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🛒 See More Roland Digital Pianos HERE ▸ 🤍 💕 Subscribe to Merriam Pianos HERE ▸ 🤍 🔔 Click the 🔔 bell to be notified of all videos! ▸ 🤍 #RolandFPE50 #PianoTutorial #AccompanimentFeatures In this comprehensive tutorial, we delve into the piano accompaniment features of the Roland FP-E50. We provide a step-by-step guide, detailing how to maximize these features to enhance your piano-playing skills. Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned musician, this tutorial has something for everyone. You'll learn how to utilize the Roland FP-E50's piano accompaniment features to their full potential, improving your overall musicianship. So join us as we unravel the magic of the Roland FP-E50, and take a significant step towards unleashing your musical potential. Remember, every great musician was once a beginner. Start your journey with us today! Connect with Merriam Music: ● Website ▸ 🤍 ● Contact Us ▸ 🤍 ● Instagram ▸ 🤍 ● Facebook ▸ 🤍 ● Twitter ▸ 🤍
Whether choosing the first piano for your home or taking the next step in your piano-playing journey, the FP-E50 portable digital piano is loaded with exceptional sounds and features to fuel your passion. Pianists will feel at home behind acoustic-quality keys and enjoy the expressive ZEN-Core engine including SuperNATURAL piano, electric piano, organ, string, and synth tones. Dive into any genre thanks to a wide range of expandable Roland Cloud sounds. And digital tech like Bluetooth and interactive mode will amplify your practice and performance. In this video, we’ll walk through the sounds and features that make the FP-E50 the ideal portable piano for learning, performing, and writing music. 0:00 - Intro 0:29 - Weighted Piano Action 0:45 - Piano Tone 1:20 - ZEN-Core Technology 1:45 - Layering Tones 2:13 - Accompaniment 2:49 - Variations 3:39 - Interactive Mode 5:01 - Wheel Mode 6:08 - Mic FX 6:51 - Volume Sliders 6:58 - Chord Sequencer 8:08 - Scenes 8:13 - Recording 8:39 - Summary The expressive piano sound inside the FP-E50 responds to the subtle playing nuances. Feel the difference of the 88 weighted-action ivory-feel keys under your hands. The ZEN-Core engine gives you decades of genre-defining tones at your fingertips. Expand your piano with Roland Cloud genre-specific Sound Packs or compose with instrument-specific Wave Expansions. You can even play with accompaniments composed by a collection of global composers. A sleek, minimal design means you don’t have to endlessly scroll through menu options to switch up your playing style. And the FP-E50 is light enough to move around your home or take with you for a change of scenery. Want the stability and look of a traditional piano? No problem, just add the KSFE50 stand and KPD-70-BK pedal board. If you’re a vocalist, microphone effects like the voice transformer and other high-quality vocal effects add flair to any performance. Practice songs while following preset chord progressions. Or choose interactive mode and the accompaniment will intelligently respond to your expressive performance. Plus, use Bluetooth to wirelessly stream your favorite songs or music lessons. To learn more about the FP-E50, please visit: 🤍 #roland #fpseries #fpe50
Shop Roland‘s do-it-all digital piano 👉 🤍 More videos like Roland FP-E50 88-key Arranger Keyboard Demo 👉 🤍 Roland‘s latest do-it-all digital piano is loaded with state-of-the-art technology, and its profile is perfect for apartments, small studios, and more! Sweetwater‘s Jacob Dupre gives a full tour of this expressive, 88-note, hammer-action keyboard. Of course, sound samples tell all, and the FP-E50 doesn’t disappoint! Dual SuperNATURAL and ZEN-Core sound engines deliver stunningly realistic pianos and other instruments with an extensive library of over 1,000 sounds. Plus, the FP-E50 comes loaded with a built-in speaker and Bluetooth audio for effortless practice. Check it out! After you watch, check out Sweetwater.com today for all your music instrument and pro audio needs! 👉 🤍 #Sweetwater #Roland #FPE50DigitalPiano 00:00 – Welcome! 00:37 – My favorite things about the Roland FP-E50 03:33 – Concert Grand Piano, Touch & Feel 05:17 – More Pianos 06:37 – Electric Pianos 08:02 – Strings 08:53 – Organs 10:57 – Synths 14:41 – Clav/Harpsichord 15:53 - Other 21:00 – Lead Guitar (I have a story about this) 22:01 – Bass 23:54 – Even MORE sounds 24:40 – World instruments 25:00 – Orchestral/Band 27:21 – Choir 27:58 – MORE synths! 28:57 – Accompaniments & Chord Progressions 31:56 – Features/Settings 33:41 – Record Function 34:01 – Thanks for watching!
Roland FP-10: 1:40 Roland FP-30: 3:15 Roland FP-60: 4:18 Roland FP-90: 5:05 🛒 Get the Roland FP10 Digital Piano▸🤍 🛒 Get the Roland FP30 Digital Piano▸🤍 🛒 Get the Roland FP60 Digital Piano▸🤍 🛒 Get the Roland FP90 Digital Piano▸🤍 🍁For Canadian Customers Click Here for the Roland FP-10▸🤍 🍁For Canadian Customers Click Here for the Roland FP-30▸🤍 🍁For Canadian Customers Click Here for the Roland FP-60▸🤍 🍁For Canadian Customers Click Here for the Roland FP-90▸🤍 💕Subscribe to Merriam Pianos HERE ▸ 🤍 🔔Click the 🔔 bell to be notified of all videos! ▸ 🤍 Alternative Options - Comparable Digital Pianos 🛒 Yamaha P125▸🤍 🛒 Casio PX-160▸🤍 🛒 Roland 88 Note▸🤍 🛒 Casio PX-560▸🤍 🛒 Yamaha P45▸🤍 🛒 Casio PX-S1000▸🤍 🛒 Roland F140R▸🤍 🛒 Roland RP501▸🤍 🛒 Yamaha P515▸🤍 🛒 Kawai ES8▸🤍 🛒 Yamaha CP88▸🤍 🛒 Nord 6D▸🤍 #RolandDigitalPiano #Roland #RolandPianos Introduction: In this piano review video, Stu Harrison of Merriam Pianos guides us through an overview of Roland’s ultra-popular FP series of portable digital pianos, including the FP-10, FP-30, FP-60, and FP-90. These are the latest examples in Roland’s long standing FP line, and deliver top-in-class action, tone engine, and durability for all-in-one portable digital pianos. Tone Engines & Sound: All of the FP series uses the Supernatural Sound Engine as the basis for it’s tone generation, and although the polyphony steadily increases as you go from the Roland FP-10 to the FP-90, the same fundamental algorithms and architecture is there right from $600 and up. The one exception to this is of course the modelling tech that the FP90 also comes loaded with; that fancy feature delivers unlimited polyphony in piano mode, in addition to it’s Supernatural engine available on its other sounds at 388 polyphony. The FP10 and FP30 have traditional downward-facing speakers which are a little weak in bass response, but generally have well-balanced amps and speakers that prevent any gross distortion even at max volumes. The tone cuts through, and both instruments are very competent accompaniment instruments or jam partners, in addition to personal practice instruments or studio MIDI input controllers. The FP60 and FP90 have tweeters and mains, and bring far more watts to game day. The FP60 is extremely punchy in its tone to the point where you could play this in a small performance setting without an amp if you had to, and certainly a rehearsal without one, however the FP90 brings a substantial amplifier that gives this a full-spectrum sound. Action: The FP-10, FP-30, and FP-60 use Roland’s Triple-Sensing PHA-4 action, a proven and well-liked action that also shows up on the FP501, F140r, and several other models. It’s durable, quiet, and satisfying to play for contemporary music as well as introductory classical. The FP-90 uses an entirely different action, the PHA-50...an action with wood components and a slightly slower, heavier stroke and return to simulate a grand action more closely than the PHA-4. There is significant debate in the industry over which action is more ‘satisfying’... a wholly subjective discussion with no agreement - so our advice is to ensure you’ve tried both so that you find out which action’s mechanical nuances are better suited for your fingers and preferences. Other Features: The FP-10 and FP-30 are contained in super lightweight, lean and mean plastic shells which are durable, easy to operate, and highly portable. The FP-60 and FP-90 come in more substantial cases which are both deeper and thicker, to accommodate larger speaker boxes, larger amps and speakers, and a much more intricate control surface. Conclusions: If you’re a student, hobbyist player, or working professional, if you’re looking for a portable piano with built-in speakers, an FP model is a MUST-SEE before deciding on something. They are famously indestructible, easy to operate, flexible with Bluetooth midi, lightweight (except maybe the FP90), and offer a wide array of high-quality studio-grade sounds. Connect with Merriam Music: ● Website ▸ 🤍 ● Contact Us ▸ 🤍 ● Instagram ▸ 🤍 ● Facebook ▸ 🤍 ● Twitter ▸ 🤍
