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KAWAI The Sound of a Grand Piano: Kawai EX concert grand
The Kawai EX concert grand piano is widely regarded by professional pianists and piano technicians as one of the finest instruments within its class. Hand-built by Master Piano Artisans at the Shigeru Kawai Piano Research Laboratory in Ryuyo, Japan, each EX instrument undergoes a meticulous regulation and refinement process within a specially designed anechoic chamber.

Following this lengthy crafting period, the completed EX concert grand piano receives a final series of rigorous quality inspections, before eventually taking center stage in the world’s most prestigious musical institutions and concert halls.

KAWAI True character in every note
The ES110 digital piano captures the beautiful sound of Kawai’s highly acclaimed concert grand piano, with all 88 keys of this exceptional instrument meticulously recorded, analysed and faithfully reproduced using advanced Harmonic Imaging technology.

Recording each key individually in this way, preserves the rich harmonic character of the EX concert grand piano, and guarantees that the sound heard when playing any one of the ES110’s weighted keys is a faithful representation of the original acoustic source.
KAWAI Harmonic Imaging technology
When playing a fine piano, the amount of pressure applied to the keyboard affects not only the volume of the sound produced, but also the unique tonal character of each note.  Therefore, in order to construct a realistic acoustic portrait of the EX concert grand piano, not only is each key recorded individually, but also at various different volumes, ranging from gentle pianissimo to thunderous fortissimo.

The ES110 offers a highly detailed acoustic portrait, employing Kawai’s proprietary Harmonic Imaging sampling technology to ensure smooth tonal transitions across the keyboard and throughout the entire dynamic range.

KAWAI Acoustic piano variety
Supplementing the realistic acoustic piano voices, the ES110 also offers an excellent offers a selection of additional instrument sounds, including electric pianos, organs, strings, acoustic and electric bass, and vibraphone.

Furthermore, the Dual playing mode also allows two different sounds, such as an acoustic piano and a string ensemble, to be layered together, then adjusted quickly and easily using the real-time balance slider to inspire even greater musical creativity.

Kawai Digital ES110 Digital Upright Piano

Alongside the classically voiced EX grand piano sound, the ES110 also showcases  selection of additional instrument sounds, including electric pianos, organs, strings, acoustic and electric bass, and vibraphone.

A total of 19 Sounds of studio quality instrumental sounds, plus reverb sound effect, offer the player a selection of sound choices from various instrument families.Hear sound samples of the ES110 below:

Kawai ES110 28” Digital Upright Piano
KAWAI Personalized piano adjustments
The knowledge and skill of an experienced piano technician is essential to bring out the best of a fine acoustic piano. In addition to tuning each note, the technician also performs numerous regulation and voicing adjustments that allow the instrument to truly sing.

The ES110’s powerful Virtual Technician function simulates these refinements digitally, allowing discerning musicians to shape aspects of the selected piano’s character to suit their personal preferences.

Perform touch curve and voicing adjustments, damper, and temperament and fall-back noise.

KAWAI Reverbs, resonances, & effects

Additional reverberation effects that simulate the acoustic environment of a recital room, live stage, or concert hall are also applied, with settings to adjust voicing, sympathetic resonance, and other acoustic characteristics.

The result is a rich, vibrant piano tone that delivers breathtaking realism and authenticity.

Kawai Digital ES110 Sound. Total 19 Sounds Studio Quality Instrumental, Vocal Sounds,
Reverb Sound Effect, Selection From Various Instrument Families.

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