The PSR-S950 arranger keyboard debuts Audio Style technology, bringing the realism, nuance and character of live drums and percussion to Styles. Originally introduced on the Tyros arranger keyboard, Super Articulation Voices enhance the sound of performances by adding instrument-specific nuances as you play the keyboard. After visiting my local Yamaha dealer, I had the pleasure of trying out the new Yamaha PSR-S950 keyboard, packed full of accompaniment styles & voices as well as a myriad of additional features. The PSR-S950 workstation keyboard effectively blurs the line between digital and acoustic sound and the result will change your musical perceptions forever. Thank you to Roger Hagarty of Roger’s Music for allowing me access to this keyboard for this recording. Freelance Journalist, Author, Blogger & Podcaster specialising in gaming and technology. Ever since he experienced the first controllable pixel movement on the television screen, he has been entranced by the possibilities and rewarding entertainment value generated from these metal and plastic boxes of delight.
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The Yamaha YPG-635 portable grand is an affordable keyboard that boasts an authentic grand piano like touch. For a limited time, purchase a DGX-660 and get a mic that plugs directly into the keyboard, plus digital sheet music! Yamaha YPG-635 Portable Grand KeyboardThe Yamaha YPG-635 88-Key Portable Grand Piano is an affordably priced 88-key weighted graded hammer action keyboard that boasts an authentic grand piano-like touch. Lyrics, Chord, and Notation DisplayThe Yamaha YPG-635 can display the score to a song whether it comes from the Internet, the internal selections or ones that you record yourself, and the pages scroll automatically when a song is played back – no more page turning. Record Your Own MusicImagine capturing your child's first performance or writing and recording your own songs. Learn How to PlayThe YPG-635 has 30 built-in songs plus 70 more on included CD-ROM for you to learn to play using the Yamaha Education Suite. Featuring Extensive Digital EffectsYamaha has long been a world leader in digital signal processing technology. Full Keyboard ModeThe YPG-635 delivers on its piano theme with a special mode of fingering called Full Keyboard Mode. The Premium Pack includes a set of Nady HP03 closed-back stereo headphones, a Yamaha WB2 padded wooden bench, and Yamaha LP7A three-pedal system.
If I was forced to come up with some negatives about this model, it would be the onboard speakers- weak volume wise and lacking that "depth" in the low ranges not to mention many reviews have said they have a tendancy to blow at prolonged high volume(I've yet to have a prob.
But if you're looking for a solid, high-end sounding piano for your home or studio for under $1000, you can't beat this unit. I am a performing songwriter but I am also a fataher of ten children so budget friendly is everything to me!
As for the feel, sound, features, and such; the possibilities for a songwriter are endless! If you're a songwriter, especially a recording songwriter on budget- BUY THIS PIANO AND LOOK NO FURTHER! I bought it with the deal that contained the bench and three pedal system - most definitely required for a full piano experience.
Just turn it on and go - Yamaha has included many great sound samplings in this instrument, allowing for a host of instruments to be accessed.
There are many advanced features, which do look to have a somewhat steep learning curve - however, since I haven't needed those, I can't comment authoritatively on those.
So far so good - I don't think it is an instrument that is made to be moved frequently or "on the road" - a large part of the device is plastic and doesn't look like it would take a large amount of abuse before having issues. Since the DGX-640 is out (and the "new" version of this keyboard) I think that the pricing should be lowerd a bit; while still manufactured I would imagine that it won't be long before it is discontinued. I chose this one over the DGX-640 because (a) it was about $100 less, and for my needs, the additional benefits of the DGX-640 would rarely (if ever) be utilized, and (b) this has the "wood" accents on the keyboard itself - missing on the DGX-640, I think these accents give the keyboard richer look that is missing from the 640. Haven't needed service, so I am non-commital on this - however, Yamaha has had an excellent history with their musical instruments so I don't expect any problems if I needed support.
If you're buying a keyboard having piano in mind, you'll want Yamaha's Touch Response feature. Bass Ports: A special port on each speaker adds a powerful impact to bass sound reproduction. Stereo (Not just 2 Speakers): We all know that stereo sound adds realistic character and spatial depth.
