The Kawai ES7 has been launched at the Summer NAMM show, adding another new model to the Kawai range. The success of any digital piano is down to two main elements- the quality of its sound, and the quality of its keyboard action.
This accurately samples the Kawai EX concert grand piano, and combines it with resonance modelling and reverb, to create a piano sound of extraordinary detail and realism. Alongside piano sounds, the ES7 also has a selection of high quality, and highly usable electric pianos, organs, strings and other sounds at its disposal. Unlike many pianos of this type, the ES7’s design places a heavy emphasis on elegant simplicity.
The key mechanism itself is reinforced throughout to provide a robust key bed, with the minimum of horizontal wobble. There are many varieties of piano keyboard actions on the market, but it’s fair to say that the ES7 represents one of the very best. Stunning sound engine – Progressive Harmonic Imaging provides detailed recreation of a Kawai EX concert grand. The piano sounds in particular are incredibly impressive, but all included sounds are excellent. The Kawai ES7 has enormous amounts to offer, and its slim styling will no doubt appeal to those for whom space is at a premium. Review: Epiphone ES-339 We take a look at the new, Epiphone ES-339 – do good things come in small packages? When it comes to outstanding live performance, therea€™s one board that guarantees success. A variety of beautiful concert, jazz, and pop grand pianos, and a full-bodied traditional upright a€“ appropriately voiced and mica€™d for a broad range of musical styles.


Enjoy playing the original sounds, or delve into the powerful Virtual Technician to adjust the piano beneath your fingertips. The class-leading Responsive Hammer II keyboard action recreates the touch of an acoustic grand, with realistic movement providing a smooth, natural playing experience.
Triple-sensor key detection, ivory-like surfaces, and authentic let-off simulation ensure the MP7 performs like the real thing.
A treasure trove of authentic tine, reed, and modern electric pianos, crunchy clavs, and a striking electric grand a€“ lovingly sampled to preserve their characteristics and imperfections.
Play them clean, or plug into over 100 different effects, each with a variety of fully tweakable parameters. The MP7a€™s powerful audio processor elevates sonic realism to another level with brand new, high resolution effects. Apply richly modelled resonances to acoustic piano sounds, warm-up EPs with analogue-style amp sims, and recreate distinctive reverb environments a€“ all at the touch of a button. Tweak the organa€™s rotary speaker characteristics and use the MP7a€™s mixer faders to adjust onscreen drawbar registrations.
Four independently configurable zones for controlling internal sounds, external MIDI devices, or both at the same time.
Sturdy hardware level faders provide immediate control over rich multi-voice layers, while improved split functionality allows any zone to be effortlessly split, or assigned to a custom key range. Studio quality strings, pads, basses, and other essential sounds suitable for creating splits, layering with acoustic pianos and EPs, or for simply playing solo. Tweak each voice using comprehensive ADSR parameters, or fatten the overall sound with flexible parametric EQ. A large graphic LCD display, four assignable real-time control knobs, and a well organised, immediately usable panel interface.


Leave the manual at home and concentrate on playing, rather than trying to remember which button does what. Store and recall every customised sound, knob position, fader level, and adjustable parameter at the touch of a button. With over 250 setup memories, the MP7 is ideal for busy stage musicians who like to plan several shows ahead, before going out on the road. Elegantly finished wooden side panels, sleek gloss-black paintwork and a raised fallboard displaying the Kawai family name give the MP7 a distinctly acoustic presence. Its sturdy aluminium and steel chassis, and reinforced base reassures players that this instrument is built for the stage. For those who like to tweak, and create their perfect piano sound, the Virtual Technician feature allows you to get ‘under the lid’ so to speak (virtually, at least). In addition, a wide selection of rhythms accompaniment styles are available, to provide backing to whichever style you are playing in. It gives the player the impression that the bulk of its development time was spent ensuring that it delivers the most authentic experience possible at its price, with an interface that does not interfere with the player’s enjoyment. The material provides an impressive recreation of ivory, and is a far preferable alternative to typical plastic-surfaced keys. A ‘let-off’ feature recreates the ‘notch’ felt when acoustic piano keys are pressed lightly.



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