If you’re not sold on a digital keyboard, there are some advantages you should consider. Along with being much lighter and compact than an acoustic piano, digital keyboards generally cost far less as well.
Morris Brothers are the keyboard experts, so read on to learn some more benefits of going digital according to the mastersl.
Volume is easily controllable
Looking to run a quieter practice session? This is possible on a digital keyboard by using headphones. There is an extensive sound sets built into digital keyboards, and you can easily add percussion, woodwinds, brass, and more to your performance, replicating an orchestra all while having full control over the volume.
The ability to record
Most digital keyboards allow you to record your performance. This can be very helpful when you are learning to play. Recording and sequencing capabilities can also help you to create your own songs!
Most digital keyboards have MIDI capability as well, so you can connect to computers and recording equipment via a USB port. This makes connections with various audio gear much simpler. Some models even allow for flash memory cards to transfer music to other devices.