A Digital Piano is the modern iteration of one of the most popular musical instruments in the history of music - the Piano. The Piano, which has traditionally been acoustic or analog, means it uses mechanical movements to create acoustic sounds. The Digital piano is essentially a more affordable alternative to the larger, more expensive Acoustic Pianos, and are modelled after either Grand or Upright Pianos. While Grand Pianos and Acoustic Pianos use horizontal and vertical strings (respectively) to create the distinguished ‘Piano’ sound, Digital Pianos use pre-recorded audio samples or synth-created sounds to replicate the sounds of an Acoustic Piano. This digital reproduction is made possible thanks to an inbuilt speaker system in the Digital Piano.