Geoff Peters gpeters.com gives a demo of the Yamaha P-35 Digital Piano.
Song: “Voyage” by Kenny Barron.
Demo and performance by: Geoff Peters gpeters.com
Please note that this is intended as a demo of the piano and is not a polished performance. There are lots of mistakes For higher quality performances by the pianist, please visit his website at gpeters.com
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Model demoed: Yamaha Digital Piano P-35B
YAMAHA P35 88-key Graded Hammer-action Stage Piano With Speakers
AWM (Advanced Wave Memory) sampling uses digital technology to record an instrument’s sound. It then applies a high-quality digital filter to the recorded audio samples. AWM Stereo Sampling creates a deeper, richer and more spacious sound by using pairs of waveforms (L and R) captured with two microphones.
Graded Hammer Keyboard
Just as on a traditional acoustic piano, the keys of the lower notes have a heavier touch while the higher ones are more responsive to lighter playing. The keyboard’s sensitivity can even be adjusted to match your playing style. This Graded Hammer technology allows this lightweight instrument to provide an authentic touch.
Compact, light weight
Like other P-series digital pianos, the P-35 has a slim, contemporary and compact design.
This allows for both easier storage and portability in a wide range of applications.
Easy to use interface
P-35’s interface is really simple. The “Grand Piano” button is easy to find on the front panel and instantly returns the P-35 to the best acoustic piano Voice.
This demo was recorded using stereo input into a Roland Octa-Capture in 24 bit 48khz. The audio signal was normalized using Sonar X1 LE. No other effects or processing were done in post. The reverb in the recording is the optional reverb setting that is controllable from the piano itself.
For greater dynamic range and expressiveness in this recording, the piano’s “Touch Sensitivity” feature was set to C3 – “Touch Sensitivity Hard” – please see page 10 of the P-35 Owner’s Manual to change this setting. I find this setting allows me to express myself with the piano better, similar to my old Yamaha P90 Stage Piano that I used for many years.
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