GEM presents their GRP 910, a digital Realpiano grand.
According to GEM, the GRP910 is a combination of natural sound, elegant design
and exclusive processing technology, allowing the best performance in
any setting or musical genre.
Sounds and DRAKE technology
They have created a database of PCM samples. The real
time physical modelling created by the DRAKE technology is designed to reproduce
the classic electro-mechanical instruments such as the Rhodes TM, Wurlitzer TM and Clavinet TM.
The acoustic piano sounds incorporate the advanced GEM physical
modelling algorithms: Damper Physical Model, Natural String Resonance,
Advanced Release Technology and FADE (Filter Algorithm Dynamic
Emulation). This exclusive GEM technology is designed to authentically reproduce the natural sound of a real acoustic piano.
The sound of the GRP910 has a wooden keyboard that is designed to reproduce the sensation of playing an acoustic
Sequencer and music library
The GRP910 includes a sequencer (2 tracks, 20,000 events) that allows
interaction with your own performances. The internal music library
includes 50 of the most famous piano pieces; it is possible to play the
right and left hand parts independently whilst following the score that
comes with the GRP910.
Cabinet and audio system
It has an internal amplification system (40w + 40w)
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