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88-Key MIDI Keyboard from Fatar / Studiologic belonging to the Numa series.

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An integrated stage piano and master keyboard controller, the Numa Piano features the so-called “Fatar TP/100 Premium Weighted Hammer Action.” The Numa Piano offers Grand Piano, Electric Piano, Clavinet, Pad, Organ, and Upright Bass sounds. Utilizing Studiologic’s TrS True Sound stereo multi-sampled technology and applied with an “advanced floating point digital processing system,” the Numa Piano sounds were designed to have a “warm and pure analog quality,” according to Studiologic.

 

The Numa Piano weighs in at 22lbs. The Fatar weighted hammer action keyboard can be customized to the musician’s playing style by pressing the “Fatar Touch” button on the front panel. The Fatar Touch technology is designed to sample the player’s velocity styles and stores them in 10 different Velocity Curves for use while performing with the Numa Piano. Studiologic also provides 3 commonly used Velocity Curves.

 

Additional features include splits and layers along with 128-voice polyphony. Built-in effects units are designed to refine the sound with chorus, phaser, rotary, tremolo and 3 different reverb algorithms assignable to each of the layers and splits. Bass and Treble controls are available to tailor the master output signal.

 

32 factory presets and a real time Demo is provided, and 64 user presets are available to store user created sounds. Transpose, octave shift, master tune, velocity, and expression control features are included as well as an integrated music stand and Studiologic VFP1-10 Sustain Pedal.

 

For more information, visit www.studiologic.net.

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