It is difficult to trs Submitted Yamaha VP1 correctly because it is extremely rare. To my knowledge, three MODELS t have sold, one at the store MusicStore of Cologne, the other in a nursing study noise, Isogawa in Japan, troisime in a research center on the robotics (?!), Nara, Japan, too, the price of around 30,000. This is not the very first time that manufacturers take the initiative to CRER instruments that will not sell or little. It is both a platform for them to research and a technology showcase (with for example the Korg Oasys, the Yamaha DX1 or dernirement Vocaloid, software synthse Voice Yamaha). Physically, it looks like it is supposed to be it - say a big Polyphonic ERRF of VL1. It is quite fascinating, because it was close to a trs mainstream commercial adaptation. But given the reception at VL1 Reserved, Yamaha DEFINITIONS threw the sponge.
The Yamaha uses synthse F / VA (Free Oscillating Virtual Acoustic), it is - an approach that adapts to physical MODELS strings (the opposite of synthse S / VA, more adapted to the wind). The models still low on the waveguide, it has a driver Systm imitating a strike on a rope (similar to the finger or mdiator attacking the string) and string behavior of the same rope. To produce a sound, the Yamaha VP1 calculates the force applied by the action of the rope. This calculation takes into account the rigidity Material-typing, the Manir to attack the string, etc.. The quality of sound put dpend various Properties of the string is - ie length, width, flexibility.
Yamaha, Korg and Technics are the first manufacturers attempting OF USE synthse by the technique of physical MODELS. Their business is stratgies diffrent, and dmarches distinct. We must all prciser synthtiseurs by using synthse employ physical MODELS The models exclusively waveguide. If manufacturers adopt this synthse giving different names trs (S / VA, MOSS, Acoustic Modelling) it is indeed always the same technique.
Whereas when all that is missing these synthtiseurs, physical The models seem to be a nice place on the market.