The Yamaha S90 XS Music Synthesizer is an exceptional keyboard for performing and creating. Publisher does not accept liability for incorrect spelling, printing errors (including prices), incorrect manufacturer's specifications or changes, or grammatical inaccuracies in any product included in the Music123 catalog or website. By clicking Confirm bid, you commit to buy this item from the seller if you are the winning bidder.
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Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase you maximum bid amount. Its highlights include convenient, realtime controls for adjusting the sound as you play, the ability to record audio to USB memory, extensive computer music features, ease of use, and compact size and portability.
This keyboard is my primary set of keys that I play on stage using several of the sounds to accompany the band. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable.
The S90 XS adds a huge 142 megabytes dedicated exclusively to high-quality piano waveforms, for a total of 456 megabytes of instrument samples. Foremost among these piano sounds are the samples taken from Yamaha's world-renowned S6 concert grand piano.


I'd like to hear a better full brass sound when the band plays without our brass section leaving me to fill in their parts.It is easy to change sounds on the fly making it nice during a song. This synthesizer fully captures the richly textured sound of the wonderfully expressive S6, and provides a warm, concert grand piano sound.In the past, conventional keyboards had sounds designed primarily for the listener. Nothing worse then grooving along and you have to think about a part coming up that requires an instant change and then back again. Yamaha reasoned that when a performer hears and experiences the best possible sound, their performance would be the best possible too.
The result is the S90 XS, a genuine musician's instrument that truly inspires the live performer as well as the music creator and arranger.Streamline your performanceThe S90 XS electronic keyboard lets you quickly and conveniently create your own custom performances with the amazingly fast and easy Performance Creator feature.
Select a voice, then quickly program layers and splits-even assign a drum voice complete with arpeggios to create your perfect performance. The percussion tracks worked out well along with some of the other sounds to layer in.I do wish they'd find a way to weight the keys without all the weight of the keyboard. Let's say that you're playing a piano voice and you want to layer a string sound on top of it.
Simply press the layer button, then select the desired voice category and voice, and store your new performance with the press of a button.The panel controls of the Yamaha S90 XS have been designed and positioned for optimum, intuitive operation, especially for live performances.
For example, with the top-panel controls you can quickly select a part, turn it on and off, set arpeggios and turn them on and off, and switch on arpeggio hold, in addition to instantly tweaking important synthesizer parameters using the knobs and sliders.Ideal for live performersThe S90 XS keyboard synth has a host of other features that live performers will appreciate, such as the combo input jack that accepts mic input. Just plug in a microphone, adjust the input gain knob (while checking the convenient peak lamp),and you're set.
This remarkable feature lets you instantly capture what you play on the keyboard (including arpeggio playback) to your USB device.


If you've connected a microphone or guitar, you can record your singing or playing as well.
You can also record audio directly to the internal flash memory (192 megabytes) built into the instrument without the need of a memory device. Keep in mind that anything you've recorded to the memory device (even audio files created on your computer) can be played back on the Yamaha S90 XS, which means you can create your own custom audio backing tracks and perform along with them. For example, you can create a basic song track beforehand, then sing and solo over it during your performance or add guitar parts and vocal harmonies to be played back during your live performance. There's also a useful song chain function that lets you string together separate recordings and create a convenient backing track "set list" for your gigs.88-key balanced keyboardThe S90 XS has balanced hammer-effect on its 88 keys for those players who need a full-range, full-scale keyboard.
It's exceptionally portable and absolutely perfect for live performers and gigging musicians.Software integrationThe Yamaha S90 XS is also a perfect companion for your computer music production system, serving both as a master keyboard and a full-function, multitimbral tone generator. With the Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) remote function and its 50 different control templates, you get amazingly easy, intuitive control over your main DAW software and Virtual Studio Technology (VST) instruments directly from the panel controls.
Moreover, the Voice Editor and Remote Editor software gives you convenient, comprehensive computer control over all the sounds, settings, and functions of the S90 XS keyboard synth.



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