I like bright piano sounds, so that might be why I like the speakers. Forums and discussion of recording, guitar, bass, keyboard. The P515 happens to be equipped with a pretty advanced tone engine, with 256 maximum note polyphony. Not sure how well it works with ASIO4ALL - I just use the proper driver. It comes with one sad pedal which is on-off. And again, it is beautifully constructed and the keys beautifully balanced. Is the output-velocity limited to about 100 - 105 in the Yamaha P515 factory-default? My Kawai MP 11 has a more proper piano action and fuller sound . With the lights out, it’s less dangerous; go ahead now, entertain us; AG N2 | ES 110 | REFACE CP | GK MK & MP amps, Powered by UBB.threads™ PHP Forum Software 7.7.5. Instead I use the P515 as a Pianoteq controller so the internal sounds are not all that important to me. The P515 is a great piano just different in some ways than my Kawai ,which is my favorite and the Roland which you have to work at harder to get a more detailed sound ,but you will get a nicer sound from the Roland when you do , just my opinion . I love the sound with headphones (Sony MDR V6) but really hated the sound from the internal speakers. I have recorded demo .MP3 with my latest velocity curve settings this evening. Does anyone know if the P515 can act as a USB audio interface, so that we could connect a computer with Pianoteque directly? Still not spent as much time as I need to with my new board to give much of an opinion, except that early impressions are extremely positive. When using the default curve in conjunction with Pianoteq's custom velocity curve creator, the results indicate the need for what is called an 'Enhance' curve which is what I create within Cantabile's velocity curve filter. Chris,  for somebody who's just interested in playing, is there any reason to add Cantabile to the mix? I love the Bluthner and the Bechstein and the Steinway B (in that order). The P 515 is the latest baby in Yamaha’s P-series. It's wonderful. I mean, is it heavy enough to not "shake" while playing ? The annoying ringing from Bb octave below top upwards has gone! Many, many sounds including a load of XG sounds to boot. Yay! I never find the lower registers of any digital piano to soundthat great. I even read on one Forum about a guy who owned a Yamaha CSP170(£2,500+) and had to purchase a seperate active subwoofer to get that depth I referred to. This is definitely the best board I have ever owned. I also like the Steingraeber a lot. Close. I play mostly with headphones (nobody should have to listen to practising) but I like to play 'out loud' at least a bit each day. I'm playing a lot with the various presets. Can you explain what you mean by 'bright' ? And the ES110 piano is somehow more natural to my ears, especially its "Studio Grand 2" for trumpet-like single-note jazz blowing, it has a flowing piano tone without that over emphasized initial attack. Probably, the Clp 600 series(above 635) now supports it. The on-board sound is nothing great (through my sennheiser headphones). (not hitting the keys insanely). You could stack dozens of curves, but the same result can always be achieved with one single Pianoteq remapping and the instruments factory default touch response. Your student won't regret using the P515. I have no idea what I'm doing but it's a lot of fun. I'm very close to satisfied with the internal sound, but continuing to play with the Pianoteq demo to see if I can improve things even more. Actually I use one large enhance curve and another smaller one in conjunction which helps to 'line up' the velocities. It's strange reading when one person desribes same NWX action as light and fast, the other person as sluggish and heavy. If there is any eq it would be in the function setting , it has some type of standard eq which you can turn on and off but when I looked I could not find a real eq section , to take away the brightness I have to lower the lid which in turn takes away some of depth of the sound , not sure if a mixer would help , wished they would of added regular eq . Hi Guys,I own a Roland RD2000 which for me is great (so easy when using Pianoteq and Ravenscroft 275). play two c's an octave apart on the lower section of the keyboard and most digital piano'srarely have that depth I hope to hear. Have set it all up and intend to put it through it's paces soon. I've been getting great results. Have you just said it’s good enough for jazz and gospel? I played on the FP90 for 10 minutes and decided against it (sound). I didn't bother to try it with pianoteq. I really like the ebony and ivory simulation (and of course, the wooden embedded white keys) on this board. For me, the sound is best with earphones but still quite good with the new studio monitors. Hmm, you stacked 3 curves/remappings (Yamaha's unknown "Soft 1" curve, Cantabile's S-shaped curve and a homeopathic "expander curve"). Best Price Click Here . Personally I'm delighted with it. That's serious hi-fi you got there. I use an Arcam A19 amp powering a stereo pair of Kef LS50's. I had the same experience and feelings about it as MMM above. Seemed steady to me. With my RD2000, I use a pair of Q.Acoustic Concept 20's on stands pointing directly at the playing position Interesting, your description matches qualitatively my old Kawai. At least try a side by side if in the market for a new slab. Everything else sounds the same as years ago.

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