Digital pianos have weighted, standard-size keys just like a piano. You also get a good sound definition when you press down the key. If you play a key more forcefully, you get a louder tone. Softly pressing a key gives you a pianissimo sound. These weighted keys are just like those on an acoustic piano. Many digital pianos allow you to record songs as you play. You can listen to your playbacks and discover trouble spots in your piece. You may even have other instruments loaded into your keys for a second voice. Digital pianos don’t require tuning like acoustic pianos. Still, they have a natural sound because most digital pianos use recordings of each key from grand pianos. Digital pianos should not go out of tune as long as they stay well-maintained. If you notice your keys are sounding off, it may be a technical difficulty or an inadequate power supply.
This piano has been designed with beginners in mind, which means that it comes loaded with handy features that will help you to quickly improve your piano playing. Lesson Mode is an innovative program that will help you learn the right keys. If you’re looking for a complete package, including an excellent 61-key piano, to begin your journey as a pianist, then this product from Alessi has to be considered.