Roland SuperNATURAL Pianos

SuperNATURAL pianos… 

Until now digital pianos have focused on re-creating the sound of the instrument. Roland SuperNATURAL technology goes beyond that and re-creates the behaviour and the characteristics of how the instrument plays. Supernatural makes playing a digital piano feel organic and dynamic. For the first time the technology is all about the player.


SuperNATURAL pianos are different because…

SuperNATURAL piano
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Multi-Sampling: SuperNATURAL pianos are equipped with technology, which was born by bringing together Roland V-Piano technology and 88-key stereo multi-sampling technology. This new sound engine is the product of Roland’s deep research of the characteristics of acoustic pianos, with the goal of faithfully reproducing the rich tone and expressivity of a concert grand piano. The maximum polyphony of 128 is more than enough for even the most complex pieces.


SuperNATURAL piano
All other digital pianos

Natural Decay: The SuperNATURAL piano sound engine replicates the natural decay of a acoustic piano. The natural decay of notes and beautiful lingering tones are important elements of a piano’s sound. The decaying sound of an acoustic piano not only decreases in volume, but also gradually changes in colour to a softer tone.


SuperNATURAL piano
All other digital pianos

Organic Tonal Change: Using technology only Roland’s digital pianos have, the SuperNATURAL piano sound engine delivers natural and seamless changes in tone colour in response to the player’s touch. Its expanded dynamic range supports the most advanced and subtle techniques, just as one would expect in an acoustic grand piano. For example, there are subtle changes in tone where the damper is barely touching the string. There are also variations in the sustain of a sound when you depress the pedal gradually. The pedals even support the most subtle expression, such as depressing the pedal again after releasing it for an instant.

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