With advantages in technology and designing, today piano manufacturers are trying to come up with new-age pianos which have a much better sound quality and are also easier to use, store and maintain. Thus original makers of acoustic pianos are using their expertise and knowledge to incorporate them in digital pianos thereby producing much more authentic sounds. Kawai Pianos in Sydney is one such fine example wherein the manufacturers have utilised over 90years of acoustic experience to come up with this digital product.
These new age digital pianos emulate the traditional acoustics in every way possible, from using wooden keys, good quality soundboards, wooden carpentry, to offering greater speed, much better control over the musical notes and tone versatility which had been previously lacking in the digital pianos made previously.
There has also been a definite improvement in both the way individual sounds are today recorded from the acoustic grand pianos and also in the way they are replayed. Technologies like the USB digital audio or the harmonic imaging technology used to mirror sound effects in an almost exact manner, the soundboard speaker systems etc., and have all contributed to almost removing all complaints regarding the sound and tonal quality of a digital piano. Today they are able to produce almost the same resonance, warmth and authenticity in individual key sounds making it a delight to hear someone play the digital piano today.
The incorporation of the harmony of the action components associated with the pressing of the black and white keys to the production of individual sounds which tend to flow from one to another when playing a piece is perhaps the factor which makes Kawai Pianos in Sydney, a huge success. The ability to translate the intricate movements of the acoustic so that the subtleties remain intact is perhaps the greatest achievement of the new age digital pianos.