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Seaboard Keyboard

For centuries the interface on the black and white piano keyboard has existed without major changes, but recently a new musical instrument called Seaboard was presented by Roli as "The evolution of the piano keyboard." The Seaboard has a highly pressure-sensitive interface, allowing the musician to manipulate sounds, create modulations on the keys and make tonal changes in a very singular way, it also enables very interesting transitions between acoustic and digital music.

In the video below you can see how the instrument works.




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