Digital piano maker Roland’s digital pianos have been a hot commodity for years.
But with the advent of the internet and the popularity of online lessons, the company is now getting into the business of selling the digital piano on a mass scale.
Digital Devil Saga, the first installment of the series, chronicles the company’s history and is a great introduction to the digital pianist.
In the first half of the film, Roland is selling his company’s digital piano to an individual who’s trying to find a good home for it.
As the movie opens, we see Roland using his digital piano and performing in a show.
It’s a pretty standard show, except for one small detail: His piano is not playing any notes.
Instead, it plays a random digitized piece of sound from the internet.
As he’s playing, the random piece of noise is replaced by a sound that’s played by a real piano.
As you can see, Roeland is a master at playing random sounds in his digital pianism.
The film ends with Roland playing the same piece of random noise from the Internet that he played at the start of the movie.
If you want to learn more about digital pianists, check out this story about the origin of digital pianisms in the New York Times.