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Musikmesse 2011: Roland Launches FP-4F SuperNATURAL Digital Piano
Roland brings revolutionary SuperNATURAL piano technology to another piano in the popular FP range.
The FP series has marked a name for itself as fun to play pianos, with great sound, portability and style, but still highly affordable.
The FP-4F is unique for an entry level instrument, providing Roland's expressive SuperNATURAL Piano sound engine with and Ivory Feel-G keyboard among many other useful features.
Delivering seamless variations from pianissimo to fortissimo, the SuperNATURAL sound engine is an acclaimed sound source, giving notes that naturally fade without looping and a three-dimensional sound.
The Ivory Feel-G keyboard with Escapement is all new, providing the feel of a grand piano, with superior touch and natural response.
The keys have been developed to look and feel like real ivory, and even promise excellent moisture absorbency.
On board is Session Partner, providing automatic accompaniments in a number of styles, featuring chords, bass and drums.
A USB port allows musicians to play alongside their favourite music files stored on USB flash, while CD song playback is possible with the optional CD-01A Drive.
With Roland's unique Centre Cancel function, players can lower the volume of vocals and melodies to allow for playing along to favourite tracks to a new level.
The FP-4F's sounds and features are incredibly easy to find through intuitive front panel display buttons.Posted on 6 Apr 2011 09:00 to category : Instruments News
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