The onboard SuperNATURAL sound set for acoustic piano, vintage electric piano, clav, and organ likewise covers 95% of what most keyboardists need, rather than covering the remaining 5% by doubling the weight and cost. The keybed, for its part, has the textured feel of piano keys and sensors, escapement, and other details that should make this comfortable for trained pianists and keyboardists to play.
And since you can use it with an iPad, this is a reasonable solution without having to work out where to put a laptop.
So compact, you don’t even need to be an American with a truck to have enough space to carry it around. I mean, as far as independent musicians doing this, the easiest way is with something like Kontakt, etc.
I do know sounds get made by hand, and often a selling point of a synth is that you can use the presets to learn to program it, to see how experienced sound designers handled the resources.
Possibly such structure can be created by hand, from scratch, but I just believe such complexity is somehow handled at the corporate level by artificial intelligence or, at least, by something like a compiler language for sound design. I can’t understand why Roland insist on putting knobs and controllers at the left of the keys instead of along the top. Also has built in speakers, SD card slot, basic recording, tons of cheesy rhythms and auto-accompaniment patterns, MIDI in and out, and some other features that you may or may not need. Fascinating how it shares a common design with the also-new Roland A-88 controller, but with reduced keys and onboard sounds. With the Yamaha line, I’ve yet to put on a pair of headphones and believe I was playing a piano. Also it’s lacking a line out and the ports are on the back only, which can be really inconvenient.
Your point on digital pianos being either large, cumbersome and heavy or light and crappy is spot on. What I really need is something that is both lightweight (ideally 64 keys), has heaps of instruments but also has a nice, weighted action.
Casio announced today that it will release two new flagship models in its lineup of electronic keyboards, the MZ-X500 and MZ-X300. With these abundant sound and backing-track options, users can not only select musical instrument patches to fit a performance style, such as guitars or basses, but also choose from many different rhythm patterns ranging from standard beats used in rock, jazz, and pop music to ethnic rhythms from various regions of the world, including Latin American and Indonesian styles. Casio MZ-X500 and MZ-X300 are fitted with a four-band parametric equalizer for precisely adjusting tone; both keyboards offer everything that a user would hope for to perform at his or her very best.


Auto accompaniment chord progressions can also be assigned to any of the 16 pads, enabling the user to play chord progressions just by striking a pad. Roger Hagarty of Roger’s Music in Nottingham is a Yamaha dealer who has already received delivery of the latest generation of Yamaha CVP Clavinova, the CVP-609.
As you would expect there are a lot of new features, most visibly the new touchscreen interface. In addition to the NW(Natural Wood) keyboard with synthetic ivory keytops, the 88-key Linear Graded Hammers reproduces the unique weight of each key over the entire keyboard.
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So, here’s one example that I think a number of pianists and keyboardists wanting mobile keyboards might really appreciate.
I paid 480€ for the P-35 and the models where I quickly and enjoyably felt a big difference were in the 1200€ range. Loaded with a diverse range of preset sound patches and rhythm patterns, these top-of the-line instruments are suitable for all kinds of musical genres.
Suitable for practically any musical genre, both the Casio MZ-X500 and MZ-X300 are capable of 128-note polyphony, enough to ensure that notes can be played smoothly without cutting out during a performance, and feature digital signal processing (DSP) effects that have been programmed based on 20 types of algorithms.
Casio newly equipped the MZ-X500 with 16 touch-responsive multi-pads for broadening performance capabilities.
This eliminates the need to play chords continuously with the left hand so the user can focus on playing melodies. A GP Response Damper Pedal gives you the same sense of control as a grand piano and the RGE Sound Engine provides exquisite playing response and tremendous expressive power letting you to play however you want. Writing hundreds of articles including commentary and reviews on various gaming platforms, while also interviewing well known industry figures for popular online publications. It still has the feel of a hammer-action piano (scaled down a bit so you get the majority of that feel without a huge amount of weight).


SuperNATURAL isn’t quite as deep as one of the bigger sample libraries available in software, but it gets in the same ballpark of playability and quality without having to switch on a computer. SuperNatural is really a brand name for Roland’s own proprietary sound design and platforms. They could have fitted another octave on the RD64 or made it even more compact by redesigning the control placement. Both new Casio flagship keyboards MZ-X500 and MZ-X300 comes with built-in speakers driven by dual 20-watt amplifiers for a big, powerful sound. The pads can be used to trigger preset patches and samples created by the user, as well as to play back musical phrases, allowing the user to enhance a performance with percussive hits and additional melodies while also playing the keyboard. Casio equipped both the MZ-X500 and MZ-X300 with a touch panel-capable large color LCD to enable better operability and more intuitive control. The audio design has been reworked from previous models including an additional subwoofer so that during ensemble performance, the low tones of bases and kick drums are reproduced with even greater intensity. And it easily bests, I believe, other controller keyboards in this price range by a pretty wide margin. I was able to take carry mine to school, which involved about 3 km of walking and a couple of crowded trains, without too much difficulty.
On the other hand, I will say squeezing this down to 64 keys is a smart move for lugging it around, as very few instances really need a full 88-key keyboard. The Casio MZ-X500 features 1,100 preset tone patches and 330 rhythm patterns, while the Casio MZ-X300 has 900 preset tone patches and 280 rhythm patterns.
This lets users call up and modify any of the vast number of sound patches and rhythm patterns with ease. From professional piano performance to simply discovering the joy of music for the first time, the CVP-609 can fulfill anyone’s piano playing dreams. There are even sound features like damper resonance, and the organ and electric piano parts sound lovely, too.



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