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Roland FP-10 – Compact 88-Note Digital Piano with SuperNATURAL Piano Tones and Authentic Acoustic Feel Keyboard | Simple to Use | Ideal for Home Use, Students and Learning Correct Techniques

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When we take everything in, what we’ve got with the Roland FP10 is a great-sounding and great-feeling digital piano with convenient Bluetooth MIDI. You can still use a splitter to allow two sets of headphones, so it’s not something to sweat over, in my opinion. This stage keyboard was bought for my son who’s learning the piano and needed full-size and weighted key to feel as real piano. The listing number 144930882742 "Lot of 2 Rolls of Casio Calculator Roll Paper - CMP-36x5 - 5 Rolls *New Free S/H" has a confusing title. I’d just like to point out that FP-10 supports only three levels of sustain – Zero, half and full, as opposed to a wider range or a continuous spectrum of sustains.And it actually makes sense considering the FP-30 has quite a few features and sounds not found on the FP-10. This key mechanism simulates the touch of a grand piano and has escapement simulation for fast note repetition. The FP-10 is the ideal instrument for home use, whether you’re practicing techniqu

Compared to the PX-S1000 the FP-10 is larger, weighs more, is less attractive (subjective, but likely true for most people), has half the polyphony (although 96 is still more than adequate) and offers three less tones (15 Vs. However, it’s important to mention that unlike its competitors, the FP-10 comes with a few extra elements (string resonance, key off resonance) added to the piano sound, making it more realistic, even though those things are quite subtle. GM2 is specified for the FP-30 and above models but I don't see that on Roland's web site for the FP-10.It is, however, possible that the actions felt different to you despite being identical according to the specs (I experienced that myself).

The technology creates unique sounds between the sampled velocities to recreate the finest details of an acoustic piano. If you’re looking for something even more compact and gig-friendly, I’d encourage you to take a look at the newly introduced Casio PX-S1000.You’ll rarely need all 192 or 256 voices of polyphony at once, but there are cases when you can reach 64 or even 128 note limits, especially if you like to layer several sounds and create multi-track recordings.

As a piano player who is looking to dabble in digital music production, I wanted a keyboard that maintained a hammer action weighted key feeling as I absolutely dislike the plasticky mushy synth style keyboards and MIDI controllers. First of all, many of today’s digital pianos use stereo samples, which sometimes require two or even more notes for each key played. The new FP-10 actually has a lot in common with its older brother – in particular, the high-quality piano sound and hammer action.At the heart of the FP-10 is Roland’s famous SuperNATURAL sound engine, which you’ll find in pretty much all Roland digital pianos these days. Plus, with Bluetooth and MIDI connectivity, you can connect with a world of Digital Audio Workstations (DAW) and apps ranging from Apple GarageBand to Roland’s Piano Partner 2. So you can connect your iPad, for example, select the sheet music for a song you want to learn, prop the iPad on the music rest and away you go. Although the Roland FP-10 is primarily designed for beginners to start playing right out of the box, more experienced players will also benefit from its qualities and can make adjustments to tailor the FP-10 to their individual preferences.

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