The PSR-E303 comes with 102 built-in songs and an interactive lesson system, divided into left and right hand parts, for learning them. Dual mode allows you to combine two voices across the keyboard at the same time - for example piano and strings. The PSR_E303 has 102 built-in songs for you to learn to play, using the Yamaha Education Suite. Lesson 2: TIMING mode allows you to play the melody or chord by pressing any key using the correct timing. Lesson 3: WAITING mode stops the playback of a song until you find the correct note and then continues.
Lesson Grading -- monitors your progress as you practice each lessons two and three and gives you a grade.
Chord Dictionary -- shows you how to play chords and tells you which chords you are playing by displaying the notes and chord name on the LCD screen. In electronic keyboards, the more sounds made at the same time - polyphony - the more memory is needed. You're never more than a button push away from the most realistic piano sound in portable keyboards today.
The 400 some odd voices make this an awsome keyboard for recording, performing or practicing. Product DescriptionYamaha Corporation of America continues to build on its successful line of portable keyboard products with the debut of the 61-key PSR292 and 76-key DGX202. When players say that these keyboards speak to them, they mean it, as many of the functions have vocal cues that announce in English. Expandability has become easy and affordable, as both models contain Flash ROM, allowing the user to download new music and store it in the onboard, non-volatile memoryOeliminating the need for a disk drive.
Other professional features include bass ports for enhanced sound, 32 notes of polyphony, Yamaha's exclusive Wave Memory tone generation technology and an easy-to-read, icon-based LCD display.


I compared this board to others in it's price range (and higher), and I found the sounds and features of the DGX202 better than anything I played. The fact that the keyboard doesn't include an AC adapter pretty much forces you to buy the Survival Kit, which is sort of annoying.
One defect - one of the keys is noticeably harder to press than the rest, and it feels "mushy".
Looks pretty good, but if it had more buttons instead of a really long Function menu, it would look better and be easier to use.
Yamaha PSR-E223 General MIDI KeyboardCarefully designed to make playing and learning music fun and easy, the Yamaha PSRE223 keyboard is perfect for the beginner, but provides plenty of room for the novice player to grow. With the PSR-E223 digital keyboard, you're never more than a button push away from the most realistic piano sound in portable keyboards today. The PSR-E223 has 102 built-in songs for you to learn to play, using the Interactive Yamaha Education Suite. In addition to the 102 songs mentioned above, the PSR-E223 also has auto accompaniment styles that follow your playing. Sign up to receive our All Access Pass newsletter, and never miss out on information handpicked for you by our gear experts!
Each Audio Style adds a track of tempo-synch'ed audio from drummers and percussionists around the world. The keyboards allow for the addition of Voices and Styles by loading Yamaha's ever-growing library of Voice and Style Expansions into the 64MB FlashROM. Convenient connectivity options like USB TO HOST, USB TO DEVICE and audio line inputs and outputs allow players to use the PSR-S750 in a variety of exciting ways. We’ve recorded professional musicians to achieve authentic renditions of their instruments and playing nuances and now you can play alongside them.
Writing hundreds of articles including commentary and reviews on various gaming platforms, while also interviewing well known industry figures for popular online publications. The YPG-635 features many more voices and styles than previous models along with brand new DSP effects for improved rotary organ sounds. With the Yamaha YPG-635, you have the equivalent of a built-in multi-track recorder to record one or multiple instrument parts at a time and assign each part to a different track. The songs are separated into left and right hand parts, providing 7 levels of lessons plus a convenient chord dictionary. In fact, Yamaha professional audio products are found in most professional recording studios around the world. This allows the player to play the keyboard like a piano; for example a chord with the right hand and bass notes with the left. Survival Kit includes a two-year extended warranty, full length Watch & Learn DVD, Grand Piano cloth key cover, stereo headphones, bonus coupons and a DVD-ROM. The piano sounds sound slightly tingy through the built in speakers BUT, plug this baby into a mixer or outboard amp and POW! So if you have a chair at your place, keep in mind that it already comes with a sustain pedal, and the headphones are probably the cheapest on the market so I wouldn't bother with buying the package. I only opened the manual once because I was curious about a few commands and wouldn't you know it, they worked exactly how I thought they should!
