The piano sound comparison project

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Welcome to your PianoSound, hosted by

This project is about comparing side by side the sound of (digital for now) pianos, including physical digital pianos and software piano. Please contribute!

Obviously this will not be the ultimate guide to digital (or software) piano purchasing, because there are many other factors in addition to sound, including speakers/soundboard (for digital piano and staying closer to the sound) as well as action, playability, pedaling and a plethora of other factors.

List of contributed instruments, by brand

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This wiki is being developed so that everybody can hear what another instrument sounds. It works only if everybody share what they have. Everybody is you too.

If there will be not too much vandalism, we will keep allowing adding new content anonymously!


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