Exactly so. And more, such as the complex interactions that happen in
the decay of a sustained chord, etc...
Lou Judson • Intuitive Audio
On Mar 13, 2006, at 12:48 PM, Karl Miller wrote:
> On Mon, 13 Mar 2006, Lou Judson wrote:
>> Yeah, but a fine player can get a LOT more out of wood and steel in
>> way of expression and nuance.
> For me, there is much more than that...when you play any two notes on a
> piano, the is a reinforcement of partials producing a sound that, as
> as I know, cannot be replicated on a digital instrument...at least,
> not to
> my knowledge. The digital instrument would have to know both pitches
> the relative amplitudes of both and then reinforce the overtones as
> needed. Other notes could be added to the chord producing far more
> Also, as far as I know, a sostenuto pedal on a digital piano would be