The Roland FP-E50 provides a premium piano experience but also a lot of modern functionality, including the addition of the Roland Zen-Core sound engine. This means this keyboard is full of sounds and has the potential for even more! | 🤍 » Roland FP-E50 Digital Portable Piano in Black | 🤍 » Check out all our Roland Pianos & Keys! | 🤍 » Check out all our Roland FP Series Digital Pianos! | 🤍 » Check out all our Roland Gear! | 🤍 » Check out all our Digital Pianos! | 🤍 » Check out all our Synths & Workstations! | 🤍 Always check the website for accurate and up-to-date pricing and product specifications! 🎥 If you live outside the UK check out this video on how to order from Andertons! » 🤍 🎁 Check out our awesome subscriber giveaway prizes that you could win! » 🤍 📱 Music Produced by the Maltese Falcon! Check Out his Instagram! » 🤍 ⏰ Timestamps ⏰ » 0:00 What We Are Doing Today! » 0:34 Let's Hear It! » 2:20 Jack's Initial Thoughts » 2:40 Features Overview » 3:15 Zen Core Sound Engine! » 3:33 Some Sounds! » 4:43 Pitch & Mod Wheels! » 4:58 More Sounds! » 6:58 Overview of More Features! » 8:12 Let's Try The Accompaniments » 11:40 Thanks For Watching! » 11:53 Kawaii Hip Hop & Jazz Scat? 📱 Why not give us a follow on our social channels? » Instagram | 🤍 » Facebook | 🤍 » Twitter | 🤍 🎸 Want To Jam Along? Check out our Backing Tracks! » 🤍 👕 Buy A T-Shirt 👕 | 🤍 You've watched the videos & seen the store, now join the Andertons Family with our exclusive, official merchandise! With free UK delivery on all orders containing only a T-Shirt, Hoodie or Jumper & super low international shipping costs, there is no better time to be an Andertons fan than now! Make sure to subscribe to Andertons TV for more great videos! Andertons Guitar & Bass YouTube Channel: 🤍 Andertons Synths, Keys & Tech YouTube Channel: 🤍 Andertons Drummers YouTube Channel: 🤍 Andertons Shopping Website: 🤍 #andertons #roland #piano
Unlock a world of playing possibilities with the FP-90X, Roland’s premium portable digital piano. Easily transportable without sacrificing quality, its full range system and acoustic grand feel make it a powerful and flexible choice for intimate live performances. Eight ready-to-play variations, ranging from concert to stage pianos, combined with PureAcoustic Ambience environments give you an almost infinite selection of sounds. But the features don’t stop there. Using Bluetooth audio, you can stream music from your phone or tablet through the piano’s sound system and play along with your favorite tunes. For a traditional upright experience, add a KSC-90 stand and KPD-90 three-pedal unit, or use the portable KS-20X stand and RPU-3 pedal unit when on the move for gigs. Simply put, you’ll never play a more expressive portable piano. In this video, Nick Poulios explores the features and functions of the premium FP-90X digital portable piano: 0:20 – Features of the FP-90X Keyboard 1:10 – Concert Piano (Tone Example) 1:31 – Stage Grand (Tone Example) 1:57 – Piano Designer 2:28 – 1976 Suitcase (Tone Example) 2:55 – Wurly 200 (Tone Example) 3:16 – Split and Dual Piano Mode 3:35 – Concert Piano/Soft Pad (Dual Tone Example) 4:07 – Combo Organ/Acoustic Bass + Ride (Split Tone Example) 4:22 – On-Board Speakers 4:40 – PureAcoustic Ambience 5:09 – Gospel Spin Organ (Tone Example) 5:32 – D-50 Fantasia (Tone Example) 5:50 – Bluetooth Connectivity 6:04 – Trancy Synth (Tone Example) 6:40 – Options for Stands and Pedal Boards 7:10 – Concert Mellow (Tone Example) For information on other FP Series portable digital pianos, visit roland.com: ➤ FP-X Series: 🤍 ➤ FP-90X: 🤍 ➤ FP-60X: 🤍 ➤ FP-30X: 🤍 ➤ FP-10: 🤍 Watch more FP-90X videos here: ➤ FP-90X Performance: 🤍 #roland #rolandpiano #fp90x #fpxseries
"Which keyboard should I buy?" "Which digital piano is best for me?" "What features are important when choosing my first instrument?" These are some of our most-asked questions and are very important ones when you're getting started (or looking to upgrade) on the piano. The best beginner keyboard will be different for each person there are lots of things to consider like sound quality, feel, playability, & polyphony. But don't worry! Your favorite cheery piano teacher Lisa Witt is here with keyboard-connoisseur 🤍MRTUNA to help out and show you a few of the best pianos for new players in 2023! Let's get to it! 🙌🙌🙌 We'll be comparing digital pianos from Yamaha, Roland, Casio, & Dexibell Try Pianote for free and get access to our practice function, featured coaches, and hundreds of lessons with our 7-day trial! 🤍 Chapters: 0:00 - Introduction 0:41 - What to look for when considering a keyboard 1:54 - Yamaha P-45 3:31 - Yamaha P-125 5:17 - Yamaha comparison specs 5:29 - Roland FP-10 7:45 - Roland FP-30X 10:03 - Roland comparison specs 10:13 - Casio PX-S1100 12:20 - Casio PX-S3100 14:37 - Casio comparison specs 14:46 - Dexibell Vivo H10 (dream piano) 16:42 - Vivo H10 specs 16:48 - Roland GO:PIANO (portable piano) 18:16 - GO:PIANO specs 18:23 - Lisa's favorite 19:20 - Truman's favorite 20:13 - Closing thoughts Deeper specs, prices, and accessories from our affiliates: Yamaha P-45 🤍 Yamaha P-125a 🤍 Roland FP-10 🤍 Roland FP-30X 🤍 Casio PX-S1100 🤍 Casio PX-S3100 🤍 Dexibell Vivo H10 🤍 Roland GO:PIANO 🤍 ►Facebook: 🤍 ►Instagram: 🤍 ►TikTok: 🤍 ► The Note Blog: 🤍 ABOUT LISA: Lisa Witt has been teaching piano for +20 years and in that time has helped hundreds of thousands of students learn to play the songs they love. Lisa received classical piano training through the Royal Conservatory of Music, but she has since embraced popular music and playing by ear in order to accompany herself and others. She is a songwriter and recording artist. Lisa’s contagious enthusiasm will have you excited to practice and return to the keys for your next lesson. Her teaching style focuses on you, making lessons encouraging and fun. Follow Lisa: ► Instagram: 🤍 ABOUT TRUMAN: Multi-instrumentalist, producer, and performer Truman Proudfoot is known in synth circles as the mysterious 🤍MRTUNA (an anagram for his first name, he's stuck with that moniker now). As a performing musician and self-proclaimed 'gear-nerd', Truman has earned a following across his channels in the tens of thousands all while never leaving the comfort of his converted-barn music studio. Be sure to check out his music and step into the futuristic world of synthesizers and drum machines. Follow Truman: ► Instagram: 🤍 *Some product listings may contain affiliate links. We may earn a small commission from the seller for any purchases made at no additional cost to the viewer.
