In other words, if I am playing 2 or 3 sounds layered together in the right hand along with 4 instrument sounds & drum patterns (which includes auto chord arrangements) in the left hand on a digital piano, and I am playing about 6 or 7 notes minimum at a time on the keyboard using both hands with sustain pedal being depressed by my foot at the proper times along with recording it on separate tracks, I would need enough polyphony (digital note memory) to keep it all going. Most people don't play that way so polyphony needs are relative to how well you play, the type of music you'll be playing, the way the acoustic piano sound was sampled on that piano, and how many sounds and features you would use at one time along with how you record them.
|Yamaha - 256 note polyphony|
|Yamaha YPG535 - 32 note polyphony|
|Kawai - 192 note polyphony|
|Roland - 128 note polyphony|
|Kawai CP3 - 256 note polyphony|
|Casio PX860 - 256 note polyphony|
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