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Studiologic Music Numa Concert

Professional Digital Piano

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Studiologic Music Numa Concert
Studiologic Music Numa Concert
1 500.00 street price

Studiologic Numa Concert was released alongside Numa Stage in 2014. Compared to the latter, Numa Concert includes a weighted TP/40WOOD Graded Hammer Action Ivory Feel keyboard, which is impeccably balanced for the piano performance. The synthesizer features an 88-note weighted stage keyboard, the overall control impresses with durability. Numa Concert does not have aftertouch, but there are several velocity envelope presets, and if you press the "Fatar Touch" button, Numa Concert will create a custom envelope with the value based on the minute of the individual performance that further can be saved.

In the far left corner of the control panel there are 2 wheels for pitch/modulation change and control over the effects (rotary/tremolo). The MIDI section can be turned on/off with a separate button, as well as it is in the external section of Nord Stage 2. This allows you to quickly turn on/off the sound on an external MIDI device.

The MIDI section sends control change, the LSB bank, the MSB bank, the channel and octave change, and it has a separate volume control to adjust the required level for the external equipment. Here you can also find 2 MIDI zones (A and B), so you can control 2 different sounds on 2 different MIDI channels within the layer. Built-in reverb/delay effects and modulation effects help animate each instrument.

The instrument has an excellent sound, it has 50 user memory locations, but only 12 factory patches. The concert grand piano sounds particularly amazing, and both pianos have simulated string noises/sympathetic resonance, which adds to that authenticity. The remaining 10 sounds are Rhodes samples, which are distinguished by a very authentic sound during smooth performing. Clavinet and Wurlie sound good with tremolo. In addition, Numa Concert offers electrical basses.

Country of origin / production: Italy

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Usage area
Synthesizer Keyboard 
Usage Design/ Form Factor
With Keys 
Digital (D) 
Programs/ Voices/ Timbres
User-defined Single Voice50
Rotary Speaker 
MIDI in/ out
Type Balanced Hammer Effect
Number of Keys88
Display type EL
Resolution: Symbols Count3
Built-in controllers
Pitch Bend Wheel 
Modulation Wheel 
External controllers
Expression foot pedal 
Audio out
Analogue: 1/4" (6.35mm)2
Analogue: 1/4" (6.35mm) headphones preamplified2
Audio in
Analog 1/8"1
Computer Interfaces
Height130 mm
Width1270 mm
Depth310 mm
Weight20.000 kg
Production start2014

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