The expression “console”; however still used to depict the column of keys customarily struck by the fingers to bestow push on the comparing hammers and in this way the relating strings; these days as a rule alludes to an electronic “console” able to do a greater number of sounds or tones than a conventional piano. When somebody says they’re a “console player” they normally mean they play something other than the piano. There are such a significant number of synth tones that have no physical instrumental identical (and most: however not all: synthesizers use a conventional piano/organ console as an interface) that they are ordinarily lumped into “console” as an instrument.

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