🛒 Get the Roland FP-E50 HERE ▸ 🤍 🛒 See More Roland Digital Pianos HERE ▸ 🤍 💕 Subscribe to Merriam Pianos HERE ▸ 🤍 🔔 Click the 🔔 bell to be notified of all videos! ▸ 🤍 #RolandFP-E50 #DigitalPiano #RolandCloud 0:00 - Video Introduction on the Roland FP-E50 0:22 - Opening Playing Demo on the Roland FP-E50 0:42 - Release date and Price of the Roland FP-E50 1:26 - Roland Cloud App and the Roland FP-E50 2:07 - Piano Sound Review on the Roland FP-E50 3:46 - Piano Sound Demo on the Roland FP-E50 5:27 - Additional Tones on the Roland FP-E50 9:13 - Sound Review Conclusions 9:39 - Speaker Review on the Roland FP-E50 11:11 - Piano Sound Spec Slide 11:21 - Piano Action Review on the Roland FP-E50 13:42 - Piano Action Spec Slide 13:50 - Piano Accompaniment Review on the Roland FP-E50 23:31 - Other Features on the Roland FP-E50 25:14 - Connectivity Review on the Roland FP-E50 26:43 - User Interface Review on the Roland FP-E50 27:15 - Final Thoughts on the Roland FP-E50 Welcome! We’re very excited to be unboxing and checking out the brand-new Roland FPE50 portable digital piano - an instrument that’s already generating a ton of buzz. Please like, subscribe and hit that notification bell! Overview The FPE50 was released in February 2023 to much fanfare, and it sits in that prosumer range, meaning it’s a quality product available at an accessible price. Roland has been marketing it as a “fun” instrument and we absolutely couldn’t agree more based on our first impressions. We were quite surprised to see that it’s compatible with the Roland Cloud, meaning you can download over 100 sound packs from the Cloud and greatly expand the onboard sound bank. Considering what else is available at the price point, it’s clear that the E50 has a ton to offer. Piano Sound The FPE50 is equipped with two sound engines - the SuperNATURAL sound engine and ZEN-Core engine. This is great because it allows you to rely on the SuperNATURAL engine for your acoustic piano sounds while being able to pivot over to the ZEN-Core engine for your many e-piano, organ and strings, synth and pad options. There are tactile pitch bend and mod wheels on the left-hand side of the keyboard, so you’re able to get quite expressive. Polyphony is very powerful at 256 notes. Speakers The FPE50 has a dual speaker system, and while the output power is rated at 22 watts, we found it to be very room-filling and seemingly more powerful than expected for 22 watts. Given how light the instrument is, this speaker setup is very impressive. Action The FPE50 is equipped with Roland’s PHA4 action, and anyone familiar with our YouTube channel will know we’re big fans of the PHA4. It’s one of the top plastic key actions available and is equipped with a triple sensor, escapement, and the keytops have a nice subtle texture to help with glide. The PHA4 is a bit on the heavier side, especially out of the box, but after a couple of hours of playing it does loosen up while still being slightly heavier than average. Auto-Accompaniment The accompaniment is the heart of the instrument. There are a ton of different styles to choose from, all grouped by categories, and there are a bunch of preloaded chord sequences you can add in as well. You can also feed in your chord sequences via a basic CSV form, so this is very cool too. There are different accompaniment modes available as well, so there’s a ton of variety. The quality of the beats is top notch too. So, you could truly spend hours just getting lost with this feature. Other Features The E50 also has a mic input with quite a few mic effects including auto harmony, vocal transformer, voice designer, a compressor and a noise suppressor. It also has convenient features like Tap Tempo, Scenes (allows you to save all of your settings as presets), Piano Designer, Recorder and all the usual suspects like Transpose and Metronome. Connectivity The E50 has Bluetooth Audio, but no Bluetooth MIDI which is definitely odd. Otherwise, sustain pedal input, triple pedal input, stereo mini line-in, ¼” line outputs, the mic input, USB Type A and B and dual headphone ports. User Interface The UI is really easy to use with an onboard mixer, a solid display, and the pitch bend plus mod wheel. Final Thoughts This is an instrument that feels like it should be priced higher for what it’s delivering with a great action, very solid speaker system, two tone engines and an excellent auto-accompaniment feature. Well done Roland! Connect with Merriam Music: ● Website ▸ 🤍 ● Contact Us ▸ 🤍 ● Instagram ▸ 🤍 ● Facebook ▸ 🤍 ● Twitter ▸ 🤍
In deze video demonstreert Menno Beijer de Roland FP-30X Stagepiano. 🤍 De Roland FP-30X stagepiano met SuperNatural pianosounds is ideaal voor een kleine woonkamer, een kleine slaapkamer, een studentenkamer of voor on-the-move muzikanten. De krachtige, ingebouwde speakers hebben een bijzonder vol geluid. Met een gewicht van maar 15 kg verplaatst en vervoert u de Roland FP-30 eenvoudig! De Roland FP-30X digitale piano bevat ook veel handige functies om pianospelen nog leuker te maken! U speelt bijvoorbeeld mee met de uitgebreide metronoom, en met de ingebouwde opnamefunctionaliteiten slaat u uw pianospel op een USB-stick op. Met de ingebouwde Bluetooth-functionaliteit [zowel MIDI als AUDIO] speelt u mee in apps als GarageBand, piaScore, SheetMusicDirect en meer. Hiermee kunt u ook muziek streamen en via de luidsprekers laten afspelen! Meer informatie vindt u op de website. 🤍 Deze video is opgenomen in eigen beheer. Toetsen: Menno Beijer Composities: Menno Beijer Productie: Art of Music _ Oostendorp Music is a music store in The Netherlands that sells musical instruments and equipment. It is possible to order throughout Europe from the online store. Please contact verkoop🤍oostendorp-muziek.nl for more information and shipping costs.
