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ZPI is an abbreviation of Zygotech Polynomial Interpolation and is a propetriary technique invented by Casio in order to generate better and more filtered sounds on their newer synthesizers and keyboards.

The technique involves smoothing out the jagged edges in the wave of a digitally recorded sample, thus reducing the digital noise levels and giving an overall higher fidelity of the sound.

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