Dynatone launched high-performing digital pianos featuring a three-sensor keyboard and 256-note polyphony with new sound source ROS V.5 Plus.
This time, I'd like to present Dynatone's new sound source ROS V.5 Plus.
The ROS V.5 Plus sound source combines Dynatone's innovative and unique sampling technology with the sound of finest European grand pianos to produce its refreshingly new sound.
With Dynatone's innovative and unique sampling technology in our pocket, and the sound of finest European grand pianos in the other, the ROS V.5 Plus sound source now enjoys a new birth in its new sound.
Due to the sampling technology Dynatone is able to offer a uniquely expressive tone color, its sound deeply resonating with its player providing the most satisfactory playing experience.
Equipped with the sounds of top tier European grand pianos, the ROS V.5 Plus employs the large-capacity MLFSS (Multi Layered Full Scale Sound) to offer its two distinguished grand piano voices. One button click is all that takes to pick your choice that suits your music. These quality grand piano voices could serve many kinds of musical interests.
The abundant sound of a digital piano requires a memory space that is large enough to contain the high-resolution samples.
Dynatone's ROS V.5 Plus supports a total of 8Gb of memory in order to store all its large-sized MLFSS and MLS (Multi Layered Sound) source.
The MLFSS with its extremely large data size, assigns separate sample data to each portion of dynamic range which is divided into many levels, allowing natural expression of forte and piano. To play it is like to have many different types of high-end grand pianos in one hand, due to its inclusion of diverse grand piano sounds with differing characters. With this wide selection of grand piano voices, all genres and styles ranging from 18th century Baroque to contemporary music are fully covered, its expression more accurately in the character of the style.