A digital piano is a modern electronic musical instrument, different from the electronic keyboard, designed to serve primarily as an alternative to a traditional piano, both in the way it feels to play and in the sound produced. Some digital pianos are also designed to look like an acoustic piano. While digital pianos may fall short of the genuine article in feel and sound, they nevertheless have many advantages over normal pianos:
- Compared to acoustic pianos, digital pianos are generally less expensive. - Most models are smaller and considerably lighter, but there are large ones as well. - They have no strings and thus do not require tuning. - Depending on the digital piano, they may include many more instrument sounds including strings, guitars, organs, and more. - They are much more likely to incorporate a MIDI implementation. - They may have more features to assist in learning and composition. - They usually include headphone output. - They often have a transposition feature. - They do not require the use of microphones, eliminating the problem of audio feedback in sound reinforcement, as well as simplifying the recording process.
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