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Monday, 21 January 2019
Three Differences of Acoustic and Digital Steinway Model M Pianos?
Topic: shopping
Whether you should buy a Steinway Model M acoustic or digital piano? Which one is better than its counterpart? If you’re wondering which one you should go for, it is vital for you to determine the purpose of owning the piano. While traditionally designed acoustic pianos, categorized as grand and vertical are most preferred to professionals, the pioneering range of digital pianos ( ) has proved to be increasingly popular among music composers to students nowadays. By analyzing their features side by side, we can find many differences among them enabling the users to decide which one would be ideal fit for them. Out of a number of differences, three are stated below:


When differencing among two approaches of piano designing, essentially the foremost factor that comes in mind is, what about the sound quality. None can deny that Steinway Model M acoustic grand or upright piano produces a superior class of resonance compared to digital ones due to its traditional mechanism. You might be aware that the sound of an acoustic piano is produced as its hammer hits a string. With a number of strings, the function offers a depth of toning which is the key resource of an acoustic piano that enables its players to have super control over their expression on various musical notes. On the contrary, digital piano offers a copied sound of the acoustic piano. On pressing any key, the electronic speaker of the digital piano simply plays back the sound that has been recorded earlier from acoustic pianos.


Whereas Steinway Model M digital piano might be deficient in terms of producing sound, being digitally crafted, they’re found more versatile to users of modern century.

The range of sounds- Equipped with a digital piano, your kid can effectively produce the sound of almost all instruments used in the music world including choir. More importantly, with the ability to produce wide-ranging musical sounds, it enables you to play on drums and transform the keyboard to play as a band.

Recording Ease- One of the most appealing features of digital piano that makes it highly useful to music composers or songwriters is its recording facility port. The port allows users in recording and storing anything that you play in its digital file. Depending on your necessity, as you can retrieve them, let your teacher listen to them and help you rectify your mistakes, while the recorded sections can be wonderfully manipulated with software for composing music.

Volume controller- Steinway Model M digital piano is available with volume control knob that helps learners to practice on their pianos anytime or anywhere without making a disturbance to others.

Handiness- The simplicity of the mechanism of digital piano makes it smaller, compact, as well as portable than any acoustic big grand or even compact vertical piano.

Touch Sensitivity

The feel of playing on the keyword of an acoustic piano differs a lot from that of a digital one ( ). The cause is the heaviness of the keys which makes it vital for players to strike on them, while a gentle touch is just enough for a digital piano to produce a sound. In fact, the touch sensitiveness of acoustic piano determines what kind of strength or movements of fingers are required to produce sounds of various depths. Thus by moving fingers differently on the same keys, a number of sounds and tones can be created out of a grand or upright piano of acoustic series. As a digital piano can produce an infinite number of instrumental sounds, by playing differently on the same keys, you cannot bring any change in resonance which is a major specialty of acoustic models.

Posted by brucem231 at 5:52 AM EST

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