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The Seaboard: an electric piano that plays differently according to your touch

This is the new generation of electric piano keyboards. Most keyboard pianos hardly register any difference in sound due to the players’ touch. But this new instrument by Roli is made to respond to your touch, just like an acoustic instrument. The user can create a huge variety of tones and colors just by moving their fingers differently.

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