Physis Piano V100

The V100 encloses the Physis technology in a contemporary slim design cabinet that imparts a luxurious piano-like presence. The opening-closing slow action incorporates an elegant touch panel. With the wooden ivory keyboard and the attention to detail and quality of every component,V100 set a new top standard to satisfy your passion for playing.

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Description

 

If you demand the highest performance digital piano in the most appealing cabinet design, then the Physis V100 piano has been designed for you.
Physical modeling sound technology gives you the most expressive and authentic sound available.
A high-performance keyboard action with tactile “ivory sense” key tops
A resonant, wood-enclosed sound amplification system.
A powerful, yet easy-to-use multi-touch user interface.
An elegant, Italian-designed and crafted cabinet.

ITALIAN DESIGN: BEAUTY AND PASSION

The V100 re-invents the shape and contours of the modern acoustic piano – fitting a full-size upright
Piano into a space-saving, compact design (only 44 cm front to back).
The exclusive multi-touch control panel is smartly embedded in the fall-board key cover. In fact, every detail has been meticulously designed to create the most innovative, the most extraordinarly elegant piano in the world.

SPECIFICATIONS

GENERAL

Recorder Midi

KEYBOARD

Keyboard 88 graded-hammer wooden keys with “Ivory Feel” key tops - 3 contacts
Touch Sensitivity Velocity curves: 5 preset + 4 user
Keyboard mode Single, Dual, Split with programmable split point

SOUND GENERATOR

Technology Physical Modeling: Acoustic Piano Model (APM), Electric Piano Model (EPM), Wurly Piano Model (WPM), Clavi Piano Model (CPM), Acoustic Mallet Model (AMM)Sampling: High Definition Sound Engine (HDSE)
Sounds 6 sound families (Piano, E. Piano, Mallet, Keyboard, Ensemble, Bass/Guit)
Polyphony Physis physical models APM,EPM,WPM,CPM,AMM: full polyphonyHDSE: up to 128 notes
Transposer +/- 11 Semitones
Fine Tuning 415.3 Hz - 466.2 Hz

EFFECTS

Modulation Effects Tremolo, Vibrato, Chorus, Flanger, Phaser, Wah-wah, Amp, Rotary, Delay, Equalizer, Compressor
Insert Effects Sound chain: SOUND + COMPRESSOR + AMPLIFIER + EQUALIZER + EFFECTS
Reverb Effects Small/Large Room, Small/Medium/Large Hall, Plate, Spring, Tape
Master EQ 3 Band Parametric, 5 band Graphic

INTERFACE

Display Multi-Touch Panel, Custom Configurable Interface, High Resolution Display (480x272 px, color, 4,3”)

Data Memory

6 memory families, 192 presets, 192 user

Connections

Midi In/Out/Thru, Digital S/PDIF out, USB to Host and to Device, Headphone, Audio Output L/R Unbalanced/Balanced, Audio Input L/R, Pedals: Sustain (gradual), Sostenuto, Soft, Controller 1 and 2: for switch or continuous controllers, programmable function

USB to Host MIDI over Usb, Editor
USB to Device Load and save data on a Pen driveMedia player (.wav, .mp3, .aiff, .aac, .m4a, .ape, .ogg), Midi player

OTHER

Internal Amplification 4x40 Watt / 2x6'' Woofers - 2x3'' Mids - 2x1 Tweeters
Colours and Finishes White high gloss, Black high gloss
Dimensions (WxHxD) cm 146,2 x 120,7 x 44,8 - 57,5'' x 47,5''1 x 17,63''
Weight Kg 106 / Lbs 233

DETAILS

SOUND GENERATION

SOUND GENERATION

The Physis Piano generates sound through a Patented system of mathematical algorithms. This process reproduces with absolute fidelity the dynamics and physical-acoustic phenomena of the piano – giving you the absolute most expressive and authentic playing experience.