The stand comes with a "reinforcement steel bar that mounts to the underside of the unit to keep it from sagging! You can play comfortably with an acoustic set (Couple of acoustic guitars, etc.) but other than that, not enough volume to support itself without amplification.
But i did go on the Yamaha site to attempt to register my piano, there is no registration page! And from the reasearch that I've done, other than speaker problems I don't see that happening! I bought the "survival kit" as it advertised the dust cover, but it is nothing more than a felt cloth that just covers the keys. I especially like the fact that there is a button that no matter what is programmed with return the instrument to it's original function of a grand piano sound. It is as good as it gets - as stated above, the "wood" accents make it look better than it's newer cousin the 640. If it is in still good working order at that point, then anything I would buy would be to supplement this one. On an acoustic piano, striking a key harder will produce a louder sound, striking it softer will produce a softer sound. Only Yamaha's best keyboards have the capacity to support and reproduce Yamaha's XGlite voices. In addition, you have the ability to connect to a computer, download more songs from the Internet into the internal Flash ROM, and use all of the Yamaha Education Suite V5 features to help you learn to play them. Split Mode allows you to select a different voice for each hand - for example piano for your right and bass for your left.
Obviously, more is always better, because too little polyphony can cause dropouts in dense passages of music.
One press of the Portable Grand button resets the entire keyboard to a stereo-sampled piano - perfect for when it's time to practice.
Includes a two-year extended warranty, power adaptor, footswitch on models that require it, stereo headphones, bonus coupons and a DVD-ROM.
The XG lite is a less suped up of Yamaha's XG software and the lite alone has a ton of voices. Set to deliver in the third quarter of 2002, the PSR292 and DGX202 retain many of the fun and educational features of their predecessors, with a new emphasis on computer friendliness. The PSR292 and DGX202 have the feel and sound of an acoustic piano with full-sized, touch-sensitive keys, a stereo-sampled piano voice and dynamic filteringOtechnology usually reserved for high-end professional units. The built-in Yamaha Education Suite (YES) contains both right-hand and left-hand exercises, a built-in chord directory and interactive functions that grade the playing of internal exercises. This is easily the best sounding keyboard I've owned to date (this includes Yamahas and Casios).
I may purchase a higher end board soon, but I will keep this one as part of my small studio setup. Also, the piano voice is distinguishable from a real Yamaha grand piano, but difference is still slight. But, the Survival kit includes other stuff (headphones + pedal), so it's not like they're ripping you off or anything. Includes full-sized keys, the Yamaha Education Suite, 102 internal songs and built-in metronome.


One press of the Portable Grand button resets the entire keyboard to a stereo-sampled piano, perfect for when it's time to practice.
Simply select a style of music from the 100 built-in styles, play a single note or chord on the left side of the keyboard and play your melody on the right side.
Available at authorized Yamaha dealers nationwide, these models feature Super Articulation Voices, more performance styles and a number of advanced connectivity options that offer possibilities previously only found on higher-end Yamaha instruments, like the acclaimed Tyros4 arranger keyboard.
It also features Vocal Harmony 2, a tool that augments singers' vocals with 3-part harmonies and effects.
Players can also assign and trigger WAV audio with Yamaha's new Audio Link Multi-Pads, and a re-designed speaker box has extended lows along with a highly efficient digital amplifier and digital EQ to perfectly tailor the overall sound. The PSR-S950’s other incredible features—including Vocal Harmony 2 and Super Articulation for thrilling instrumental and vocal support—will add a whole new perspective to your creativity. The expanded 64-note polyphony adds to the lush sound palette especially when using the on board sequencer. For those that want to learn to play using the Yamaha YPG-635, notation adds a new dimension to the Yamaha Education Suite, allowing you to hear a song while you follow the notes in the display. Six tracks are provided to accommodate sophisticated melodies, chord accompaniment and rhythm parts. The Yamaha YPG-635 takes full advantage of this know-how, giving you an extensive range of twenty-nine, top-quality reverb effects that simulate playing in everything from a small room to a large spacious concert hall and twenty-four chorus effects that add richness to electric pianos and guitars in particular and 182 DSP types for adding everything from distorted guitars to rotary speaker effects. Kind of "always in your face" like that bright stereo face in your car at two in the morning.
