This digital piano had the full body of sound and the most satisfying sound that you can hear and feel.
This is a most impressive experience.
Most digital pianos have a “thin” sound that makes you realise its coming from a digital piano. However with the Modus, you can hear and feel the full sound, and all the overtones that makes it sound like a real acoustic. Continue reading →
The grand piano sound it produces is rich and has very good overtones, from its lows to mids and highs, and I would go so far to say that the highs especially, the octaves above C above middle C sound like they have a full compliment of overtones, which means they sound real.
Here’s a couple of videos showing the sound of the Casio Privia PX 850:
And this simple song, which really does show the extent of the realism of the sound from this Casio PX 850 piano.
OK, here’s my playing of the Beethoven Moonlight Sonata, first movement, opus 27 number 2, on the Roland FP4 digital piano.
If you love Beethoven, then this sonata will give you a technically easier 1st movement and more difficult 3rd movement.
This was recorded from the Roland FP4 to the Marantz PMD 661 portable field recorder designed for DSLRs or for any sort of recording where you don’t want to lug your computer around, which I used to do!
Here’s my video review of the Marantz PMD 661 Solid State Field recorder.
See how the sound quality is with this recorder that enables you to record straight onto SD card, with XLR mic inputs, high quality 96 kHz and 24 bit recording and you can do so easily with an intuitive interface. Continue reading →