Alguien escribió:Studiologic Launch The Numa Concert
Italian keyboard manufactures Studiologic have launched the latest in their Numa range. The “Numa Concert” is a high-end professional live performance digital piano and high definition stage piano with 88 keys Graded Hammer Action, with solid wood key body and Ivory feel on the top surface of the white keys.The key action of the Numa Concert provides a genuine authentic touch found on a Concert Piano and the triple switch detect system allows a fast repeating rate.
The new samples found on the Studiologic Numa Concert have been critically recorded and sampled utilising the expertise of skilled tuners and the talent of top concert pianists. Together with a selection of other quality sounds, the Numa Concert gives you performance and musical creativity and all the power you would expect from a high-end professional concert instrument.
The latest sampling technology.
The new Concert Grand and Stage Grand are based a gigabyte of samples at studio quality on all 88 notes, recorded with 5 close, surround studio microphones, played at multiple dynamic levels and down-mixed to stereo (L/R) with hi-resolution and sampling rate.
Solid wood. Ivory feel. Triple switch contact.
Perfect control over the complex and well balanced sound structure is made possible by the Fatar’s TP/40 Wood keyboard, with 3 contacts per key and hi resolution velocity measuring system, allowing fast repeating rates and total control at any dynamic level. The unique and classic “ivory touch” surface also allows a perfect control of the finger touch and a firm playing accuracy at any speed, as found only in acoustic concert pianos.
Powerful and accurate algorithms.
The new sounds are naturally and realistically enhanced by the new String Resonance modelling: this effect has been analysed and reproduced by the Studiologic Lab team and implemented with many improvements that produce a very warm and genuine effect (as compared to many other instruments) with a wider frequency response and a very true sound.
Soundboard resonance modelling.
An acoustic grand piano is a very reactive structure, that resonates with the played notes (as well as with external sound sources) even without activating the damper pedal. This “soundboard resonance” is so evident that a piano tuner needs to artificially stop all strings (with felt of clothes) when tuning the instrument. Such “soundboard” resonance is part of the natural sound and its depth (together with the String Resonance) can be controlled from “off” to max with 10 intermediate steps (using the dedicated String Resonance Function’s tab).
Tendrá un precio alrededor de los 1500 euros.