The Kurzweil Artis7 76-key keyboard and stage piano has a brand-new German 9′ grand piano sound, as well as Kurzweil’s renowned KB3 ToneReal organ tones. Nine sliders and a dedicated front-panel 3-band EQ section allow you to swiftly fine-tune your sounds. Quick Split/Layer controls make it simple to create luscious sound combinations, and Favorites buttons make it simple to find your favorite sounds quickly.
You don’t have time to stop and adjust your keyboard settings while performing on stage. On the Artis7, it’s simple to create your own set of sounds before taking the stage, but it’s also simple to make adjustments while performing. You can fine-tune your sounds without missing a beat thanks to the nine sliders and three-band EQ section located directly on the front panel. Additionally, combining and layering sounds is just as easy without a predetermined break thanks to the Quick Split/Layer option.
Although dynamic allocation of polyphony is not a new feature for Kurzweil, it is one of their best features since it prevents notes from “dropping off” when you approach the maximum amount of polyphony. This means that the Artis7 is selective about which voices to drop in favor of new voices, even while you’re playing sounds that are densely layered and loaded with effects. It is a big thing when you hear how fluid and organic performances sound even with complex sounds, even though you don’t really need to think about it.