Alesis Virtue Black 88-Key Digital Piano
The black Virtue 88-Key Digital Piano with Wooden Stand and Bench from Alesis is a digital piano with 88 full-size velocity-sensitive keys, adjustable touch response, 128-note maximum polyphony, and built-in 30W speakers (15W x 2). The keyboard features 360 realistic built-in sounds that cover a wide variety of instruments such as acoustic and electric pianos, organs, strings, brass, woodwinds, percussion, mallets, guitars, and synths. In addition, it includes adjustable reverb and chorus effects to further tailor your sound and delivers a great playing experience for the beginning student as well as intermediate or professional musicians.
The Alesis Virtue digital piano allows you to layer multiple sounds together in layer mode or split two sounds across the keyboard in split mode. You can add and adjust chord and reverb effects, as well as enable the included pedal resonance feature to add additional realism. This keyboard has 80 built-in demo songs and a one-touch song mode with 160 built-in accompaniment styles. This lets you instantly create songs in a wide variety of genres. You can record your own songs using the built-in record mode.
Furthermore, the Virtue digital piano is equipped with a large LED backlit screen with a grand staff that displays the notes being played and shows the names of chords being played in the one-touch song mode. Other features include a built-in metronome, a lesson mode that divides the keyboard into two identical sections with the same pitch and voice, a USB-MIDI output for connecting to a computer or tablet to use with educational or recording software, and a USB drive input so you can play along with your favorite MP3 songs.
Finally, Skoove premium is included for three months. Skoove is the easiest way to learn piano. It features in-depth online piano courses that adapt to you and give you feedback. It allows you to develop your repertoire on your own time, at your own pace, and with a catalog filled with everything from current hits to classical music. Lessons are added every month so that you can keep expanding your repertoire with music, as well as up your piano game with music theory tips and tricks.