Casio's Privia digital pianos are renowned for their authentic playability and lifelike sound. Now, the PX-S1000 brings a fresh new design to the Privia series, bringing smart technology into your musical life. With its sleek glossy panel and unibody chassis, the PX-S1000 evokes a high-end acoustic grand, in a svelte modern design that's not much larger than the keys themselves. The touch sensor controls are revealed only after the power button is pressed and are easy to see in any light. They fade away when powered off, leaving only a clean, seamless top panel. And thanks to Casio's newly designed fully weighted Smart Scaled Hammer Action keyboard, the PX-S1000 provides uncompromising piano touch with a proprietary key scaling system that reproduces the characteristics of each of the 88 notes, while ebony and ivory key textures ensure confident, comfortable playing in any climate.
The PX-S1000 is loaded with 18 onboard Tones, including a gorgeous stereo grand piano. String resonance brings out the harmonic bloom between vibrating strings, while damper resonance adds natural richness and depth. When you play the PX-S1000, you hear the mechanical sounds of dampers rising, and keys being pressed and returning to their original position. For even greater detail, hammer response and key-off simulation react naturally to your playing dynamics. You'll also find lifelike tine and reed electric pianos, organs, strings, vibraphone, harpsichord, and more.
Privia pianos have become popular with Sweetwater's gigging keyboardists because they deliver authentic grand piano sound and feel in a compact package. But now Casio has managed to make the PX-S1000 43% smaller than previous generation Privias without compromising performance. The PX-S1000 will not only look great in any room in your home; but when it's time to play out, you'll really appreciate its light weight (under 25 pounds) and optional 6xAA battery power.
Customize your PX-S1000 by downloading the free Chordana Play for Piano app. Change instrument settings, control the MIDI recorder, and develop your technique while learning your favorite MIDI songs with an intuitive piano roll that grades your playing. View PDF scores, and use Casio's optional SP-34 3-pedal unit (or third-party Bluetooth pedals) to turn pages while playing. The integrated audio player gives you independent control over pitch and tempo, and can remove melodies or vocals from your audio files.