoying.
So if I play the same note repeatedly with increasing velocity, there is a 'cut-off' point where the tone changes dramatically...
This sample has the same 'issue' but personally I don't mind the quiet sound. To me it is a nice warm tone, rather than a muddy one. The unfortunate thing is the way it switches between the two..
I may try a different piece of software