I just received a Yamaha DGX-660 and was going through the manual when I stumbled on the "Touch Response" setting.
Below are the available options word-for-word from the manual.
- With a soft touch, the instrument produces a loud sound. The volume level of tones tends to be consistent.
- Standard touch response.
- You must hit the key very hard to generate a loud volume. This allows for versatile expression, from pianissimo to fortissimo tones.
- No touch response. The volume level will be the same regardless of how hard you play the keys.
Now obviously I don't want
Fixed for actual learning as I'd probably only ever select those for the fun voices, but I am kind of curious on
I got this to try to properly learn to play piano and my knowledge of standard pianos are zero to none. I imagine I would want to use
Hard to help properly develop dynamics, but the fact that it isn't the "standard" has me confused on what I should choose and why.
Which one should I be using? If it is
Hard, why wouldn't they just make that the "standard"?