Whaletone pianos are elegant musical instruments with the look of orcas and dolphins. So far, the company has created two models of digital piano, the Royal Digital and Grand Hybrid. Each model of Whaletone Grand Hybrid can be tailor-made on individual request and is adapted to chamber performances. However, if connected appropriately to discreet socket, it will fill a stadium of any size with its sound.
Whaletone Grand Hybrid is the smaller equivalent of Whaletone’s pioneer project the Royal Digital. That means that piano needs much less space and it is easier to be transported while the best acoustic features are remained unchanged.
However, apart from the smaller size, Whaletone Grand Hybrid first of all offers completely new solutions in the play mechanics. Addressing musicians’ needs, their sensitivity to the subtleness of the play elements, we have designed a completely new system which is meant to make the manner of playing the instrument even more similar to the one which is felt while playing acoustic instruments. A system which joins classical mechanics with all the digital possibilities indicates the direction in which Whaletone grand pianos develop.
With the help of the Moving Keys function the Whaletone’s users may listen faithfully imitated performances of their favorite artists, download new pieces, record and play their own music with full dynamics and the visual effect of the moved keys. This function, integrated with the net, connected to a growing library, is controlled with an iPad delivered together with the system. Whaletone is an independently playing digital instrument which emits strong and clear sounds. The internal digital amplifiers boast more than 200W of power per channel, with frequency response ranging from an impressive 18Hz to 24kHz.
The grand piano is always prepared upon individual order and is strictly adapted to their preferences and requirements, always unique, marked with an individual number and dedication. With the help of patented SuperNATURAL technology, the on-board processor generates an authentic version of a string grand piano. The users can choose between three types of sounds: Concert, Studio and Brilliant, and then 30 selectable variations of these as well as 10 sounds of electric pianos in 15 variations. The instrument can also recreate the acoustic profiles of vintage pianos from the 1960s to 1980s.