Sam is joined by Remie from Roland to compare the features and specs of two of their popular entry level digital pianos, the FP-10 and the FP-30. Find out more here... Roland FP10: 🤍 Roland FP30: 🤍 Check out our other Roland digital piano videos... Top 6 Best Beginner's Digital Pianos: 🤍 Roland FP10 Review: 🤍 Roland FP30 Review: 🤍 The Roland FP-10 and FP-30 are two of the best beginner's digital pianos on the market. They both feature Roland's fantastic feeling PHA-4 progressive hammer action keyboard with escapement action and ivory feel keys, and they both sound great, featuring Roland's widely acclaimed SuperNatural piano engine. There are a few differences however, so in this video, we compare both keyboards to find out what extra features you get if you do decide to upgrade to the FP30. Take a quick look and listen with PMTVUK and try both out for yourself at your local Professional Music Technology... Subscribe: 🤍 Find us on social media: 🤍 🤍 🤍
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Roland introduces the FP-10 digital piano offering premium sound and playability at an affordable price for the beginner piano student all the way up to a gigging professional. This compact 88-key digital piano is super portable and gives you a rich, responsive acoustic piano experience with progressive hammer action. Go beyond the classic piano sounds with organ, strings, electric piano, and even jazz skat. A built-in Bluetooth MIDI/USB MIDI interface allows you to connect DAW software and apps ranging from Apple GarageBand to Roland’s Piano Partner 2. Practice alone through headphones or take advantage of the great-sounding onboard speakers that deliver precise tonal detail and share your music out in smaller venues. Learn more and order yours now at Guitar Center: 🤍
Per provare a fondo il Roland FP-10 abbiamo coinvolto un vero professionista dei tasti bianchi e neri, Andrea Saffirio, insegnante presso il prestigioso Saint Louis College of Music e musicista professionista. L’obiettivo di questo digital piano, rivolto sia ai principianti che a chi ha già una discreta esperienza, è quello di stimolare la creatività del musicista, offrendo suoni e caratteristiche pronte all’uso e di qualità. L’FP-10 si adatta più o meno a qualsiasi contesto ed offre una risposta realistica sotto le dita grazie alla tastiera PHA-4 Standard a 88 tasti, unita ai suoni di piano Roland SuperNATURAL che vengono riprodotti dai diffusori integrati o in cuffia. Pur avendo 88 tasti, il design è comunque stato concepito per essere uno strumento relativamente portatile e di dimensioni ridotte (1.284 x 258 mm), ideale per esercitarsi in casa. La connettività Bluetooth svolge poi una funzione molto importante nell’aumentare la comodità d’uso. La suddetta tastiera PHA-4 Standard offre la risposta dinamica dei pianoforti acustici, ricreando le sfumature del tocco dal fortissimo al pianissimo grazie alla tecnologia di rilevamento del tocco Roland aad alta risoluzione. Così, avremo... CONTINUA A LEGGERE: 🤍 #roland #rolandfp10 #digitalpiano ▁ ▂ ▃ Musicoff.com - Where Music Matters ▃ ▂ ▁ 👇 Join our community Support us with PATREON ►► 🤍 Community DISCORD di Musicoff ►► 🤍 Iscriviti al canale YouTube di Musicoff ►► 🤍
🛒 Get the Roland FP-90X Digital Piano▸🤍 🛒 See More Roland Digital Pianos▸ 🤍 💕 Subscribe to Merriam Pianos HERE ▸ 🤍 🔔 Click the 🔔 bell to be notified of all videos! ▸ 🤍 Comparable Alternatives: 🛒 Roland FP-60X▸🤍 🛒 Yamaha P515▸🤍 🛒 Kawai ES920▸🤍 🛒 Yamaha DGX-660▸🤍 #FP90X #Roland #DigitalPiano Hello and thanks for joining us at the Merriam Pianos YouTube channel. We’ve got a much anticipated review for you today as we check out the new Roland FP90X. The FP90 was a highly successful instrument during its run, with many in fact arguing that it was the best all-in-one portable digital piano available during its production run. Needless to say, the FP90X has some big shoes to fill. Please like the video below, and if it’s your first time to the channel, subscribe and hit that notification bell! Piano Overview: As mentioned above, the FP90X is the successor to the FP90, which was a very full featured, highly capable all-in-one portable digital piano. In addition to a highly regarded wooden key action, the FP90 was also the first portable Roland digital piano to offer a fully modelled sound engine. Now, we’ll dive into exactly what’s been updated on the FP90X. Piano Sound: The big upgrade with the FP90X is the sound processor as it features Roland’s new BMC chip, which facilitates a more complex algorithm for the modelling based engine, which they’re now calling the ‘PureAcoustic Modelling’ engine. You’ll find this same new sound engine throughout Roland’s flagship home digital upright LX series as well. Polyphony is unlimited due to the nature of this modelling based engine on piano tones, and there in excess of 300 total other sounds. The FP90X also offers Roland’s new ‘My Stage’ setting which is essentially a series of presets within the algorithm to produce different piano sound configurations. What are the discernable musical differences with the new sound engine? For starters, Roland has really improved the lower dynamic range of the instrument - it’s noticeable right away and highly satisfying. In terms of the speakers, the FP90X features a 4 speaker system with a robust 60 watts of power available. These are high quality speakers that don’t distort even when the volume is cranked, and they’ve included new tone ports for better clarity. The Action: Roland’s PHA50 wooden hybrid action makes a return here, which will certainly be viewed in a positive light by anyone familiar with this action. For one, it’s absurdly durable and built to withstand the rigors of professional use. You’ll also find this action throughout the top half of Roland’s home digital piano lineup, with the exception of the top couple of models which feature the new Hybrid Grand action. Both the black and white keys have nicely textured keytops, and there’s a triple sensor for accurate MIDI output. Piano Features: The FP90X offers both Bluetooth MIDI and Audio, which means you can use it as a large Bluetooth speaker - super handy. There’s also ¼” independent outs which are crucial for gigging, and dual headphone jacks. There’s also a ¼” mic input which isn’t very common with portable digital pianos, as well USB ports. For recording, you can use the audio jacks, or the built in USB audio interface. Optional accessories include a matching stand, floating triple pedal, or fixed triple pedalboard. Available finishes are black and white. Summary: The FP90X offers subtle, but undoubtedly meaningful upgrades over the FP90, especially with regards to the sound. Chances are if you’re already familiar with Roland’s offerings or just checking their products out for the first time, you’re very likely to be impressed with this new offering. Connect with Merriam Music: ● Website ▸ 🤍 ● Contact Us ▸ 🤍 ● Instagram ▸ 🤍 ● Facebook ▸ 🤍 ● Twitter ▸ 🤍
