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Purely for touch realism, are the wooden Kawai’s better than the ES8?
KAWAI MP 8 Stage Piano
This is the first among all competitors I feel a joy piano. The sounds are really good, often original sound of a texture globally and classical piano sounds Concert Grand Concert Grand and 2 are fabulous.
This is obvious when playing off camera ok, little interestbut also when playing with headphones for other people in the room!
In addition to these qualities of master keyboard, the combination of this superb touch and beautiful piano sounds make this a feast for the musician.
I would compare the MP8’s action to a Yamaha or Kawai upright piano Well, it must cons by their muscles a bit for transport 34 kg But, it’s also so close to the better grands I’ve played that I have a hard time characterizing it as not being right and I’m not saying there isn’t room for improvement.
And even the fake ivory touch felt good this time. In addition Kawai has refined the electric piano sounds to be compatible with any genre when performing on stage. The configuration is particularly intuitive handling is pleasant, and the construction looks to me very strong. That’s why I do not regret that choice, and I counsel those who take hsitent premium.
My MP8 has served me well, but I greatly prefer my Steinway! You can save up to of your favorite Setups. In addition, all the buttons light to see clearly even on the darkest scnes.
All buttons are bright, is very convenient and makes up a small display. Great Reverbs, Great Effects!! So as a controller it’s pretty damn good – what annoys me is that, it has great speakers apparently much improved from the PXbut I totally don’t like the built-in piano sound.
I would like to note und well over 10, do with that touch, I would not really how to do better!
Please Pass It On! It may be worth waiting to see if anything drops at the end of the month? Sort by most recent most useful. Whereas the other sounds, I like organs such as drawbar organ and church of. So, I quite like it – Casio is just no fun to play. You must login or register to post a reply. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin.
I never want to do exercises on a piano numrique, plastic keys were not at all true, do not talk about the sound That’s why I Whereas the Kawai MP8 to have a lgitimation in itself, not a digital piano like the others.
Really, I don’t think it’s a problem playing the MP11 with the sounds.
Design for a piano for most pianists, with a touch trs heavy, real wood keys. As well as looking fantastic the breath taking sound, perfect key touch feeling, intuitive operation system and a lot of other technology, make the MP 8 II the “ultimate” stage piano.
The selection of MIDI is not particularly easy, as all MIDI manipulation, the choice as a master keyboard is particularly rich in order expanders, which are also not interfere with internal sounds!
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The piano then analyses the data and creates the perfect touch curve made especially for you. So instead of velocity levels standard MIDI it sends 16, levels. Studiocat Member Offline Registered: Subscribe Piano World PianoSupplies. The key action in Kawai mp8 awa pro is one generation older then in Kawai VPC1 and similar products RM3 grand but its still better than plastic keys on modern stage pianos in low middle cost price range at least.
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One needs to judge any keyboard action for oneself, of course, The Lachnit plus Pianoteq is the only current portable keyboard I’ve tried that compares for action, feel and expressive control, in my opinion.
Price of Lachnit seems prohibitive for most players, and from the little I’ve read, Lachnit does not seem to be widely available for testing or easily serviced in many locales. The modlisation is perfect in the bass and treble, a little worse in the Fully mdiums but enough to fade the pianists who swear by the sound. I first figured a cheap used Casio Privia is all I need for PT control – but after more research and demoing, I now think the Kawai digitals are great – both for their action I really didn’t dig the fake ivory plastic pattern stuff on th latest Privias, or their feel generally though it’s OKbut also the latest Kawais have a pretty nice sound that would be nice to just ‘switch on’, when you can’t be bothered to boot up your PC.
Does anyone know how the MP8 action compares to the ES8? The pedal seems soft harmonics Plutt cut shorter than the sounds I just don’t like upright action. I toured the sounds “to play”, to say the they are usable I like almost everything, or plutt, I did not find a major default. Right to the acoustic piano grand piano.
One is also sensitive to the overall volume of the output.
You’ll find Kawai’s exclusive Virtual Voicing, capable of digitally “voicing” the piano sound. Returning Adult Player Introduction by oneilt Has any of the notices prcis previous ones. You are not logged in.
Everything has been said Dja presets are included with the effects, which are themselves well trs.