The pedal unit is very cheaply constructed (All plastic) and I wasn't aware that the piano came with a sustain pedal in the box! I was hoping for something more substantial like a vinyl cover that completely covered the keyboard.
The result is amazing sound quality and almost 500 voices for you to choose from, offering even greater compatibility with both 3rd party and Yamaha XG software. The PSR-E303 takes full advantage of this know-how, giving you an extensive range of nine, top-quality reverb effects that simulate playing in everything from a small room to a large spacious concert hall and four chorus effects that add richness to electric pianos and guitars in particular. Call up your favorite style of music like Rock, Big Band or Country, press a chord or play Single Finger mode, and the PSR-E303 will follow you through a piece of music, providing all of the drums, bass, piano, guitar, horn and string parts for you.
With the 482 voices found in the PSR-E303, the combinations are limited only by your imagination. Yamaha is known around the world for the quality of our acoustic pianos and this attention to detail is evident as you enjoy the warmth and clarity of the PSR-E203 Portable Grand piano. Playing piano is fast and easy with the Yamaha Portable Grand function, as one dedicated piano-shaped button sets up the keyboard to play as a piano in full keyboard mode. Touch sensitivity is MUCH more precise than a Casio keyboard's at the same price, though the Casio has more features.
Yamaha is known around the world for the quality of their acoustic pianos and this attention to detail is evident as you enjoy the warmth and clarity of this Portable Grand piano.
The PSRE223 will create a backup band (bass, drums, strings, guitar etc.) and follow you through the song.
And because the PSR-E223 is both General MIDI (GM) and XGlite compatible, you have access to thousands of MIDI song files on the Internet.
Additionally, the color screen on the S950 makes the interface clearer and easier to read, while a brushed metal data entry wheel allows for simpler programming.
Traditional portable keyboards normally require you to chord on the left side of the keyboard, in the bass section, which is foreign to most piano players. Granted there are a lot of better pianos on the market right now, but none close to this price range in my opinion. The feel of the weighted keys mimick some great true-life baby grands I have played in my life.
Now, instead of wading through function menus and fighting through a maze of selections, one button is your expressway to music on the web and your computer. And to make it easy and fun, when you select one of the styles, the One Touch Setting function will automatically configure keyboard parameters, such as voice selection and digital effects, to match that selected music style.
The PSR-E303 has 32 notes of polyphony and will play back 16 different parts or sounds at once (16-part multi timbrel); enough for the most demanding needs. And of course, the keyboard includes a Sustain Pedal jack on the back for practicing and playing piano pieces.
And, to make the learning experience complete, a music book containing the internal songs is included. And since it's sort of soft, a lot of times you have to crank up the volume all the way when using it as a Portable Grand, and so there's some "Sssssshhhhhh"-type noise coming from the speakers. You can connect to the MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) port on the back with an optional USB-MIDI Interface like the Yamaha UX16. Plus, with Yamaha's Music Database, simply select from over 200 song titles, and the entire keyboard will set itself up for that song. Once connected, you can play your songs into the computer, edit them if necessary, and e-mail them to your friends and family. I find myself consiously "taking it easy" on the pedal unit for fears of breaking it with normal use!
And with General MIDI (GM) and XGlite compatibility, song data always plays back with the correct sounds. Naturally, the electronic tabla and tanpura—which are indispensable to this type of music—can also be found here. In fact, this keyboard’s tabla and tanpura can be set and played in exactly the same way as stand-alone instruments.
It has its own 10- song, 6-track sequencer, as well as a USB TO DEVICE terminal for rapid, convenient storage of songs, styles, and Registration Memory data.
Meanwhile, a pair of knob-type controllers provides for more-expressive live performances—for example, they can be used for real-time control of assigned effects such as filters or to modify Arpeggio function patterns, of which 162 different types are included. As such, it is suitable for a great many different types of music.Whether studying, playing for fun, or performing for others, you will find everything you need packed into the stylish silver and black body of this class-topping super keyboard.



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