On the basis of “note-off”:
The NU1XA shows note-off samples in the ‘spec sheet’; however, when looking at the manual, note-off is not present. Now, this could simply mean that the note-off samples are there, but the user can no longer adjust these; therefore, it is no longer available as a “piano-room” (VRM) editable parameter.
Now, the CLP-745 follows on the same principle: spec sheet shows note-off, but the manual does not.
The P-525 does not show note-off on the spec sheet, nor in the manual, and I’m wondering if the omission of note-off from the spec sheet is an error; simply because the P line is supposed to be identical to the CLP-X45 in terms of sound engine and features.
The P-515 does give the ability to “adjust” note-off via piano-room (VRM).
I’m wondering if Yamaha felt it unnecessary (note-off adjustability) since introducing “Grand-Expression” modeling, but still, the omission of note-off from the P-525 spec sheet might be an error; IMHO!