This digital piano has some very clever controls technology connections

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This digital piano has some very clever controls

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आप हमारी वेबसाइट पर केवल ऑनलाइन पैसे कमाने के तरीकों के बारे में सबसे पूर्ण और विस्तृत जानकारी देख सकते हैं: यहाँ और देखें
आप हमारी वेबसाइट पर केवल ऑनलाइन पैसे कमाने के तरीकों के बारे में सबसे पूर्ण और विस्तृत जानकारी देख सकते हैं: यहाँ और देखें

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43 comments

limtbk 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

1:28 Lord Winheteiro school 🙂

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Bassquake 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

1:20 Inspired by Sparks or Kraftwerk? 🤔

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TheToillMainn 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

The whole "fuck you attitude" and amount of jokes in this video is amazing. By far one of your funniest videos and still as informative as always.

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Simon Wright 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

9:55 TIMBER!!!! (Hi, @Tantacrul ❤️)

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Locane256 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

Ok fine 5:40 earned you a thumbs up

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Alastair Douglas 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

He pulls the same faces I do!

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Ennar 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

The first time I encountered this sort of keyboard interface was on a Yamaha PS-200. To select either of the three Demo songs, hold down one of the rightmost three white keys, and press the demo button.

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Locane256 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

Ok admit it you just wanted to show us you can play piano

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Insane Troll 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

All pianos are digital because you operate them with your digits.

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panzerveps 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

You spent years learning to play the piano, so you could show off in this video… "No effort" lol

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MrDuncl 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

LGR – I need more knobs
8 Bit Keys – I'm not paying more than $1 a button
Technology Connections – One button is enough for me

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shangyien 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

Fascinating episode, Alex! "The key pushes a mallet into the strings" doesn't adequately describe how clever the acoustic piano is. To be more precise, the hammer is thrown by the action into the key by pushing, letting go before the hammer strikes the string and then catching the hammer after it bounces. The hammer is then held until the key is released. If that's not clever enough, the whole operation works whether the key is struck with any of a range of forces and the operation of the damper is synchronised with it. As for the similarity of sound in acoustic and electronic pianos, the limiting factor is the electronic loudspeaker which I don't think will ever sound indistinguishable from a wooden soundboard in my lifetime. But that's not a reason to stop trying.

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Rime Pendragon 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

5:42 Nice.

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Tal Solomon 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

Alec's "no effort November", is better than most channel's full effort December

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vadim negru 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

Сделано в Индонезии

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Dee O' Mayall 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE do a series on keyboards! Different keybeds, types of synthesis, what you like and dislike, all the smarts of modern sampling. Even a good breakdown of digital hammer action would be a stunning video. Someone with your science and engineering background doing digital musical instruments? NEXT LEVEL.

(isn't "timbre" pronounced "tum-brah"? Quick before Tantacrul gets you and plasters pictures of wood logs all over your video!)

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Jonatan Romanowski 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

Dude keep 'em coming 🤘

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Youtube Account 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

My favorite feature on some digital pianos is the key resonance. If you play a real piano, some of the vibrations from the strings will come back through the keyboard so you can feel the sound in the keys themselves. Some keyboards have a second set of speakers underneath the keys so you can feel the sound.

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d 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

What do you think of the Steinway Spiro?

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konkonkon 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

Gosh, make more music related videos please

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Olivier L 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

Wait, I have never heard of such a function for the middle pedal. In my experience:
Left: bring the "hammers" closer to the strings (making them a bit quieter)
Middle: puts a piece of cloth between the hammers and the strings (making them much quieter, also the pedal is lockable in place)
Right: raises all the dampers

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Robert F aka Bo_Diddly 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

If you got that excited about a Digital Piano, I can't wait to hear what you have to say about Midi Digital Pianos…lol!
FYI, I have an Alesis Concert ~ 88 key Semi-weighted keys.

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Travis Beck 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

I loved the video since I’m a pianist. The only nitpicky thing was the pronunciation of Timbre so be “Tamber”.

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Stereo Sensation 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

Excellent !

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Dmitriy Prokopiev 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

7:35
Why does your piano has a Russian market sticker? How did you get it in US?
BTW, great video!

Gretings from Russia.

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Stefano Crespi 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

Nice socks

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Compuserve 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

Awesome episode. Tuddles.

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Dave Alan Caruana 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

Seems you've been watching Vinheteiro 🙂

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Kevin M 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

So disappointed that Grand Piano button doesn't have Viv Stanshall announcing it when pressed.

Great video as always thanks. Looking forward to witty accompanying piano music for future videos a la Tim Traveller.

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dfgdfg 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

That face at the start 🤣

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Kehtle 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

Somehow I'm not surprised he plays piano

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alarmingly good games 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

I am dislike button

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Jonny Burke's got this covered 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

Another fascinating video. Also, great playing. If you every want a voice to go over your playing let me know!

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Toby Fairchild 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

Great vid. Btw, timbre is pronounced “tamber”

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Gergely Kosztolányi 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

My Casio (Privia PX-160) has very similar controls, but instead of a voice feedback the functions are printed on the piano itself.

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Merton Hale 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

My first job after college was selling electronic components, like transistors. I don’t remember how, but I ended up calling on a small little company that was making some of the very first electronic pianos. They were a great customer because the technical requirements they had for the transistors they bought were very easy for us to meet. What was the company? MOOG!

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Mal H 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

"gross" – lol I agree.

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aft 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

i think some may have microphones in them to "pick up " the sound in the room so as to automatically adjust the sound quality to the desired tone (i think this would be a higher end machine)

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nakrugt 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

And all I was thinking of was that we have the similar socks 🙃🙃

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Sir Richard the Easily Startled 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

That's the first time I've seen an interface like that. I don't play piano, but all models I've seen (music stores, friends' house) had a few buttons/dials and a cheap LCD display, like any run-of-the-mill keyboard or synthesizer. This looks a bit cumbersome tbh.

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Barrett Kepler 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

Ожидание медиаданных…

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Stephen Richie 21/11/2021 - 5:41 Chiều

Love Scott Joplin. My fave is Chrysanthemum.

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