A new digital piano for digital composers
The Digital Piano is a new instrument for digital artists and producers, with a digital keyboard and drumstick, to help them achieve the sound they love.
The new instrument, developed by Finnish studio Gorgon, is a hybrid of the traditional keyboard and the traditional drumstick.
This hybrid is perfect for the modern artist or producer, and will be available for purchase on November 6.
Gorgon’s Digital Piano, with digital keyboardThe Digital Piano was designed by digital piano maker Gorgont’s partner, Tobias Günther, to create an instrument for producers, who use their hands to compose digital music.
The Digital piano, developed in partnership with the Swedish digital piano company Vibrato, offers a flexible sound, which is a bit more flexible than a traditional piano.
“We wanted a instrument that was flexible, but not too flexible,” says Tobias Gürnther.
“You can get into all sorts of musical styles, but there’s no right way to play the piano, and we wanted something that is really versatile.”
The Digital Keyboard has a high-end, analogue feel.
“The keypad on the back is a tactile mechanical keyboard,” says Gorg.
“When you play it, the sound is very soft.
It’s like you’re playing a piano.”
Gorgons digital piano will come with two digital drums, two analogue pads and two pedals.
The digital piano also has three different soundtracks, and a “digital-digital-live” mode for live performances.
The D.P. is available in three different models, each with a different sound and price.
The Gorgons D. Piano will be released in November for €999.
The Digital KeyboardGorgont partnered with Vibratos in order to create the Digital Piano.
“They’re the biggest studio in the world, so they were very helpful,” says Andreas Gürn, Gorg’s digital piano partner.
“I’ve been working with them for a long time, so it was a natural collaboration.
I was very happy to work with them.”
The digital piano comes with a unique digital keyboard, which the studio is calling “The Digital”.
The digital keyboard allows users to play digital piano music, but with the digital piano.
This makes it a perfect choice for digital producers.
“The keyboard makes the sound very soft and natural,” explains Gürng.
“But it’s not a standard digital piano, because the sound comes from a real analogue source.
It is a digital piano.”
The Digital piano also comes with an extra pedal for the digital performer.
This pedal gives users more control over the digital sound, and lets them control how much noise is present in the sound.
The digital pianos pedals are designed with the artist in mind.
“It’s very flexible,” explains Tobias Gönther of the Digital piano.
The pedal can be used for live performance or to make tracks for live productions.
“It’s a real hybrid between the traditional and the digital pianas, so we wanted to have a good choice of instruments,” he says.
The keyboard and digital drumstick are two of the two main features of the digital instrument.
The keys are very large, and the sticks are small, and it has a traditional keyboard.
Tobias Görnther says that the Digital Keyboard and the Digital Drumstick are very flexible, and can be very expressive.
“All of the soundtracks can be created by using the pedals, which are really good, so there are so many options.”
The D-P is a high end, analogue instrument, with analogue controls.
“If you want to make a track with the D-Pad, it is a very good way to do that,” says Marcus Gürnen, Tobias’ digital pianist partner.
The piano is currently available for €1,999, and comes with three different sounds, two of which are available for sale.
The piano is available for pre-order from Gorgones online store on November 11.
The studio is also working on a digital bass.
“One of our goals with the Digital pianos is to bring a real analog piano sound to the digital world,” says Filippo Gortazzi, TobiasGörntheimer’s digital bass partner.
“We’re working on an analogue bass, and then we’re also working to make digital pianists more accessible to people who might not be able to afford a traditional instrument.”
Digital PianoDesignThe digital instruments development is being led by Tobias Gorg, who is a professional piano teacher, musician and producer.
He says that a digital pianis sound is “very different” to that of traditional pianos.
“In traditional pianas the sound starts out very clear, but it goes a bit mushy and mushy, and you can’t make it sound natural,” he explains.
“With a digital instrument, the first sound is so different, you can really play the whole thing, and there’s a lot of room to explore.”G