NAMM 2014 is over, but now the fun begins.  The show brought certain NAMM digital pianos to the forefront for the New Year, and none were more impressive than those shown at the Roland booth. For certain pianos, it was all about upgrading what was already quality musical instrument.  Take, for instance, the Roland RD800 stage piano, which of course replaces the RD700.
Roland’s RD Series has been quite popular with pianists across the globe, and the features for the RD700’s successor are particularly impressive.  From giving the player control over the sound with the onboard Piano Designer to SuperNATURAL engine that deliver an authentic acoustic piano sound for your money, the RD800 will be a great purchase.
Then there’s the Roland DP90e, this beautiful piano also comes with the SuperNATURAL engine, but has been enhanced thanks to the Dynamic Harmonic feature for fortissimo playing.
The Roland DP90e is currently available for pre-order, and can be purchased at websites like KraftMusic.
Roland's newest state-of-the-art digital piano boaasts SuperNATURAL piano technology that meticulously models classic vintage EPs. Korg's newest addition to its digital piano line-up is the microPIANO which is available in either red, white or black.
The M-Audio Venom 49-key synthesizer combines the character of classic analog synths with modern digital processing to deliver an aggressive, infectious new sound. Please note, 95% of orders are sent using our tracked next day service, on occasion we will send using royal mail on a 2-3 day service. We have temporarily suspended processing of EUR payments, all orders will be charged in GBP.
Korg unveiled its most portable and affordable digital piano it has ever developed at the recent Winter NAMM Show 2010, the Korg SP-170 Digital Piano. Additionally, the newly developed Natural Weighted Hammer Action (NH) faithfully reproduces the touch and graduated weight of acoustic piano keys.
The Korg SP-170 is also perfect for music beginners and is able to satisfy the most discerning pianists. With the 2013 Winter NAMM show only days away, Roland has announced a new keyboard and two new digital pianos. First up is the all-new V-Combo VR-09 keyboard, an affordable, easy-to-transport (weighing in at 5kg) unit for the performing keyboard player featuring dedicated piano, organ and synth engines. The keyboard's acoustic grand piano section features 88-note stereo multi-sampling, delivering pro-level piano sound that rivals Roland’s dedicated stage pianos. The V-Combo VR-09's classic tonewheel organs are powered by Roland’s SuperNATURAL technology with nine harmonic bars provide authentic real-time performance control.
For synth sounds, the V-Combo VR-09 is packed with ready-to-play synthesizer sounds, from vintage analog classics like JUNO strings and ‘80s synth brass to textured, modern-era digital tones and beyond. The keyboard also features nine sliders for tone shaping and a large array of knobs and buttons for tweaking the seven simultaneous effects and various parameters. Next up is the Roland RD-64 stage piano featuring 64 weighted-action keys and weighing in at only 13kg. The piano's 64-note ivory Feel-G keyboard incorporates Roland’s most advanced sensor technology, escapement mechanism, and Ivory Feel construction giving a touch, sensitivity and appearance only found before on Roland's flagship 88-key pianos.
Onboard effects include a high-quality stereo reverb, plus two effects processors tailored to the RD-64’s tone categories. The HPi-50 also includes a digital screen called DigiScore, which is housed in the music rest.
For those looking to learn the piano, the HPi-50 also includes a collection of practice features to help improve your playing.
For more information on the whole range of new products from Roland visit the launch site here. All of Roland's new products will be available to view at the Winter NAMM show at Level 3 302A main stand. Sign up to receive MI Pro's email news updates and access to other online products and services.
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Musical Instrument Professional delivers priceless trade information across the spectrum of the MI industry retail; new product releases, industry opinion, retail news, in-depth analysis and live reporting from all the major trade events. Casio has added four new models to its Celviano and Privia digital piano lines at NAMM 2015, along with a new CZ synth app.
Meanwhile, the firm also announced the release of the CZ App, a virtual synthesizer application based on Casio’s CZ series of synthesizers, which includes the classic CZ-101 model released in 1984. The CZ App for iPad allows users to play a wide range of sounds based on eight basic waveforms and 28 combinations for a total of 36 types of waveforms. NAMM 2012 PRESS RELEASE: Yamaha launches the Arius YDP-C71PE Console Digital Piano at Winter NAMM 2012. MusicRadar is part of Future plc, an international media group and leading digital publisher. Roland has announced the FP-30 Digital Piano, which they describe as a compact and affordable instrument that brings their renowned piano performance within reach of everyone.


