KURZWEIL SP7 GRAND
Fueled by the German 9′ grand piano samples found in our flagship K2700 workstation, the SP7 Grand A.T.S.T. engine provides significant advances in realism through support of higher resolution audio, smooth velocity transitions and a 2x oversampling filter.
The SP7 Grand pianos are further enhanced by the use of both string and pedal resonance modeling, envelope/velocity controlled key-off samples as well as half-damper* pedaling, together delivering a heightened piano performance experience (* half-damper pedal sold separately).
A Multitude of FX
21 effect algorithms are available to enhance the SP7 Grand’s rich sound, including reverb, BPM-synced delay, chorus, flange, compression, various distortion types, rotary speaker, tremolo, wah-wah and eq.
Authentic Timbre Synthesis Technology
The SP7 Grand is designed upon our new synthesis platform A.T.S.T. and marks a new era in Kurzweil technology. Built around our custom semiconductor, A.T.S.T. features high fidelity audio, streamlined sound programming and boasts near seamless velocity layer transitions.
256 Voices of Polyphony!
Serious polyphony to power your most demanding performances!
2 Gigabytes of Factory Sounds!
The SP7 Grand offers 512 multi presets organized into 13 categories and features our German “D” 9 ft. Concert Grand derived from the K2700.
Color Touch Display
Navigate the SP7 Grand via its elegant 1024 x 600 pixel, high resolution, 7″ color LCD touch screen.
USB Audio Interface
The 2-in-2 out 24 bit/48 kHz audio interface easily connects to your Mac/PC via USB. Mix with the various effects on the SP7 Grand to create new sounds. Loopback functionality further expands the production capabilities.
Express yourself and enhance your performances using the SP7 Grand’s programmable pitch/mod joystick, 8 knobs, 8 buttons, 2 switch pedal inputs and continuous control pedal input. Customize the colors of the various front panel knobs and buttons to suit your style and application.
Easy Access Transpose Controls
Dedicated -/+ transpose controls conveniently located on the left front panel.