Enables dynamic playing by differing sound intensity and sound properties in response to the keystroke. A light, slow stroke sounds soft and gentle, while a hard stroke sounds loud and powerful.
Breaks a compressed chord or separate notes into certain patterns and repeats these. A short, continuous and repetitive series of notes is created.
Audio recording function
The audio recording function enables users to record in professional CD quality onto a USB storage medium or SD card (depending on the instrument). The recording can be burned onto CD or played back on every common medium.
Input for connecting an audio source such as a CD or MP3 player, via a stereo (mini-headphone plug). The audio source will be audible through the instrument’s speakers, allowing you to play along.
Digital effect used to double the timbre, making the sound more vibrant, broader and much livelier. This effect is used for digital piano or organ timbres in particular.
Delay is an echo-like effect that gives the timbre more depth and three-dimensionality.
Key-Off Velocity measures the force of key release to produce specific tone decay for certain sounds.
This function layers two timbres, such as soft piano sounds combined with bowed string instruments, perfectly suited for ballads as well as slow and romantic songs.
Input for connecting a dynamic microphone.
Wheel (seamless) used to spontaneously apply a certain effect, such as vibrato, to a sound.
Helps when playing well-known songs by allowing the musician to preset elements such as tempo, rhythm and timbre.
This setting shifts the octaves on the keyboard to the more comfortable middle zone when playing pieces of music that require users to play on the very low or high zones of the keyboard.
Digital effect that adds reverberation to the timbre.
Option to divide the keyboard into two zones playing differing timbres, e.g. bass with your left hand and piano or vibraphone with your right hand when playing jazz or swing pieces.
The transpose function shifts the scale on the keyboard by semitones, for instance so that an F would be played on the C key.
USB port (storage medium)
Port used to connect standard USB storage media to your instrument to transfer data to/from your instrument.
2x 20-watt speaker system
128-note polyphony (max.)
5.3-inch LCD touch panel (colour)
Master effects: 4-band EQ
61 standard keys