News | Kurzweil Introduces MP15 Designer Series Digital Piano

Kurzweil Music Systems
August 30th, 2012


Kurzweil Introduces MP15 Designer Series Digital Piano
features PC3 sound technology and ambience effects

Kurzweil Music Systems- a division of Young Chang and Hyundai Development Corporation - has introduced the MP15 Designer Series digital piano featuring PC3 sound technology, ambience effects, a stereo surround system and a newly designed user interface.

The MP15 piano starts with 88 Real-Hammer™ keys with 10 adjustable response settings. The sound engine is built upon Kurzweil's PC3 professional sound technology and includes Kurzweil's Triple Strike Piano and 128 other hand-picked sounds - including 8 acoustic pianos, 8 classic electric pianos, 8 organs, 16 synth and lead sounds, 24 orchestral instruments, 16 guitars, 16 drum & percussion kits, and more. The PC3 sound engine is capable of up to 32 layers per voice and there are 64 of Kurzweil's 4-zone multi-instrument Setups. There are also 60 built-in interactive drum patterns.

The MP15 features a clear-blue 16-character LCD user interface flanked by 16 dedicated sound and setup selection buttons. A 2-track song sequencer lets you record up to two parts separately. The MP15 features Kurzweil's latest multiple ambience effects to add depth and realism to the internal sounds. The piano is powered by a 30 Watt, 2-way stereo surround system with 4-speakers and also comes with stereo inputs, outputs and USB connections. There is an MP3 input on the front of the piano with separate volume control.

The cabinet features console-stye legs, a full modesty panel, adjustable music desk and matching bench - all in dark rosewood finish. The MP15 is designed for students, educators, institutions and houses of worship and is marketed as an in store only product for piano retailers.

For additional info contact:

Gary Girouard
Kurzweil Music Systems
PO Box 633, Falmouth, MA 02541