Casio launches professional stage piano
Going apt with the popularity of digital pianos and growing trend of western classical music education in the region, Casio India Co. Pvt. Ltd.
Going apt with the popularity of digital pianos and growing trend of western classical music education in the region, Casio India Co. Pvt. Ltd. (CIC), a 100% subsidiary of Casio Computer Co., Ltd, Japan, today, announced a new line–up of piano from the house of Privia Pro series, the PX-560 for Indian Market.
The digital piano comes packaged with innovative features, new tones, user programmable rhythms, and built-in speakers all packed in astriking blue case. Itis available at select music dealers nationwide at an attractive MRP of Rs 69,995.
The PX-560 featuresCasio’s new Color Touch Interface with 5.3" LCD display, which is clear and easy to read and enables users toexperiment with new ideas, new sounds, and new ways of creating music. The splendidPX-560 is a stage performance instrument as well asa full-fledged synthesizer.
It features Casio’s Hex Layer technology, borrowed from the flagship award winning Privia Pro PX-5S Stage Piano that creates massive splits and layers, with four zones and a total of 14 layers at once. With great-sounding filters, responsive envelopes, and extensive modulation, the PX-560 can be a sonic playground as well as a performance instrument.
It comprises ofCasio’s Multi-Dimensional AiR (Acoustic and Intelligent Resonator) Sound Source that delivers some of the best piano sounds. The Linear Morphing technology creates smooth transitions between the softer and louder sounds while Damper Resonance offers the deep feeling of the piano’s soundboard interacting with the strings.
Creating a perfect harmony, the String Resonance models the harmonic relationships between vibrating strings while the Hammer Response mimics the time between pressing the key and the hammer striking the strings. Designed to create the perfect and complete experience of playing a 9-foot concert grand piano, the Key-off Simulation feature gives the users control of a note’s decay depending on how quickly the key is released.
The PX-560 features the 88 keysTri-sensor Scaled Hammer Action II keyboard, providing a new level of detail, nuance, and expression for a superior grand piano experience. It accurately reproduces the touch and response of a concert grand piano. The users immediately feel the ebony and ivory textured keys, which feel more realistic and give their hands a positive grip to keep them playing for hours.
The PX-560 alsocomes with Duet Modethatsplitsthe keyboard into two equal pitch ranges, letting two peopleperform at the same time. The Classroom Mode adds the ability to send each side to an individual audio output, making it compatible with the most popular third party piano lab systems.