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🛒 Get the Roland FP-E50 HERE ▸ 🤍 🛒 Get the Yamaha DGX 670 HERE ▸ Coming Soon! 🛒 See More Roland Digital Pianos HERE ▸ 🤍 🛒 See More Yamaha Digital Pianos HERE ▸ 🤍 💕 Subscribe to Merriam Pianos HERE ▸ 🤍 🔔 Click the 🔔 bell to be notified of all videos! ▸ 🤍 #RolandFP-E50 #YamahaDGX670 #DigitalPiano 0:00 - Video Introduction on Yamaha DGX 670 vs Roland FP-E50 0:19 - Opening Playing Demo on the Yamaha DGX670 0:27 - Opening Playing Demo on the Roland FP-E50 0:42 - Video Overview 2:00 - Functionality Review (Yamaha DGX-670) 6:34 - “Piano Room” Review (Yamaha DGX-670) 8:43 - DSP Effects on the DGX-670 9:34 - 5 Things I Like About the Yamaha DGX-670 12:16 - Roland FP-E50 Review Begins 12:58 - Piano Sound Demo 14:50 - Arranger Review 17:17 - Chord Sequencer 18:45 - “Scenes” on the Roland FP-E50 20:07 - Recorder Review 23:54 - 5 Things I like About The Roland FP-E50 25:50 - Final Thoughts Thanks for joining us! We’re continuing to put the new Roland FP-E50 to the test and today we’ll be seeing how it stacks up against Yamaha’s fan favorite - the DGX-670. There’s a fair bit of crossover between these two pianos, though they are ultimately very different beasts. Please like, subscribe and hit that notification bell! Overview This is perhaps the single most requested comparison we’ve gotten in the last few years. That said, these two instruments are actually not all that similar once you peer below the surface. The DGX-670 is very much a pro-level arranger keyboard that exists to satisfy the arranger community seeking an 88-key weighted action piano, whereas the FP-E50 is more of a performance-focused stage piano with some arranger functionality. Let’s take a closer look at each piano. Yamaha DGX-670 Functionality The 670 is equipped with an internal song player that also acts as a 16-track sequencer, though it’s not nearly as powerful as the sequencers you’ll find on the average workstation. Otherwise, it’s functional and easy to use. The auto-accompaniment is the real highlight of the arranger features, with a ton of various accompaniment styles and genres. The quality of fills and control over the variation is very impressive, and there are quite a few different accompaniment modes as well. The 670 also has the Piano Room feature, and this gives you the ability to deeply edit the tone via a helpful graphic on the display. There are also a number of Resonance engines available to play around with courtesy of Virtual Resonance Modeling (VRM.) Things Stu Likes About the DGX-670 #1. Manual Controls - Great for easy real-time control #2. The Effects Engine - The quality of sound doesn’t degrade with lots of effects applied #3. LCD Screen - The screen is clear and easy to see #4. Variety of Number & Arrangement Styles - This whole feature is just excellent all around #5. Velocity Triggers/Sounds - There’s a lot of ton with cool velocity-triggered effects Roland FP-E50 Functionality The E50 can be thought of in a number of ways. For one, it’s a stage piano somewhere between the FP-30X and FP-60X. There are even more sounds on here, with the total clocking in over 1,000, and the quality and variety of tones are noticeably better than the DGX-670. The arranger functionality operates in the same general way as the 670, with 100 accompaniment styles to choose from. That said, you don’t have the same level of editability as you do on the 670, or as many accompaniment styles. The E50 on the other hand has a built-in chord sequencer, and you can actually build these in a spreadsheet and load them onto the E50. This is potentially very useful. You’re also able to set up Scenes, which is great for live performance prep. The E50 does not have a multi-track recorder, and instead, the recorder is what we would call a Step Audio Overdub recorder, so in a sense, it is a multi-track recorder, just not as sophisticated as what the 670 has. Things Stu Likes About the FP-E50 #1. Simplicity - The E50 is extremely easy to use, even the advanced functionality #2. PHA4 Piano Action - As we often say, this is the best key action in the class bar none #3. Chord Sequencer - The chord sequencer isn’t as sophisticated as the 670, but it is quick and easy to use #4. Weight - It’s very light at 37lbs, making it 10 lbs lighter than the 670 #5. ZEN-Core Piano Engine - Roland’s ZEN-Core engine is a superb open-source synth architecture system so it’s continuously expandable Connect with Merriam Music: ● Website ▸ 🤍 ● Contact Us ▸ 🤍 ● Instagram ▸ 🤍 ● Facebook ▸ 🤍 ● Twitter ▸ 🤍
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🛒 Get the Roland FP-90X Digital Piano▸🤍 🛒 See More Roland Digital Pianos▸ 🤍 💕 Subscribe to Merriam Pianos HERE ▸ 🤍 🔔 Click the 🔔 bell to be notified of all videos! ▸ 🤍 Comparable Alternatives: 🛒 Roland FP-60X▸🤍 🛒 Yamaha P515▸🤍 🛒 Kawai ES920▸🤍 🛒 Yamaha DGX-660▸🤍 #FP-90X #roland #digitalpiano Hi everybody and thanks for joining us at the Merriam Pianos YouTube channel! Whether you’re a returning viewer of here for the first time we’re happy to have you! Today we’ve got episode 4 in our ongoing piano FAQ series as we tackle the most commonly asked questions with regards to the Roland FP90X. Current and prospective owners should find this video helpful. Please like, subscribe and hit that notification bell! FAQ #1: How Much does the FP90X Cost? Here in Canada, a new FP90X retails for $3,499.99+HST for just the slab. In the States, it retails for about $3,000 USD, so you can use these two benchmarks to adjust to your own local currency wherever you happen to be located. FAQ #2: Is the FP90X Worth the Money? This is a great question because there are a number of very capable slab digital pianos out there that cost much less than the FP90X. Even the FP60X is a great instrument that costs quite a bit less, and of course, the Kawai ES920 and Yamaha P515 are also quite a bit less expensive. Why would it make sense for someone to spring for the FP90X? The action would be the big thing as many would agree that the PHA50 is the best action available in a portable all-in-one digital piano. The FP90X is also equipped with the PureAcoustic sound engine, the most advanced sound engine Roland makes. The FP90X also has a robust 4-speaker, a 60-watt system that out specs anything else in the category and means performers can often get away without needing an amp for extra power. If you’re a singer, the FP90X has a mic input which, combined with the excellent speaker system, and the FP90X could be very enticing. FAQ #3: When were the FP90 and FP90X released? The original FP90 came out in the fall of 2016, and the updated FP90X came out in early 2021. Our guess is that the FP90X will have a 4 or 5 year production cycle from there. FAQ #4: What is the Weight/Dimensions of the FP90X? The FP90X is 52.8” wide, 15.3” deep, 5.4” in height and weighs 52 lbs. FAQ #5: What are the Differences Between the FP90 and FP90X? The first big thing to note is a significant speaker enhancement, with the FP90X receiving a superiorly designed system. They also added the BMC sound chip, which helps produce a more complex tone across all of the patches and sound engines. The sound engine has been upgraded to the PureAcsoutic engine, the top engine Roland produces. They also included the new My Stage feature and have added a built-in USB Audio interface. FAQ #6: PHA50 - Which Models Have It? How many portable Roland pianos feature the PHA50 action, to be more specific. The answer is 3. The FP90X, RD2000 and FANTOM 8 are the only 3 portable models outfitted with the PHA50. The FP90X is the only one of the 3 with built-in speakers, which is important to note. FAQ #7: How do you Take Apart the FP90X? Disclaimer, don’t do this. If you do, this will void your warranty should you ever require warranty coverage. FAQ #8: How do you Connect the FP90X to Bluetooth MIDI? The first step is to press the Function key and turn the Bluetooth radio on. From there, you press and hold the Function key which will start the pairing process on the FP90X. Next, open up the Roland Piano Every Day App on your phone, enter the Connection Dialogue screen and select FP90X MIDI. FAQ #9: How do you Connect the FP90X to a Computer? You can connect the FP90X to a computer by plugging it into a computer with a USB cable, and this gives you both a USB MIDI and USB Audio connection. FAQ #10: What Digital Pianos Compare Well to the FP90X? If you are considering the FP90X, what other instruments should you be looking at for comparison? Surprisingly, there aren’t really any perfectly comparable instruments to the FP90X. Few high-end stage pianos have built-in speakers, so the FP90X falls into the all-in-one portable digital piano category. The closest Yamaha comparison would be the Yamaha P515, but the FP90X is an objectively superior machine in almost every way and as such, costs significantly more. The closest Kawai comparison would be the ES920, and this is a closer comparison due to the strength of the ES920’s sound engine, but again, not a perfect comparison as the FP90X still out specs the ES920 and costs more. Thanks so much for watching!
