All Entries in the "Learning Piano" Category

By: Piano Keyboard Reviews  09-12-2011

Have you retired from your work and are now finding your time in the retirement home quite boring? If yes, it’s time you make some quality use of your time and do things that you always wanted to do like taking up some easy piano lessons.

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Dan's Music Category

I thought of all the people in anguish, suffering and impoverished by the war in the Middle East and it inspired me to write this song. In fact I composed, arranged, recorded and mixed this song in a couple of days.


All Entries in the "Korg Keyboards" Category

It is hailed as the culmination of the Korg technology as it encompasses physical modeling, sample playback, DSP effects, MIDI sequencing and multitrack audio, KARMA control and everything you can dream of in a music production studio. Korg OASYS is the most ambitious synthesizer workstation unveiled by Korg until date.


Featured Category

Some time ago I did a review of the DGX 620 keyboard, which in some respects has similar features to the newly created DGX 640. As with many other digital pianos the Yamaha DGX 640 features a graded hammer action.


All Entries in the "Casio" Category

The Casio AP220 Celviano digital piano Based upon an update to Casio’s well regarded digital piano line, the AP-220 Celviano resonates with rich notes and an impressive sound quality. A quality digital model, the realistic 88 key, weighted hammer keyboard delivers impressive performance and captures the best that standard upright pianos have to.


Kurzweil Category

It features coupling sample based synthesis with virtual analogue synthesis and an unlimited track sequencer with 960 PPQ resolutions. The PC631 employs Kurzweil’s innovative chip technology, which helps the 61 note PC361 deliver 128 voices with amazing. Kurzweil PC361 is based on the latest version of V.A.S.T and appears to be a standard workstation template.


General Category

Music can serve as an invisible partner, urging you, motivating you, supporting you to take that next. Listening to your favorite song can make you walk faster without even realizing you are doing it. Ever notice that you drive faster when you are listening to a song you love. The same is true of exercise.