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Smaller and less expensive than "real" pianos, and Yamaha hybrids never need tuning.
This week, we're giving away a stylish $499.99 portable piano that you can tote around for music anywhere. Both beginners and serious performers need apply.
Priced at $20,000 Yamaha's Avant Grand piano might seem expensive for a digital piano, but it's a clone of a $120,000 Yamaha piano.
A curious match: piano maker Steinway & Sons and Danish high-end audio manufacturer Lyngdorf join forces to create luxury audio systems for well-heeled music and home theater lovers.
Digital instrument extraordinaire adds Wi-Fi to its system.
Even we might be able to handle that.
Updated player piano streams tunes from the Net.
If digital recordings were truly better than analog, they would sound more like real music, but digital just sounds different, not better.
Experimental artists may have constructed the cutest musical instrument ever: an "organ" played by mice with a penchant for Brahms, Schubert, and Mozart.