Kurzweil Artis7 - 76-key Stage Piano

76-note Stage Piano with Semi-weighted Keybed, 256 Factory Sounds, 128-voice Polyphony with Dynamic Allocation, MIDI I/O, and USB MIDI
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Kurzweil's Best Sounds in a Gigable Stage Piano

The Kurzweil Artis7 76-note stage piano sets a new standard for incredibly captivating piano sound, while upholding Kurzweil's reputation for powerful and intuitive performance. The Artis7 features an entirely new German 9' grand piano sound, as well as Kurzweil's revered KB3 ToneReal organ sounds. You can quickly fine-tune your sounds via nine sliders and a dedicated front-panel 3-band EQ section. Quick Split/Layer controls make it easy to create lush combinations of sounds, and Favorites buttons make it effortless to find your favorite sounds fast. Call Sweetwater to find out how the Kurzweil Artis7 can enhance your performances.

Kurzweil Artis7 76-note Stage Piano at a Glance:
  • Amazing sounds including German 9' grand, PC3 sounds, and more
  • Fast, intuitive sound management for enjoyable stage performance
  • Dynamically-allocated polyphony and other features for seamless sound and performance
Amazing sounds including German 9' grand, PC3 sounds, and more

Kurzweil has always been known for incredible sounds with depth and realism, and the Artis7 doesn't disappoint. A never-before-heard German 9' grand piano is the star of the show here, but that's just the start. You also get the venerable KB3 ToneReal organ soundset, giving you access to awesome emulations of vintage keys. And with a slew of sounds from the KORE 64 ROM expansion from the Kurzweil PC3, you'll have a top-notch selection of synths, horns, guitars, drums and percussion at your fingertips with the Kurzweil Artis7.

Fast, intuitive sound management for enjoyable stage performance

When you're performing on stage you don't have time to stop and navigate your keyboard settings. While it's easy to create your custom set of sounds on the Artis7 before you hit the stage, it's just as easy to tweak things on the fly too. With nine sliders and a 3-band EQ section right on the front panel, you can tweak your sounds however you need to without missing a beat. And thanks to the Quick Split/Layer control, it's just as easy to combine and layer sounds without needing a set break.

Dynamically-allocated polyphony and other features for seamless sound and performance

While it's not a new feature for Kurzweil it's one of their best - dynamic allocation of polyphony means you'll never hear notes "drop off" when you reach maximum polyphony. So even if you're playing heavily-layered sounds with lots of effects, the Artis7 is selective about which voices to drop in favor of new voices. You don't really need to think about it, but it's a huge deal when you hear how seamless and natural performances sound even with complex sounds.

Kurzweil Artis7 76-note Stage Piano Features:
  • Performance-focused stage piano with 76-note semi-weighted keybed
  • Features a German 9' grand piano with incredible depth and richness
  • Includes the best sounds from the PC3K and KORE 64 ROM expansion including synths, horns, drums, and more
  • Dynamic allocation of polyphony means you'll never hear notes "drop out" when playing complex sounds
  • Dedicated 3-band EQ section makes it incredibly easy to fine-tune any sound fast
Hit the stage with confidence, with the Kurzweil Artis7!

Tech Specs

Number of Keys 76
Type of Keys Semi-weighted, Velocity Sensitive
Other Controllers 1 x Pitch Wheel, 1 x Mod Wheel, 9 x Sliders
Presets 256
Polyphony 128 Notes
Effects Yes
Audio Inputs 1 x 1/8"
Audio Outputs 2 x TRS
Pedal Inputs 2 x Switch Pedal, 1 x Continuous Control
MIDI I/O In/Out/USB
Height 4.37"
Width 42.4"
Depth 14.17"
Weight 27.8 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number AMS-ARTIS-7

Customer Reviews

3.5/5
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4/5

Solid gig machine

Since there is little out on the net regarding this keyboard, I figured I should give it a review... First off, although this is a 76 key unit it will infect fit in a 61 key gig bag. It truly has a small footprint. The keyboard is made of some type of metal but it isn't very heavy so gigging with it is easy on the back or core. I like the fact that the artis 7 comes with a built in AC power supply (much more pro for gigs) The keyboard is fairly easy to manipulate and program if you own an iPad or Laptop computer. I feel the laptop editor is easier than the iPad editor. The keyboard sounds very good and comes with a sustain peddle! Many manufacturers don't include pedals at all. The action is springy and really can't be compared to a piano. That said, it can offer expressiveness if your willing to not compare it to a piano but instead embrace it for what it is. It will give your hands a good work out so if you do go between a piano and this kurzweil( like I do) you won't feel like your cheating.. The artis us just different. Anyway, I approve. Very good keyboard for the price!
Music background: Composer/pianist
3/5

Kurzweil Artis 7 Could Be Perfect with a Weighted Hammer Action

The Recording Studio that I do a lot of work with just purchased the Kurzweil Artis7. I was impressed with the size and lightness of this keyboard. All those perfect Kurzweil sounds especially the Pianos. However, with that said, the "semi-weighted" keybed really bothered me and I made the decision that I would bring my fully weighted PC3X8 whenever I am laying Piano Tracks. I just cannot get into playing piano with these semi-weighted actions. I had the same complaint with all the Nords that I played with those until I was able to play the Nord Electro 4 HP. I have no idea what that HP keybed would be considered because I am not sure it is fully weighted but it is a very impressive Hammer Action. I would suggest that Kurrzweil dump the Semi-wighted keybeds on all of their keyboards of that size (73 or 76) and manufacture future keyboards with that same Fatar TP100 keybed. You can play clavs, organs and electric pianos with it very easy. I love the Artis 8 and I am pretty sure that it has an 88 version of that Fatar Keybed - if Kurzweil is serious about desiging keyboards for performing musicians, this is the best approach. I just read that the new Kurzweil Forte 7 has that keybed but this price is way beyond what I would ever pay for a keyboard - that is why I would never bump up to the Nord Stage 2 or even the new Nord Elecdtro 5D. These companies need to get real - lets get a Kurzweil Artis 7 HP on the market and I will be one of first to purchase.
Music background: Performer, Producer and Instructor
See also: Electric Pianos, Kurzweil, Kurzweil Digital Pianos