Roland has announced the V-Piano, the company's latest offering in V-Technology.
The 88-key V-Piano allows musicians to bring realistic nuances and expression to their performances. Featuring Roland's new Piano Component Object Sound Modeling synthesis, the V-Piano can reproduce the complex interactions of acoustic piano components as well as the modulations generated by touch. Furthermore, the digital piano's PHA III Ivory Feel keyboard action and sensors support high repetition and reproduce the tonal fluctuations caused by differences in stroke acceleration patterns. The instrument also utilizes a dedicated smart CPU that learns each performer's unique playing expression.
Both Vintage and Vanguard piano sounds are included with the V-Piano. Vintage tones reproduce the sound of contemporary pianos and famous Vintage pianos, while Vanguard tones go beyond physical restrictions of acoustic pianos and allow players to create tones that were previously impossible.
Players can customize the instrument by using voicing parameters, such as unison tuning, hammer hardness and various resonances.
For more information, sound samples and video demonstrations, visit www.roland.com.