electronic piano


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electronic piano

[i‚lek′trän·ik pē′an·ō]
(electronics)
A piano without a sounding board, in which vibrations of each string affect the capacitance of a capacitor microphone and thereby produce audio-frequency signals that are amplified and reproduced by a loudspeaker.
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The creation of the electronic piano in the form of the Road Suitcase 73 changed piano music, forming the signature sound found in the song, "Riders on the Storm" by The Doors.
Earlier this year, The Journal reported how the staff on Coquet Island had provided an electronic piano for puf-fins, which they "played" by jumping on the keys.
CLEVELAND RETIRED MEN'S ASSOCIATION: Musician George Hetherington gave the Redcar-based retired men a musical extravaganza of Music from Films, with a short commentary introducing each tune which he played on his electronic piano.
The Privia Pro PX-5S is the first electronic piano in Casio's Privia Pro series, a sub-category aimed for professional stage musicians.
The new PX-5S represents the first electronic piano in Casio's Privia Pro series, a sub-category aimed for professional stage musicians and will be exhibited in Casio's booth (#5900) during Winter NAMM at the Anaheim Convention Center, January 24-27, 2013.
9F, highlights this - the tinny drums, heavy guitar bass and electronic piano have been replaced by a lone guitar and softer-sounding vocals.
Simon Lepper is an experienced accompanist able to cope with all kinds of eventualities and he excelled himself here on the church's electronic piano.
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Roland marketed the electronic piano V-Piano last year.
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Ridgefield, Connecticut, personal injury lawyer HARVEY KULAWITZ, who has an electronic piano behind his office desk.
Technicians control the lights using an electronic piano keyboard, with each key programmed to trigger a sequence of the dazzling illuminations.

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