Taking over 7 years of intense research, the Physis Piano contains six different sound generation algorithms: Acoustic Piano Model (APM), Electric Piano Model (EPM), Wurly Piano Model (WPM), Harpsichord Piano Model (CPM), Mallet Acoustic Model (AMM), High Definition Sound Engine (HDSE). This sound library has been designed and optimized to give you a set of reference sounds of a fidelity never experienced before. The expressive possibilities of the Physis Piano are limitless. This instrument gives you not only a great control over the sound, but also endless customization. You can create your own piano – modifying the length of the piano, the resonance of the strings, the morphology of the hammers and much more! Or, configure your own electric piano – modifying the position of the transducers or the size of the tone bar. Everything thanks to the amazing internal computational power which is estimated at up to 24 BILLION calculations per second!

Every Physis Piano sound is customizable.
The instrument has 192 ‘ready-to-use’ preset sounds – with many more available for you to customize to suit your tastes and needs. These sounds can be combined in ‘Dual’ and ‘Split’ modes. Your combinations can easily be saved in Memory. You’ll find programming of sounds both powerful and intuitive. Thanks to physical modeling, there are new and limitless possibilities to create your own sounds.  The power is in your hands to create exactly what you want!

Dynamics of the Timbre and your touch are intertwined

Physis Piano’s Physical modeling technology offers numerous advantages when compared with traditional and commonly used ‘sampling’. One of the advantages is the continual variation of the timbre in real-time while you play it. When you play an acoustic piano the intensity of the touch affects not only the volume, but also the tone. This is an ongoing, organic process. Physis technology accurately reproduces this phenomenon by reacting continually and proportionally as you modify your touch. Sampled pianos have clearly perceptible discontinuities in timbre and dynamics related to the samples used for different key velocities.

 

AMPLIFICATION

Amplification

A specially designed sound system provides absolute clarity and natural resonance. 

When playing a grand piano you experience the psychoacoustics of a typical spread of sound in space. The 6 speakers and the 4-way sound system of the Physis Piano are able to reproduce this “three-dimensional” perception with acoustic clarity and beauty. This specially designed sound-reproduction system combines with the exceptional nature of physical modeling to give you and the listener the realistic sense of an acoustic piano.

CONNECTIONS

Connections

A system of complete “connectedness”.

In addition to standard MIDI, audio and headphones, the Physis Piano V100 is provides you two USB connections (host and device). Through the latter you can connect a computer or tablet and unlock a world of possibilities with 3rd party music applications. Through the USB host port you can connect a USB thumb drive to save or load all types of Physis data  (Sounds, Memories, MIDI, Songs). You can even save and share your physical model settings with friends!

RECORDER

Recorder

An easy-to-use Recorder

Recording and playback is a useful way to save and evaluate your performance. There are 2 recording tracks available to record independently or in combination. Recording is performed in MIDI format. You can also play audio files in various formats and store / load your songs onto a USB storage device (like a thumb-drive).

PEDALS

Pedals

The Physis piano pedals allow precise control and unlimited nuance of the sound. 

The pedals of the piano are very important elements in controlling the overall quality of the music you play. The pedals in the Physis piano have unlimited expression so, for example the Gradual Damper gives you unlimited control and coloring over your physical-model piano sound. In fact it’s possible to achieve “acoustic like” properties like “half-pedaling” as well as any other pedal shading you may desire. In addition, all three pedals are programmable  providing you even more versatility.

VIDEOS

PHYSIS PIANO video tutorial: the physical modeling

PHYSIS PIANO video tutorial: the micro parameters

PHYSIS PIANO video tutorial: electric piano models (part 1)

PHYSIS PIANO video tutorial: electric piano models (part 2)

PHYSIS PIANO video tutorial: mallet model

Expression pedal controlling mallett hit position

Expression pedal controlling pad volume

Expression pedal controlling strings volume

Expression pedal controlling Wah Wah FX

Modeling a Rock Piano

Modeling Piano the Lennon Soun

Playing with accompaniment from an audio file

E Piano Pedal Configuration

How to turn a Vibe in a Fantasy Pad

Morphing an HDSE sound