If you happen to be in the market for a digital piano and are on a budget, then you might want to consider checking out the Williams Symphony Grand piano. Because, Williams has done a good job of redefining affordable elegance with their best-in-class Symphony Grand digital piano.
This micro-grand style, 88-key, graded hammer-action digital piano offers a nice, realistic sound and feel, complemented by your choice of either a luxurious Red Mahogany or an Ebony gloss finish. The newly designed piano keybed also provides an authentic response and playability.
The Williams Custom Sound Library that the Symphony Grand uses is designed around a big collection of high-resolution instruments taken from a famed Italian grand piano sound recording, as well as vintage electric pianos and organs. There are a total of 174 voices, including 128 General MIDI sounds and 46 from Williams’ high-definition Custom Sound Library.
The Williams Symphony Grand also offers realistic piano effects, such as adjustable pedal noise, key noise and a sustain layer that reproduces sympathetic resonance; plus, the Mod/FX feature gives you authentic rotary effects on organs and vibrato on electric pianos. There are 120 Styles in various genres for realtime playback, along with intros, fills, variations and endings for interactive performance.
When it comes to features and compatibility, the Williams Symphony Grand comes through with flying colors. Not only does the Symphony Grand support standard USB MIDI and Audio, but it also includes Bluetooth bi-directional MIDI connectivity computers and tablets — no need for costly cables and adapters. Just pair it up with your MIDI supported device and you’re ready to go.
Also included is a USB Host port that plays MIDI files from a USB thumb-drive. Additional features include split/layer, transpose, four-track recorder, metronome, headphone and stereo out jacks. A stylish matching piano bench is also included. Be sure to watch the videos below as well.
Go to http://williamspianos.com/williams-symphony-grand/ for more info.
Greetings to Everyone and A Big Welcome to Infinity Music Studio! My name is Suzanne Brittania. I have been teaching piano and voice lessons for over 40 plus years. It is my hope that you will find all the following information, along with the music videos listed within my blog, to be very interesting, helpful and inspiring all throughout your own musical journey.
The videos listed below are of famous opera stars (that I performed with extensively all throughout my earlier musical career) especially during the 1950's and 60's.
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