Casio Privia Pro PX-5S Introduction Video

May 15, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized 

A tour of the Privia Pro PX-5S Stage Piano from Casio. All audio recorded direct on the PX-5S using factory presets and the USB Audio Recording feature. For more information on the PX-5S visit: www.casiomusicgear.com

Music from 0:301:30 written and performed by Tom Brislin – www.tombrislin.com

About the synth in Casio’s own words:

The new Privia PX-5S redefines the stage piano category with unprecedented sound quality and performance features in a lightweight design that is supremely portable. Featuring tone editing, insert effects, MIDI controller capabilities, an 88 Key, Tri-Sensor Scaled Hammer Action II Keyboard and weighing only 24 lbs., the Privia PX-5S is ready to take stage.

At the heart of the PX-5S Stage Piano is Casio’s proprietary AiR sound source which provides incredible realism, detail and expression for grand piano sounds. In the PX-5S, the power of AiR has been expanded to provide stunning fidelity and control over other instrument tones and effects with 256 notes of polyphony.

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