The M-Audio DCP-200 Digital Piano brings the beauty of a classic upright into your home, classroom, or house of worship. The elegant console design incorporates a premium audio system and powerful spe... Click To Read More About This Product
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The M-Audio DCP-200 Digital Piano brings the beauty of a classic upright into your home, classroom, or house of worship. The elegant console design incorporates a premium audio system and powerful speakers that convey every note with exceptional detail”from resonant bass to delicate highs. Realistic TruTouch II graded hammer action keys makes it a pleasure to play the authentic acoustic and electric piano sounds, as well as harpsichord, organ, strings, and bass. The built-in USB computer connection gives you instant access to the world of music software for education, recording, notation and more”making DCP-200 Digital Console Piano a superior investment that will grow with your family. This expressive M-Audio digital piano upholds the best of music tradition while embracing today's new creative technologies.
Authentic Sound and Feel
The M-Audio DCP-200 Digital Piano features premium onboard sounds meticulously sampled from some of the world's finest instruments, including the classic Steinway Model D Concert Grand Piano. This remarkable digital piano boasts a finely crafted 88-note keyboard with graded-hammer action keys and escapement to reproduce the feel of an acoustic piano”from a lighter touch on the high notes, down to a firm response on the lows. The powerful combination of authentic sound and realistic touch means that the M-Audio DCP-200 Piano provides an inspiring playing experience for beginners and enthusiasts alike.
USB Computer Compatibility
All M-Audio digital pianos feature built-in USB MIDI interfaces to connect to most PC and Mac computers. A single USB cable lets you plug into a wide range of music software for education, notation, recording, and more. Your DCP-200 even includes Sibelius First software”the easy-to-use application from the industry leader in music notation. Just press record and your computer transcribes what you play into professional-grade sheet music.
Write, Compose, and Arrange
Want to create your own music? The M-Audio DCP-200 Digital Piano features 8 different popular instrument sounds you can play right from the keyboard: acoustic pianos, electric pianos, harpsichord, church organ, strings and upright bass. Work out song ideas, then connect to a computer via USB and use the included Sibelius First software to print out the score.
Perfect for Piano Lessons
Looking for the perfect instrument for your kids' music education or to further your own childhood piano lessons? The affordability, realism, and compact size of the M-Audio DCP-200 digital piano make it an ideal choice. You and your family will experience the joy of playing the piano”either through the high-fidelity internal sound system or privately with headphones. In fact, there are two headphone jacks to accommodate teacher and student. The built-in note recorder lets you record and play back your practices and performances for evaluation. Unlike many digital pianos, DCP-200 gives you all three of the pedals found on grand pianos, including sostenuto. A simple USB computer connection provides access to self-paced music education software like Sibelius Groovy.
A Musical Director's Best Friend
If you're the musical director for a house of worship, school chorus, or similar group, the DCP-200 digital piano gives you a new reason to rejoice. This handy performance instrument never needs tuning. Also, the included Sibelius First software lets you print your own musical arrangements for your group to rehearse and perform.
The Piano That's Easy to Live With
The piano has a long-standing tradition of bringing music enjoyment and education into the home. With today's digital technology, it's never been easier to make this beautiful instrument your own. Digital pianos are made with modern manufacturing techniques so they don't cost a fortune. They fit the sound of a concert grand and other instruments into a spare corner of the room. They enable family members to entertain guests or play privately using headphones. They also never need costly tuning, repair, or skilled piano movers when you relocate. The M-Audio DCP-200 brings all the advantages of today's technology to the instrument you know and love.
20 Years of Innovation
M-Audio is celebrating 20 years of critically acclaimed music technology innovation. Professional musicians and recording studios rely on M-Audio products such as industry-leading USB MIDI controller keyboards and Studiophile studio speaker systems. M-Audio digital pianos build on this legacy of quality and dependability, fusing years of expertise in digital keyboard technology and high-fidelity audio with world-class sounds. M-Audio digital pianos are sophisticated, expressive instruments equally suited for today's homes and houses of worship.
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This is a good piano, the keys are nice and heavy, and very responsive. The pedals are good, but they do NOT have half-damper effect, meaning they are simply on/off, there is no middle-ground. It arrived quite fast and was fairly easy to assemble; I did it by myself, though I should've had help. The sound quality is great, even at loud volumes there is very little distortion, plus I can use it as a speaker to play music from my PSP. The voices are superb, although I find it hard to use the strings very well, they aren't as soft and easy-going as I'd like, but it would but great for faster, harder playing pieces. The recording function works very well. It has a very nice dark-stain finish on it as well. The fact that it came with Sibelius First was a major selling point as it is several hundred dollars on it's own. Overall, it's a great piano for a very reasonable price. But I was very disappointed to find that it doesn't have half-damper effect, and that's what ultimately made it four stars instead of five. I would recommend it for beginners and intermediates, but once you get really serious/ good, you're gonna need to have that half-damper.