Roland's famous SuperNATURAL® Piano technology delivers an authentic piano sound that provides a solid foundation for learning and the detailed articulation and response to satisfy the most advanced players. Reproduction in whole or in part in any form or medium without express written permission from Sonic State is prohibited. NAMM 2016: Roland announce the FP-30 Digital Piano, a well designed, compact and affordable. Roland is proud to announce the FP-30 Digital Piano, a compact and affordable instrument that brings the company’s renowned piano performance within reach of everyone. With its exceptional tone and feel, the FP-30 easily outshines other instruments in its class. The FP-30 is equipped with a powerful stereo audio system for rich, impressive sound that exceeds the limited sonic capabilities of other compact digital pianos. Thanks to its modern digital engine, the FP-30 goes far beyond any acoustic piano, bringing more fun and productivity to playing sessions.
Available in white or black, the FP-30 offers a sleek, elegant look that’s a welcome addition to any room. Every note will be heard with the innovative Sound Focus feature, even subtle pianissimo passages meaning you can relax and play naturally without sacrificing dynamics and sound quality.
More than just a new instrument, the Kronos is a giant leap in synth and workstation evolution embodying fresh ideas and breakthrough technologies. Charming, conveniently sized and designed like a grand piano - the microPIANO features a 61-key Natural Touch mini-keyboard which Korg have carefully designed to provide true playability.
Whet your appetite with the included presets, then sink your teeth into creating original sounds—from atmospheric and subtle, to angry and downright nasty. The SP-170 compact, simple, yet elegant designed piano focuses on what is most important in a piano – authentic grand piano feel and vibrant sounds. The three sound engines are organised in three intuitive blocks on the front panel - giving fast access to the sounds you need and especially useful on a dark stage.
A newly developed transistor-type organ is also included, offering the unique sound of combo instruments from the 1960s. Other great additions include an onboard looper, a drum section packed with rhythms for practice and jamming and the free VR-09 iPad sound editor. The sound engine is powered by Roland’s SuperNATURAL Piano sound engine, with acoustic piano tones plus a selection of expressive electric pianos. The DigiScore system displays digital sheet music (and even turns the page for you) with a choice of over 400 built-in songs. The Finger Training course displays the 'finger power' in both hands while playing the built-in Hanon exercises (which develop finger movement skills).
The Medal Collection application awards gold, silver, or bronze medals for playing accuracy as you play along with the built-in songs. Recordings of a symphony orchestra are included for each, giving users the option to hear them with or without the piano part. These string sounds can be played individually or layered with Casio's Concert Grand Piano sounds.
Based on acoustic measurements of real locations around the world, users have the ability to select simulated environments. The CZ App also features two digitally controlled oscillators, two digitally controlled waveform envelopes, and two digitally controlled amplitude envelopes. Ideal for home use as a practice piano, it offers stunning looks, high-quality sound and a key action capable of building proper finger technique for playing on an acoustic grand piano.Geared toward adult intermediate players to advanced hobbyists, the YDP-C71PE's high-quality sound and Graded Hammer (GH) action makes it ideal as a practice piano while also built to handle even heavier use at institutions.
You can unsubscribe at any time and we'll never share your details without your permission. A spokesperson told us, "Combining premium sound and feel with Bluetooth® wireless connectivity for mobile devices and other innovative features, the FP-30 is perfect for small spaces and very easy to transport in and out of the home, classroom or studio. Completing the authentic experience is the 88-note PHA-4 Standard keyboard, which inherits the progressive hammer action, escapement and Ivory Feel keys found in Roland's high-end home pianos.The FP-30 is equipped with a powerful stereo audio system for rich, impressive sound that exceeds the limited sonic capabilities of other compact digital pianos. Combining premium sound and feel with innovative features for enjoyment and learning, the FP-30 is perfect for small spaces and very easy to transport in and out of the home, classroom, or studio. Roland’s famous SuperNATURAL Piano technology delivers an authentic piano sound that provides a solid foundation for learning and the detailed articulation and response to satisfy the most advanced players.
Plugging in headphones silences the onboard speakers, allowing users to enjoy playing day or night without disturbing others nearby.
Additional sounds like strings, organs, voices, and electric pianos let users broaden their musical experience, while dual and split functions allow two different sounds to be played at once.
The light, compact design fits nicely in smaller living spaces, and the instrument is easy to move when needed.
