Roland Kiyola Piano Review

May 26, 2023
David Sunnyside

The roland kiyola piano review is a beautiful example of design meets modern technology and the result is something very unique in the digital piano market. The Kiyola is available exclusively in the MoMA Design Store and has a mid-century modern style cabinet and bench made from custom natural woods that will be a beautiful addition to any home. It is also a very high quality and sophisticated instrument in terms of internal digital piano features and functions.

The digital piano itself is powered by Roland’s SuperNATURAL piano sound modelling and key-sensing technology via the PHA-50 keyboard which give the player a feel and response similar to a traditional acoustic piano. This paired with a powerful speaker system and acoustic piano sounds and instruments makes the piano enjoyable for experienced pianists as well as beginner musicians.

Another nice feature of the KF10 is that it can be connected to external music and learning apps with either Bluetooth audio or Bluetooth MIDI wireless connectivity. There is also a USB port that can be used for more high-speed data transfers or for connecting additional music and learning devices such as sheet music players.

This model is also loaded with a variety of additional voices and instruments including more than 270 total tones which include three types of piano tones (grand, upright, electric) as well as 265 other tones, eight drum sets and an SFX set. It also provides unlimited polyphony for the piano tones and 384 notes of polyphony for all other voices.

David Sunnyside
Co-founder of Urban Splatter • Digital Marketer • Engineer • Meditator
linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram