Unmatched Piano Realism
Williams digital console and digital grand pianos have up to 64 times larger sound memory than similar digital grand pianos. This means more lifelike piano sounds than any you’ve heard before from a digital instrument.
For example, similar pianos record a short piece of a piano note, then loop that over and over as the note decays.
Williams recorded almost every note of a grand piano for its full duration, then recorded again and again at quieter and louder dynamics, for unmatched piano realism.
Other keyboard manufacturers record only a small sliver of the note, and then repeat it at lower volumes across time, resulting in sterile, artificial sound.
Williams Whole Note
Williams records the entire note, from initial attack to final decay, providing a full and rich sound experience across the entire spectrum.
Whole Note Technology
Williams Whole Note technology captures the full length of the piano note. Listen to the decay of these piano chords as they continue to evolve in complex ways, just like a real grand piano.
The result of Williams Whole Note approach is the natural sound of a concert grand piano, which moves and evolves as you hold down a chord.
Pianos Featuring Williams Whole Note Technology