With new digital pianos from Roland, iPad docking synths from Akai and more amazing controllers from Korg, take a look at Dolphin Music's best selection of NAMM 2011's keyboard and synth releases. Bringing together multiple sound engines which work in harmony, and new interactive performance features, these will reflect the way you play from now on.


Using the same stereo samples as Korg's flagship digital pianos, the microPIANO generates full-bodied tones with depth and character. Easily tweak parameters from the intuitive top-panel interface, or explore endless sound design and configuration possibilities with the included software editor.
The SP-170 features a full 88 notes Natural Weighted Hammer Action (NH) Keyboard, a duo sampled concert grand piano sounds and 8 additional sounds; Electric Piano (x2), Harpsichord, Clav, Vibraphone, Pipe Organ, Electric Organ and Strings, 60 notes (stereo) Polyphony.
Piano sounds are onboard as well, along with complimentary effects such as vintage phaser and tremolo. The 61-note keyboard has an extremely fast response, perfect for essential organ techniques such as trill, sputter, glissando, and percussive hits. The Visual Lesson application identifies areas in the digital sheet music that you need to work on. There is also a lesson feature, which allows musicians to practice a piece at a slower tempo until they are ready to play it at normal tempo with the orchestra. Presets include the Dutch Reformed Church, Berlin Hall Philharmonic, the French Cathedral in Berlin, and more. In each of these six blocks of parameters, users can make subtle changes to the sounds by setting temporal variations to pitch, timbre, and volume.
Ideal for piano students, urban dwellers, and young families, the instrument is a great choice for performing musicians and music educators as well.
Completing the authentic experience is the 88-note PHA-4 Standard keyboard, which inherits the progressive hammer action, escapement, and Ivory Feel keys found in Roland’s high-end home pianos.
Onboard drum patterns enhance the enjoyment of everyday playing and offer an exciting alternative to the metronome while developing timing skills.
For a more traditional home piano setup, the optional KSC-70 stand and KPD-70 three-pedal unit provide an integrated look and classic pedal configuration while maintaining a much smaller footprint than a typical upright piano. If you're a musician who dreams of turning visions of the cosmos into sound, of tweaking parameters to conjure invisible sounds from the ether and creating new sounds that have never before been heard, the Korg Kronos is for you.
You also have 40 demonstration songs which feature mainly classical compositions which make it an ideal choice for a child's piano practice.
Perform bass lines, leads, and more with a full-size keyboard designed to satisfy serious players. The compressor - accessible via a dedicated, easy-to-reach knob - transparently boosts the level of the piano sounds, ensuring that your playing always cuts through when performing in loud bands.
Furthermore, users can visually check these variations using the iPad screen while the sounds are being generated. You can even use Venom as an audio interface with Pro Tools M-Powered* and other music software—forming a powerful production machine to take your music in dangerous new directions. Stereo RCA inputs allow you to connect a music player for live backing tracks and rehearsing. Whether you're practicing or performing, the Graded Hammer (GH) keyboard provides realistic piano touch. The outputs can alternately be used to connect to an external speaker system if desired.Thanks to its modern digital engine, the FP-30 goes far beyond any acoustic piano, bringing more fun and productivity to playing sessions.
The Korg SP-170 can be used as the master keyboard for computer music software via the MIDI output. Using Yamaha's AWM Dynamic Stereo Sampling, the YDP-C71PE delivers authentic and expressive piano tone.
Additional sounds like strings, organs, voices and electric pianos let users broaden their musical experience, while dual and split functions allow two different sounds to be played at once. This lightweight and easy to carry keyboard instrument also makes it ideal for live performances.
The damper pedal features a half-damper effect, which provides different levels of sustain for acoustic piano realism found only in a Yamaha. Onboard drum patterns enhance the enjoyment of everyday playing and offer an exciting alternative to the metronome while developing timing skills.The FP-30 features built-in Bluetooth wireless capabilities, enabling users to explore the diverse world of music apps for smartphones and tablets right at the piano. A two-track song recorder captures musical ideas and is also ideal for practicing -- using one hand at a time or both -- with the built-in recordings of selections from the standard piano repertoire. Popular apps like GarageBand and many others interact directly with the FP-30, creating a powerful, inspiring platform for learning, composing, and overall music fun. Dual headphone jacks allow two people to sit at the instrument and play, practice or teach in privacy."A great feature of the YDP-C71PE is the ability to mute either hand of the 50 preset piano songs," adds Digital Piano Product Manager Nate Tschetter.



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