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I toured the sounds “to play”, to say the they are usable The ES doesn’t have wooden keys, but I was impressed by their counterweighted feel, also when compared to the cheaper ES no counterweights. Lucy Member Offline Registered: I personally find it hard to understand why one would compare Lachnit to a semi-weighted synthesizer action.
So, I quite like it. I just kaawi like upright action. It certainly feels good to play, but the Lachnit is iawai another level, in my opinion.
And even the fake ivory touch felt good this time. The Rhodes in the Kawai are not “dirt” of the true vintage instrument, they tend to E-Pianos of the 80’s era.
In addition, this area also provides direct access to a four-band graphic equalizer and advanced tone control envelope parameters, and even allows Continuous Controller information to be transmitted to an external MIDI sound module. It’s refreshing TimN that you’ve actually found a great semi-portable keyboard! Unfortunately the sample of deuxime Piano, 2 CG is, I think everything is bad, but holds no. You can save up to of your favorite Setups. Great 88 note weighted action.
Another experiment is to shift the keyboard velocity curve back and forth to bias towards either the ppp timbres or the fff timbres, but keep the volume the same.
So I’m just asking for other thoughts if they have any personal opinions on comparing the keyboard actions. You are not logged in.
Yamaha p was my first choice but after awhile I choose Yamaha cp4 GH kawaai action, three sensor, I’m not sure if Akwai tried that specific action in the ES8but I’ve definitely tried something similar at least.
This gives you a bit more range of key force, which you especially ,p8 in the bass. Progress has been made since, but not amazing progress at least in most portable keyboards I have the last fortnight.
Help keep the forums up and running with a donationany amount is appreciated! The keyboard makes even heavy simplest interpretation of an acoustic piano, but beware of the return on an acoustic, ,p8 have to “relearn” to play dpi. Headphones can be deceptive. In addition, all the buttons light to see clearly even on the darkest scnes. Right to the acoustic piano grand piano. I still haven’t jumped, I gave the Privia PX a try while I was away and it felt better to me this time, I like the little hammer bounce you get that eg.
User reviews: Kawai MP8 – Audiofanzine
Easy to handle on stage or in the studio The MP8 has 4 zones. And the PX piano sounds decay far too quickly which I really don’t like in software pianos. Je will therefore soon obliged to bring this famous MP8 on scene.
Also finishing a little “vintage” is reminiscent of an old piano of years went by. And i never understood the need of ‘let off’ simulation The key action in Kawai mp8 awa pro is one generation older ,awai on 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.
Other sounds are relatively crdibles, but overall remain classics. True, I haven’t tried the Lachnit and would love the opportunity. Additionally, the bass keys are counter-balanced to create a more even static weight curve.
KAWAI MP 8 II Stage Piano
Kawau connections with outputs XLX separated not loving the rglage master and conventional output Jack. Great Reverbs, Great Effects!! The volume faders make it easy to spot when it comes to swinging sounds shuffled.