[Digital Pianos] What is VRM (Virtual Resonance Modeling)?

Last Update: 5/29/2020

Target Products:  AvantGrand N3X / N1X / NU1X, Clavinova CVP-809GP/ 809 / 805 / 709GP/ 709 / 705 / 701, CLP-695GP/ 685 / 675 / 665GP/ 645 / 635 / 585 / 575, CSP-170 / 150
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In a grand piano, when the damper pedal is pressed, all the dampers are lifted, not just those of the strings you are playing. The vibration of the strings you are playing are transmitted to the other strings and the sound board. The sound resonates throughout the entire body of the instrument.

The VRM (Virtual Resonance Modeling) technology recreates the distinctive sound of a grand piano by faithfully simulating the complicated interaction of both string and soundboard resonance.

Depending on the timing of keys being played and the timing/depth of damper pedals when pressed, VRM produces various resonant sound, and allows for richly-varied playing expressions.

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