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Roland digital piano f-140r weird note drop
#2987510 06/03/20 04:47 PM
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Good day! Yesterday I noticed something weird happening with my new f-140r when pressing the same key fast. The first tone played drops after a few key pressings later on. For example: I play a fortissimo C#1 and immediately after I start pressing the same key but this time in pianissimo. The first fortissimo tone gets dropped (silenced, muted) after a few pianissimo key pressings. Sometimes it requires a certain beat or pattern for it to happen. This all happens while holding down the sustain pedal. Shouldn't the first fortissimo tone be sustained the whole time I play the same note? Is this normal? Is this a feature (i don't know, some simulation) or something I should be concerned of?

P.S: Please pardon my poor "musical" language.

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Teodor2002 #2987512 06/03/20 04:52 PM
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I forgot to mention that this piano has a 128 note polyphony. I know what that means and I don't think a few key pressings can lead to a tone drop.

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Teodor2002 #2988065 06/05/20 04:32 AM
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I don't think my Kawai does that.

And why would an acoustic piano do that? To me it doesn't seem to make sense.


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