WNAMM07: Waldorf Launch Electric Piano

Zarenbourg emulates five classic pianos and comes in a choice of colours      18/01/07

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WNAMM07: Waldorf Launch Electric Piano


Waldorf have launched the Zarenbourg electric piano.
An advanced physical modelling sound engine provides emulation of five classic electric pianos including effects. The piano has 78 real wood keys and a speaker system by EMES tuned spefiically for pianist’s needs with an external stereo input for the speaker system.
Waldorf had this to say, “Zarenbourg is a traditional electric piano that plots a new course uncharted by any other of this breed of instruments. This piano looks funky, and its feel and performance deliver on the promise of its funky look. The Zarenbourg is the guitar for keyboardists who want to spank the plank – an instrument many musicians have yearned for and will never part with. Nothing that came before rivals its look touch and feel. Its clearly arranged, easily understood control panel sports classic powered knobs and selector switches. The top of its housing offers plenty of room for a full grown synthesizer – a real player’s instrument indeed."

The Upper Body Panel Is Available In Several Colours
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    1 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
    STRomzAeHLEr    Said...

    Tried it on Frankfurt Musikmesse 2010, want it, but nobody can tell me a (round about) price. Can anybody tell me something about this?

    31-Mar-10 05:31 AM


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