The versatility of the grand piano is made possible by its ability to alter tones in accordance with changes in the amount of pressure applied to the keys. Strong pressure produces a bright, hard tone, while lighter pressure results in a much gentler tone and these tonal variations provide the pianist with a rich palette of musical expression. CASIO digital pianos use multiple samples collected at various optimal key pressures from a world-famous brand concert grand piano. A CASIO-original Linear Morphing AIF Sound Source, which applies computer graphic morphing technology to notes, ensures seamless changes between the sampled sounds. This, in combination with a revolutionary filter circuit that controls changes in timbre enables seamless changes in tones of extremely delicate pianissimos all the up to powerful fortissimos. The result is a never-before-possible level of expressive richness that is virtually the same as what you hear from an acoustic grand.
- 88-key, Tri-sensor scaled hammer action keyboard
- 128-Note Polyphony
- Linear Morphing AIF