🛒 Get the Roland FP-30X▸🤍 🛒 See More Roland Digital Pianos▸ 🤍 💕 Subscribe to Merriam Pianos HERE ▸ 🤍 🔔 Click the 🔔 bell to be notified of all videos! ▸ 🤍 Comparable Alternatives: 🛒 Kawai ES110▸🤍 🛒 Yamaha P125▸🤍 🛒 Casio PX-S1000▸🤍 🛒 Roland FP-60X▸🤍 #FP30X #Roland #DigitalPiano Hi everyone and welcome to another piano review at the Merriam Pianos YouTube channel. We’ve got a much anticipated review for you here as we take a deep dive into Roland’s brand new FP-30X portable digital piano. The FP-30X is the new update to the massively successful FP30, which was a total market titan during it’s 4 year run. Roland has managed to cram several significant upgrades into the FP30X, so we’re thrilled to put it under the microscope here. If this is your first time to the channel, please like, subscribe, and hit the notification bell! Piano Overview The FP-30X is an interesting addition to the market for a few reasons. It’s simultaneously targeted at the home user/hobbyist crowd, while also aimed at professional users as a totally viable option for gigging. You can think of it as a true “Prosumer” product, loaded with enough musical features to satisfy professionals, but not so expensive that it will turn off hobbyists. Piano Sound The FP-30X runs on a brand new sound chip from Roland - the BMC chip. It features Roland’s SuperNATURAL piano engine, and the new BMC chip spruces the sound engine up over the version found in the FP-30. We weren’t expecting to hear a significant difference, but after hearing the FP-30X for the first time, there’s no question this new BMC chip is a definite step up! Most notably, the dynamic range has been noticeably expanded, which will be especially helpful for those playing classical music. They’ve also doubled up the polyphony, now boasting 256 notes! This means you won’t really ever be taxing the processor. The next big upgrade involves the speaker system. The average wattage of speakers on instruments in this class is 6-8 watts. The FP30X is loaded up with two 11 watt speakers, resulting in way more power and body than other instruments in this price range. This is also especially notable given the lightweight of the FP30X. You can also EQ the speakers depending on what surface the piano is placed on, super cool! There are 56 total onboard sounds, including 12 distinct acoustic piano tones, 20 E piano tones, and 24 additional sounds including strings, organs etc. Piano Action The FP30X features Roland’s PHA4 action. This action has been around for a few years now and has been a staple throughout the lower half of Roland’s lineup, while still being a professional-caliber action. The PHA4 features escapement and a triple sensor, and on paper, is probably the most advanced action in this price point. People will definitely have their own subjective preferences, but objectively, this action out-specs anything else in the price point. While Roland hasn’t disclosed any changes, the PHA4 in the FP-30X feels like it’s had some engineering upgrades, and the surface of the black keys feels different as well. This leads us to believe this is probably a second-generation PHA4. Piano Features The FP-30X has a lot of impressive features, but perhaps most impressively is the presence of Bluetooth Audio. Bluetooth MIDI is present as well which is becoming commonplace for the price point, but Bluetooth Audio is still relatively rare at this price point. Bluetooth Audio allows you to turn your instrument into a giant Bluetooth speaker for listening or playing along with music. There are also USB connectors for playing back MP3, WAV, and standard MIDI files. You can also record on-board, or via the new ¼” line out, which makes this a true professional gigging instrument. It comes with a more basic sustain pedal, but we’d recommend upgrading to the DP-10 which offers half-pedaling. In terms of finishes, it comes in both black and white, and optional accessories include a matching stand as well as a triple pedal board. Conclusions The FP30X is a heck of an instrument, especially for the price point. Upgrades over the successful FP30 are notable and significant, and it beautifully straddles the line between being a hobbyist instrument and a professional-caliber instrument. Thanks so much for watching! Connect with Merriam Music: ● Website ▸ 🤍 ● Contact Us ▸ 🤍 ● Instagram ▸ 🤍 ● Facebook ▸ 🤍 ● Twitter ▸ 🤍
🛒 Get the Roland FP-E50 HERE ▸ 🤍 🛒 Get the Roland FP60x HERE ▸ 🤍 🛒 See More Roland Digital Pianos HERE ▸ 🤍 💕 Subscribe to Merriam Pianos HERE ▸ 🤍 🔔 Click the 🔔 bell to be notified of all videos! ▸ 🤍 #RolandFP-E50 #RolandFP60x #DigitalPiano 0:00 - Video Introduction on the Roland FP60X v.s. Roland FP-E50 0:21 - Opening Playing Demo on the Roland FP-E50 0:39 - Opening Playing Demo on the Roland FP60X 0:56 - “How does the Roland FP60X still fit into the marketplace?” 1:37 - Piano Tone Review 3:44 - Roland FP-E50 Stereo Microphone Speaker Demo 4:23 - Roland FP60X Stereo Microphone Speaker Demo 6:26 - Piano Sound Spec Slide 6:36 - Piano Action Review 8:10 - Piano Action Spec Slide 8:20 - Additional Tone(s) Review 10:24 - Additional Playing Demos 15:56 - Final Thoughts 17:55 - Features and Connectivity Spec Slides 18:21 - Closing Playing Demo (Stereo Mics v.s. Line-Out) Greetings! We’re back with another piano shootout as we pit the Roland FP-60X against the new Roland FP-E50. Is there still a place in the market for the 60X in light of the new E50? Let’s find out! Overview The 60X has occupied a unique middle ground in Roland’s portable digital piano lineup, but with the release of the FP-E50 for a lower price but some overlapping specs, it’s fair to wonder just how the 60X now fits in. Understanding the exact differences, particularly with regard to speaker performance, is really key to understanding this question. It’s of course also important to understand if there are any differences in piano tone, action and features as well. Let’s start with piano tone. Piano Tone Both pianos are using the sample-based version of Roland’s SuperNATURAL engine, with 256 notes of polyphony and driven by the BMC chip. Playing them side by side, we’re actually hearing a difference with the 60X coming across as more dynamic, sensitive and nuanced. We strongly suspect this is a result of different speaker configurations and some differences in digital signal processing. The speakers are more powerful on the 60X, and it seems to us like it’s a higher-quality pair here. Both pianos have the same onboard parameters available for editing the piano tone, however, the 60X is compatible with Roland’s apps, such as Piano Designer, which unlocks additional parameters. The E50 conversely is not compatible with the apps. Piano Action Both pianos are equipped with Roland’s much loved PHA4 action, which features a triple sensor and escapement. These actions should feel identical right? Interestingly, this is not the case. The 60X has a more robust construction with regard to the case, while the E50 has some steel reinforcement, but in general, the case is just less substantial. As a result, the 60X’s keybed feels stiffer and more solid, which in turn affects how the action feels to play. So, even though we’re dealing with the same PHA4 action, it does feel better on the 60X. Additional Tones When it comes to sounds beyond the core piano tones, the E50 blows the 60X in terms of quantity because it is also equipped with the ZEN-Core sound engine. ZEN-Core is a synthesis engine Roland released a couple of years ago and it’s essentially a simulated analog synthesizer system. The 60X then has a respectable 358 built-in sound, but the E50 has more than 1,000, and this can be expanded even further via the Roland Cloud. Piano Functions The 60X has an onboard tactile EQ and upper + lower mixer, as well as an array of function keys. The E50 also has a variety of function keys, as well as a mixer, but no tactile EQ. This seems to speak to the fact that the 60X is a little bit more focused on on-stage use. The E50 instead has some legit arranger features, such as a live arranger and chord sequencer. There’s a basic arranger available with the Roland app on the 60X, but it’s not as extensive as the E50s. The 60X does have a built-in USB audio interface, so that’s a nice benefit. Both pianos also have a mic input and mic volume control, but the E50 adds vocoder and harmonizer effects. Both pianos can also play MIDI and Audio information off of a USB key, and you can record on both machines. Both also have ¼” line outputs, a stereo mini line in and dual headphone jacks. Closing Thoughts So, does the 60X still have a place in the market? Definitely, the physical experience of playing the action does feel better on the 60X, and the speakers are delivering more detail and nuance. The piano-playing experience is just noticeably better on the 60X than on the E50. Connect with Merriam Music: ● Website ▸ 🤍 ● Contact Us ▸ 🤍 ● Instagram ▸ 🤍 ● Facebook ▸ 🤍 ● Twitter ▸ 🤍
