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Electric Keyboard

The electric keyboard is a musical instrument, which is played using a piano keyboard and produces sound with the help of electricity. In earlier times, the keyboard was mechanical but these days the electric variety is used more than the traditional piano. The traditional piano is a keyboard instrument, but it is not electronic in any way. Synthesizers, workstations and portable arrangers are keyboard instruments that use electricity.

Electric keyboard produces a variety of sounds and this is done by combining, as well as generating, signals of various frequencies. The frequencies are converted into the electrical signals and then amplified to produce sound through the speakers. But the root of the electric keyboard is in the piano itself, it has evolved from the traditional piano.

Modern keyboards came into existence only in the later part of the 20th century, almost in the 1970s. This new revolution started about thirty years ago. It is not a very old form of musical instrument. But since it was introduced, it has gained in popularity over the years. The effect of the electronic keyboard is visible in all parts of the music industry.

Everybody today prefers these kinds of keyboards. Today's bands, groups and musicians have had a boost in popularity due to the electric keyboard. The sound that is produced is simply perfect when played in front of a live audience. They have also made it possible to produce unusual sound effects that have added extra attraction to their music performance.

Almost all the bands have begun to use the electric keyboard regularly since the 1980s. Most popular songs of the 1980s feature music using electric keyboards. The best part of these keyboards is ability to replicate the sound of the traditional piano as well as many other instruments.

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