There’s nothing fairly like the voice of a real grand piano — but these days, digital forte-pianoes can get reasonably darn close. Regrettably, the best of them are generally prohibitively expensive and short of spending several thousands of dollars, you’re frequently left with something that precipitates well short of the real thing. But at the risk of sounding like a clickbait generator, there’s one thing piano manufacturers probably don’t want you to know: You don’t need to spend thousands of dollars to get amazing sound and solid playability out of a digital piano. As I wrote several months ago ,… This story continues at The Next Web

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