🛒 Get the Roland FP-30X▸🤍 🛒 See More Roland Digital Pianos▸ 🤍 💕 Subscribe to Merriam Pianos HERE ▸ 🤍 🔔 Click the 🔔 bell to be notified of all videos! ▸ 🤍 Comparable Alternatives: 🛒 Kawai ES110▸🤍 🛒 Yamaha P125▸🤍 🛒 Casio PX-S1000▸🤍 🛒 Roland FP-60X▸🤍 #FP30X #Roland #digitalpiano Timestamps 0:00 - Intro 1:17 - Opening Playing Demo Roland FP30x 2:01 - FAQ 1 “What is the difference between the FP30 and FP30x?” 3:31 - FAQ 2 “Roland USB Audio Interface” Interface Demo 4:18 - FAQ 3 “Is the Roland FP30 discontinued?” 4:59 - FAQ 4 “How much does the FP30/30x cost?” 5:31 - FAQ 5 “Does the FP30/30x have midi?” 6:23 - FAQ 6 “Is the Roland FP30x good for beginners?” 10:09 - FAQ 7 “Does the Roland FP30/30x have weighted keys?” 12:03 - FAQ 8 “Does the Roland FP30/30x have a music stand?” 12:44 - FAQ 9 “How do you connect the Roland FP30/30x to a computer?” 13:51 - FAQ 10 “How do you record on the Roland FP30/30x? 15:52 - FAQ 11 “How do you connect the Roland FP30x to Bluetooth?" With Demo 17:43 - FAQ 12 “Is the Roland FP30/30x good for live performances?” 19:13 - Closing Playing Demo on the Roland FP30x Hello everybody and thanks for joining us at the Merriam Pianos YouTube channel. Today’s video is the first in a new series of piano model FAQ videos, and we’ll be kicking off this new series by tackling the Roland FP30X. We’ve scoured the internet for the most commonly asked questions about the FP30X and we’ll be addressing them all here. Please like, subscribe, and hit the notification bell! FAQ’s FAQ #1: What is the difference between the FP30 and FP30X? We’ve actually done an entire video dedicated to this very question which you can check out on our channel. To quickly summarize here, there are a number of key points to note. For one, Roland has upgraded the sound chip from the FP30 to the new BMC chip which is able to produce a more complex version of the SuperNATURAL sound engine. Secondly, they’ve doubled the polyphony from 128 to 256 notes. Thirdly, Roland has added ¼” line outputs which makes the FP30X a true gigging piano. They have also added Bluetooth Audio, and integrated a built-in USB audio interface which is going to be a big deal to some people. FAQ #2: Is the Roland FP30 discontinued? The answer is yes. Roland doesn’t overlap any production when they come out with a new replacement product meaning they are no longer manufacturing an FP30s. Of course, you can still find FP30s on the secondhand market. FAQ #3: How much does the FP30/FP30X cost? There was a price increase with the release of the FP30X, but the cost is going to depend on your country and region. Check out the links below to get a price in your local market. In most markets, the price increase was about $100 USD. FAQ #4: Does the FP30/FP30X have MIDI? Yes. Virtually all modern digital pianos function on a MIDI framework. The FP30X has both USB MIDI and Bluetooth MIDI. FAQ #5: Is the FP30/FP30X good for beginners? The short answer here is yes. Of course, the price point has to make sense first, as you can certainly get away with a less expensive instrument for a beginner too. That said, if you have the budget, there are a number of reasons why the FP30X is a great beginner instrument. The biggest reason is of course the PHA4 action, which is in our opinion, the best action available in this price point, bar none. The action alone makes the FP30X a killer piano for a beginner. The sound gets pretty personal as some people will prefer other options, but a specific type of sound probably isn’t going to affect a beginner’s progress. It’s also fairly compact, so finding a place for it in the home or on the go is very manageable. FAQ #6: Does the FP30X have weighted keys? Absolutely. As we got into with our last point, the FP30X features the PHA4 weighted key action, which means the weighting is built to resemble the feeling of an acoustic piano action. Weighted keys are essential for developing piano technique and control. FAQ #7: Does the FP30X come with a music stand? Yes, the FP30X ships with a plastic music stand/rest in the box. It’s not huge but definitely functional. FAQ #8: How do you connect an FP30X to a computer? There are two ways to do this. It depends on the computer, but a wired connection via a standard USB cable is probably the most reliable. If your computer is Bluetooth enabled, you can also connect this way. FAQ #9: How do you record the FP30/FP30X? Both the FP30 and 30X have internal recorders that let you record onto a thumb drive. For recording to an external device, you’ll simply connect via a USB cable to record, or even record over Bluetooth if your device is Bluetooth MIDI enabled.
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🛒 See More Roland Digital Pianos HERE ▸ 🤍 💕 Subscribe to Merriam Pianos HERE ▸ 🤍 🔔 Click the 🔔 bell to be notified of all videos! ▸ 🤍 #RolandFPE50 #ConnectivityReview #UserInterfaceReview Get ready to delve into the intricate details of the Roland FP-E50's connectivity and user interface in this comprehensive review. Discover how the Roland FP-E50 outperforms its competitors with its outstanding connectivity options and user-friendly interface. Learn how this instrument can be integrated into your musical journey, whether you're a seasoned professional or a beginner. We will explore every button, every port, and every nuance that the Roland FP-E50 has to offer. By the end of this video, you'll thoroughly understand how to make the most of your Roland FP-E50's connectivity and user interface. Tune in to unlock the full potential of this extraordinary instrument. Connect with Merriam Music: ● Website ▸ 🤍 ● Contact Us ▸ 🤍 ● Instagram ▸ 🤍 ● Facebook ▸ 🤍 ● Twitter ▸ 🤍
Singer/songwriter Tom Crouch performs “In Love Alone” on the new portable FP-30 piano from Roland, filmed in session at London’s Lightship95 Studio. Roland FP-30 digital piano 🤍
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Internal Speakers: 0:21 Direct Line Out: 0:51 Internal Speakers: 1:37 Direct Line Out: 2:36 🛒 Get the Roland FP-60X▸🤍 🛒 See More Roland Digital Pianos▸ 🤍 💕 Subscribe to Merriam Pianos HERE ▸ 🤍 🔔 Click the 🔔 bell to be notified of all videos! ▸ 🤍 Comparable Alternatives 🛒 Roland FP-90X▸🤍 🛒 Kawai ES520▸🤍 🛒 Yamaha P515▸🤍 🛒 Casio PX-560▸🤍 🛒 Roland FP-30X▸🤍 #FP60X #Roland #DigitalPiano Hello and welcome to the Merriam Pianos YouTube channel. Interested in hearing how the new Roland FP-60X sounds? You’re in the right place. Strap in and enjoy the singular piano talents of Stu Harrison as he demo’s the brand new Roland FP60X all-in-one portable digital piano. We’ve selected both a Stereo Mic and Stereo Line Out for the video so you can hear the FP-60X in both contexts, so pay attention to the screen as each time the audio source changes, it will be labeled. More info on the new FP-60X: “Versatility is the first word that comes to mind with the new Roland FP-60X. The slightly younger sibling to the flagship FP-90X, the FP-60X is a professional quality instrument built for a variety of playing situations. One of the top sound engines in the industry, reliable action, powerful on-board speakers and the latest tech, the FP-60X offers it all without totally breaking the bank.” Connect with Merriam Music: ● Website ▸ 🤍 ● Contact Us ▸ 🤍 ● Instagram ▸ 🤍 ● Facebook ▸ 🤍 ● Twitter ▸ 🤍
