SummaryRoland Boutique + Clavier Rd300s
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GO:KEYS is a simple and fun keyboard that lets you play your favorite songs wirelessly through its powerful onboard speakers. Connect your smartphone via Bluetooth®, pick a song and play! And with sound quality that rivals most Bluetooth speakers, GO:KEYS is also perfect for just listening to music.No music knowledge? No problem with GO:KEYS. Even if you're playing a keyboard for the first time, the Loop Mix function makes it fun to get started with composition. Unlike other keyboards that offer accompaniments that require harmonic knowledge, Loop Mix is an innovative approach that even beginners will appreciate. By triggering musical loops with the keys on the keyboard, anyone can successfully create complete music pieces in real time. Drums, bass and other instruments are easily added to the overall mix, and the performance pads let you manipulate sounds like a DJ, adjusting pitches, filtering sounds and more. And with the built-in recorder, you can easily replay and share your compositions.GO:KEYS uses your smartphone to access free online music. So you'll never run out of songs to play. You can also use dedicated apps that will teach you how to play the latest songs or classical pieces, or provide you with lyrics for karaoke. And when you're ready to make your own music, the Loop Mix feature lets you enjoy over 500 professional-quality sounds. Compact, portable and battery-powered, GO:KEYS can be played anywhere you want. A world of music awaits you.GO:KEYS' Bluetooth functionality allows it to easily connect to your smartphone or tablet and do more with your new keyboard. Choose your favorite songs from your music library, and access unlimited free online music content, from piano lessons to karaoke. Whatever you choose, you can play it wirelessly through the GO:KEYS' built-in speakers, or just listen to it. With GO:KEYS and a smartphone, you have everything you need to practice or perform. And when you're ready to take your music production to the next level, GO:KEYS will be a perfect partner for MIDI recording in GarageBand-like apps.
The P-80 has 12 different sounds: four acoustic pianos (concert piano, more modest classical piano, jazz piano, rock piano), two electric pianos, and six acoustic instruments (harpsichord, string ensemble, 3 organs, and a bass). I'll pass quickly on these, the most interesting ones being in my opinion the piano sounds. On this subject, I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the concert piano, whose charm is disturbing to say the least. Its realism is all the better since the musical notes are sampled in stereo, but especially at several velocity levels.The sound is also respected when using the sustain pedal: on a low-end or mid-range synthesizer, if you try to play a trill or play a long sequence of notes, the sound will take on a disproportionate, blurred, and moderately pleasant amplitude. The notes will not blend together like on a real piano, but will add up without "harmonizing". On the P-80, this is not the case: the P-80's piano instruments have audio processing added to them, the purpose of which is to reproduce the timbre of the strings and the resonance of the piano's sound box. Thus, pressing the sustain pedal will allow the notes to blend in the manner of a real acoustic piano. The result is rather realistic and very appreciable.You have several effects: four reverbs (room, hall 1, hall 2, stage) of honorable quality, as well as four other effects: chorus, symphonic, tremolo and delay. These last ones are especially adapted to sounds other than piano. A fader also allows you to make the sound more or less brilliant.The 64-note polyphony is perfectly suited for intensive use of the piano: there is no risk of running out of polyphony, even if you leave the sustain pedal pressed.
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