Roland RD-64

Fully Weighted 64-key Digital Stage Piano with 12 SuperNATURAL Sounds, Ivory Feel-G Keybed, Stereo Aux Input, and Both MIDI and Class-compliant USB Connectivity
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Full-weight Keys in a Lightweight Keyboard!

The Roland RD-64 keyboard gives you the sound and feel of a Roland digital piano, but in a lighter, more compact, and more affordable package. Perfect for gigging or simply getting out of the studio when you feel like composing, the RD-64 is one of the few 64-key, piano-action keyboards you can comfortably carry under your arm. Its 64-key Ivory Feel-G keybed provides the authentic piano touch you demand, and Roland's SuperNATURAL pianos, EPs, clavs, and organs add sound to match. Get your Roland RD-64 from Sweetwater!

Roland RD-64 Digital Stage Piano at a Glance:
  • 12 amazing SuperNATURAL sounds onboard
  • 64 of the best-feeling keys around
  • Plays well with the rest of your music gear
12 amazing SuperNATURAL sounds onboard

Why settle for a single piano sound when you can pick up a Roland RD-64 and get 12 amazing instrument sounds for a cut-rate price? With Roland's awesome SuperNATURAL sound engine onboard, the RD-64's organs whirl, EPs glisten, and grand piano thunders to life. Not only are the sounds incredible lush, they respond perfectly to your playing dynamics, enhancing your performance with the kind of subtleties you'd expect from nothing short of the real deal.

Sixty four of the best-feeling keys around

No one knows better than Roland that great sounds aren't enough to build an awesome digital piano. That's why they've always been on the cutting edge of keybed design - and you'll feel that at work from the very first time you get your hands on this RD-64. That's because the RD-64 comes equipped with one of Roland's Ivory Feel-G keybeds. From the lowest bass to the highest treble, each individual key provides the balance, resistance, and response you'd expect if you were seated at a real grand piano.

Plays well with the rest of your music gear

Got an iPad? Use a DAW? Maybe you're already rocking a Roland Jupiter-80 or 50. In any case, you're going to love how easy it is to connect your RD-64 to your favorite music-making gear. Take your pick: the RD-64 comes with old-school MIDI onboard plus class-compliant USB. So if you're rocking out with Apple's Garageband or one of the other incredible iOS music apps out there, all you need is a Camera Connection Kit and you're good to go.

Roland RD-64 Digital Stage Piano Features:
  • An ultra-portable 64-key digital piano that sounds and feels amazing
  • The perfect choice for gigging keyboard players and pianists
  • 64-note Ivory Feel-G keybed provides the realistic weight, texture, and response for each key
  • 12 versatile tones onboard, including SuperNATURAL Pianos, EPs, clavs, and organs
  • Stereo audio input (RCA phono type) lets you connect and play along with your portable music player
  • High-quality reverb and 2-band equalizer
  • MIDI and class-compliant USB connectivity provides controller functionality with your DAW, synths, and even your iPad
Get the sound, feel, and performance you need anywhere, with a Roland RD-64 from Sweetwater!

Tech Specs

Number of Keys 64
Type of Keys Ivory Feel-G (Fully Weighted)
Other Controllers Pitchbend, Mod Wheel, D-BEAM
Presets 12
Polyphony 128 Notes
Effects Yes (Reverb)
Audio Inputs 1 x Stereo (RCA)
Audio Outputs 2 x 1/4", 1 x 1/4" (Headphones)
Pedal Inputs 1 x Damper, 2 x Switch/Expression
Height 4.62"
Width 43.87"
Depth 10.75"
Weight 28.2 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number RD-64

Customer Reviews

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Sounds and feels great. Fits in my trunk.

This little ax has converted me from a Yamaha keyboard fan. Sounds great; feels great; and it's not a chore to lift it into my car trunk, where it fits nicely.
Music background: semi-pro

Perfect for the Road

The very first keyboard I owned was a Roland RD 100. It was a graduation gift, but I can remember not being truly satisfied with the sounds on that keyboard so I quickly upgraded to a Kurzweil PC88 when i got the chance and have had that board for the past 14yrs. I've recently been able to upgrade my gigging set up and I wanted to go as portable as possible. I saw this board and let me say that I am 200% glad that I made this purchase. It is perfect for the road. Fits in the trunk or back seat of a small car easily and it only has the sounds you need to cover most gigs (I personally could do without the clav, but that's just me). If you truly wanted more sounds you can hook up your laptop to it and use it as a controller. The feel of the keys is pretty good, they do feel like piano keys. The action is similar to an upright piano in my opinion. I don't think that there are many keyboards that come close to imitating the action of a grand piano. Sorry I'm a purist when it comes to that, but for a gig, this is truly a very good option. I do think that it would have been cool if Roland could have put the controls above the keys instead of at the left of the board, but I'm sure they have their reasons for not doing it. That's about the only thing that I've had to really adjust to. I was also hoping that it would be a little lighter than 28lbs. I've got a Casio CDP 100 that's 88keys and it's 4lbs lighter than this, and the keys and action are about the same. I'm not complaining, the RD64 is still much lighter that the RD100 or Kurzweil PC88. Sweetwater is awesome!! I ordered this board and got it in time to play a gig with it, so I was able to put it through it's paces in a live setting, and I wasn't disappointed. Thank you Sweetwater!!! If you are looking for a portable, lightweight board for the road then this is an option worth considering. At this price point, it is also hard to pass on it.
Music background: College Professor, Jazz Pianist, Church Musician, Composer,

Great keyboard

I love the actin on this keyboard. I reminds me of my VPiano. Sounds good too.
Music background: Student, Composer, Producer

Unique sound, convenient size

I received my RD-64 a few weeks ago, and I'm generally happy with it. All of the sounds are excellent, but the piano sound is worthy of discussion. This is appreciably different from that of a high-quality sample. The Roland is richer, fatter and punchier, but there is a SLIGHTLY noticeable digital quality (perhaps 0.1% of the total sound). In other words, it's better for colorful styles and instrument combinations than for 100% natural-sounding solo work. The 64-key size is perfect, because 88-key pianos are hard to squeeze into a car and even harder to fit on stage. The RD-64 has a serious omission, though; there is no MIDI in for using the instrument as a sound source in the studio. You can always play the part in via audio, of course, but this makes it impossible to correct mistakes. It is a maddening deficiency in an otherwise highly useful product.
Music background: professional

Roland RD-64

Great concept for a compact hammer action piano. Action feels good and on board sounds are usable. There are a couple of major issues when using as a controller. In piano mode you can use as a controller along with the internal voices, however, FC1 and FC2 cannot be changed from the default soft and sostenuto settings. In controller mode you are able to change these settings but lose the on board sounds. Hope this can be changed with an update.
Music background: Frequent Gigger
See also: Electric Pianos, Roland, Roland Digital Pianos