The super-popular portable piano—upgraded. 🤍 Please turn on the subtitles feature ([CC] button) and watch the video. 00:00 Functions that Make Playing More Fun 00:05 Selecting a Tone 00:35 Changing the Keyboard Mode 00:49 Transposing into a Key that’s Easier to Play 01:27 Practicing with the Metronome 02:10 Recording Your Playing 03:14 Playing Along with Your Favorite Songs (Bluetooth)
The Roland FP-10 is the brand new, entry-level digital piano from Roland. Packed with the same SuperNatural sounds and PHA-4 action from its bigger sibling, the super popular FP-30, the FP-10 gives you an intensely accurate feel and sound an affordable price! 0:01 - Grand Piano #1 1:18 - Grand Piano #2 1:39 - Electric Piano #1 1:59 - Electric Piano #1 & Synth Pad Shop now = 🤍
Das Roland FP-30 wird nicht mehr hergestellt: Als Nachfolgemodell erhältlich ist das Roland FP-30X: 🤍 - Testreihe "Digitalpiano für Anfänger“ mit Jörg Sunderkötter von PIANOO.de und Klavierlehrer Yacine Khorchi (music2me.de). Das Roland FP-30 Portable Piano ist mit der Tastatur des größeren Modells FP-60 ausgestattet und bietet außerdem Bluetooth-MIDI sowie viele nützliche Funktionen zum Klavierlernen. Etwas umständlich gestaltet sich die Bedienung über die Tipptaster. Ansonsten aber Daumen hoch bei Spielgefühl und Piano-Sound. - Test auf pianoo.de ► 🤍 Yacine auf music2me ► 🤍 - by pianoo.de
More videos like this Roland FP-10 piano demo 👉 🤍 Shop for the Roland FP-10 digital piano at Sweetwater 👉 🤍 The Roland FP-10 digital piano is compact enough to fit comfortably into your living or family room, yet it offers the renowned SuperNATURAL sounds and the great playing feel of Roland's PHA-4 Standard 88-note hammer action keyboard, along with modern features. If you play out, the FP-10's portability makes it an ideal gigging keyboard. It's also great for music education facilities where it can easily be moved from classroom to auditorium. 0:00 - Intro 0:47 - Roland FP-10 Specs 1:26 - Roland FP-10 Piano Demo 3:35 - Roland FP-10 EP Demo 4:41 - Roland FP-10 Harpsichord Demo 5:26 - Roland FP-10 Vibraphone Demo 5:47 - Roland FP-10 Organ Demo 6:39 - Roland FP-10 Strings Demo 7:25 - Roland FP-10 Layering 8:09 - Roland FP-10 Pad 8:49 - Roland FP-10 Scatting Sample 9:47 - Roland FP-10 Metronome 11:08 - DAW and Smartphone Compatibility 11:45 - Thanks For Watching! #Sweetwater #Roland The Zoom F8N Multitrack Field Recorder was used to record the audio in this video, and can be purchased here: 🤍
Just released at NAMM 2016! The Roland FP-30 Digital Piano is the latest in the Roland FP line of pianos. For more information check out our website here - 🤍
Shop the FP-60X digital piano from Roland 👉 🤍 More videos like Roland FP-60X Digital Piano Demo 👉 🤍 If you‘re wondering what video gear we use, check it out 👉 🤍 The Roland FP-60X captures the finest elements of Roland‘s award-winning FP series digital pianos. Sweetwater‘s Jacob Dupre shows off this refined grand piano playing experience driven by Roland’s PHA-4 Standard keyboard with Progressive Hammer Action for a heftier feel in the bass and a lighter action up top. The FP-60X features Roland‘s SuperNATURAL piano sound engine, 256-voice polyphony, and an onboard speaker system that’s ideal for home playing and live performances. What‘s more, the FP-60X also offers expansive connectivity with audio and MIDI via Bluetooth and USB, so you can integrate the FP-60X with computer-based DAW setups and even stream wirelessly to and from your smart device. Check it out! After you watch, check out Sweetwater.com today for all your music instrument and pro audio needs! 👉 🤍 #Sweetwater #Roland #fp60x 0:00 Hold your breath, Make a wish, Count to three... 1:14 The Roland FP-60X 4:39 Let's Hear The Sounds 4:42 Pianos 7:45 Electric Pianos 9:36 Organs 11:57 Strings 13:34 Pads 15:09 Synth/Other 18:43 This sound is the most fun of all 20:00 GM Tones 25:30 More features 28:04 Thanks for watching!
A comparison of the features of the Roland FP-10 and FP-30 Digital Pianos by Kathryn Lounsbery. Weighing in at about 27 pounds, the Roland FP-10 Digital Piano features an amazing pianistic sound due to Roland’s progressive hammer action where the keys at the bottom are a little bit heavier and the keys at the top a little lighter. The FP-10 Digital Piano also features an 88 note standard keyboard, a variety of sounds and is Bluetooth compatible. Features: • Lightweight instrument • Amazing pianistic sound • Roland’s progressive hammer action • 88 note standard keyboard • Variety of sounds • Bluetooth compatible The Roland FP-30 Digital Piano weight only 30 pounds and is loaded with features like Roland’s progressive hammer action where the keys at the bottom are a little bit heavier and the keys at the top a little lighter. The FP-30 Digital Piano also features 35 sounds and an impressive onboard speaker system. Features: • Lightweight instrument • Amazing pianistic sound • Roland’s progressive hammer action • 35 sounds • Impressive onboard speaker system #Roland #DigitalPiano Roland FP-10 Digital Piano: Item # 1491368 | Model # FP-10-BK 🤍 Roland FP-30 Digital Piano: Item # 1170632 | Model # FP-30-BK 🤍
🛒 Get the Roland FP-E50▸🤍 🎹Get inspired and go to our website▸ 🤍 We are unboxing the brand new Roland FP-E50. This stage piano is the perfect mix between an arranger an digital piano, giving you the great touch from a real piano and also the features of an arranger piano making it much more fun to learn how to play piano. In terms of assembly, we recommend being two people when lifting the top part unto the stand. Enjoy! Sound is recorded via sound card. Keypoints: 00:00 Intro 00:25 Taking out the instrument 01:13 Checking everything is there 02:27 Finishing touches 03:46 Soundtest Connect through digitalpiano.com ● Website ▸ 🤍 ● Instagram ▸ 🤍 ● Facebook ▸ 🤍 #playpiano #digitalpiano #pianoforbeginners #concertgrand #fp #e50 #fpe50 #roland #piano
Thank you to Marina from "The Piano Keys" YouTube Channel. I learned this whole piece from her, starting with a portable Korg microkey 49, which prompted me to buy the FP-30X a year after. This is the direct sound coming out from FP-30X and recorded into my mobile Android phone that is doing video recording, connected by a USB cable. In terms of key action, the difference is very subtle and hard to describe at first. Later, however, I am able to describe the difference as thus: The FP-30X has a more noticeable "* hammer swing feel *" than the P-125. Therefore, the P-125 has a more springy key action when compared to FP-30X. It is not the key action weight, but rather in the hammer swing feel, that feels different between them.
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Just released at NAMM, the FP-10 is Roland's new, entry-level, digital piano. That's enough words, now play! Playing Examples: 0:01 - Piano #1 0:23 - Piano #2 0:45 - Piano #3 1:11 - Piano #4 1:38 - Electric Piano #1 1:56 - Electric Piano #2 2:07 - Harpsichord #1 2:16 - Harpsichord #2 2:26 - Vibraphone 2:41 - Organ #1 2:50 - Organ #2 2:57 - Strings #1 3:12 - Strings #2 3:24 - Pads 3:41 - Jazz Scat 3:52 - Piano #1 + Strings #2 Shop Now 🤍bettermusic.com.au/roland-fp10bk