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More and more digital instruments are advertising that they have Bluetooth. But what can you do with it? And does it have any relevance to you? If you want answers to these questions, then you can read more here.
Have you always wanted to learn to play the piano? Or have you played once many years ago, but are now considering getting back at it? With the new learning program "Playground Sessions" you can learn technique, music theory and a myriad of songs, at home in your own living room. Read more here!
Have you ever wondered how the sounds of a digital piano are created? Are you looking for an overview of the sound quality of different products? In this guide we will explain the types of sound engines you will find in digital instruments, as well as make a brief overview of the most common sound engines and piano samples you will find in pianos from Kawai, Roland and Yamaha.
The new Yamaha CLP-725 is here to stay! The piano is perfect for you, who wants natural key action and authentic sound without paying for extra functions. CLP-725 comes with the same key action as the CLP-735 and CLP-665GP, the GrandTouch-S keys. And with the completely same samplings of the prestigious concert grands: Yamaha CFX and Bösendorfer Imperial, like all the other instruments in the Clavinova series.
Digitalpiano.com is building a new domicile property together with Juhl-Sørensen on Engmarken 22, 8220 Brabrand, Aarhus. The first steps to build 3.800 m2 with showrooms, studios, administration, repair technicians and warehouse have already been taken.
DG-30 is the first model in Kawai’s brand-new series of high quality digital grand pianos, giving you the opportunity to get a grand in your home. DG-30 delivers the touch, sound, and the look from the acoustic piano to a fair price.
Roland FP-90X A new year, a new start. The good guys from Roland decided to start the year with a selection of new products in the legendary FP series. The additions to the series are not additions per se, but rather three upgraded version of the FP-30, FP-60, and FP-90 models, namely the FP-30X, FP-60X and FP-90X. And yes, I know what you are thinking… What do the X’s stand for? Well, in this case “X” stands for “upgrade” – or something like that. In this article we will take a closer look at the new FP-90X and its similarities and differences compared to the old FP-90.
What is the difference between a cheap and an expensive piano? They look so similar, so why should I pay more for one than the other? The price depends on several aspects, most often the inner mechanics, like speakers, Bluetooth, functions, sound engines and key action. Yamaha, Roland and Kawai make their own mechanics, but each of them produce several different types. This means, that a cheap Yamaha piano does not have the same key action as an expensive one. This article will try to make an overview of the different key actions Yamaha, Roland and Kawai use in their digital pianos, and explain the properties that makes some key actions more authentic than others.
Kawai have just announced their latest app called PiaBookPlayer, which is a sheet music program in an app format made for the Kawai digital pianos, and it is compatible for iOS and Android devices.
In this top 5 we present our view on the top five best Digital Piano / Digital Grand Piano designs over 30.000 DKK. All the pianos have a unique design and have been chosen based on what we think is most innovative and what looks the best. The instruments are available in different colours and with different surfaces (polished or matte), which makes it easier to find an instrument that fits your style. In this article we look at the things that make these different designs so appealing and where it would be best to place the instruments. And lastly, we reveal our opinion on what we think is the best Digital Piano design.