Yamaha Rolls Out Keyboards at Summer NAMM 2007

7/27/2007 [Music Production Tools ]

Portable Digital Piano and Completion of the Arranger Workstation Line Among the Highlights

Summer NAMM '07
AUSTIN, Texas — The Yamaha Corporation of America, Pro Audio & Combo Division will exhibit several new products at Summer NAMM, an industry-only trade show that will be held in Austin, Texas. On display at the booth will be several new keyboards.

PSR-S900 Keyboard
PSR-S900 Arranger Workstation
With the introduction of the PSR-S900 and the PSR-S700, Yamaha now offers a complete line of powerful Arranger Workstation keyboards for beginners and professionals alike. The PSR-S900 includes Super Articulation voices for sonically realistic instrument sounds, easy-to-use USB audio recorder, video out, USB storage and 891 instrument Voices. The PSR-S700 is packed with professional features, including 813 instrument voices and 16 drum kits, as well as enhancements that beginners can appreciate, including Performance Assistant, which ensures that every rendition is free from mistakes.

NP30 Keyboard
NP-30 Portable Grand Digital Piano
The new NP-30 Portable Grand Digital Piano weighs just 12 lbs. An entirely new class of Yamaha digital piano, it offers quality, value and unprecedented portability without sacrificing playability. The NP-30 features 76 Graded Soft Touch piano-style keys, AWM stereo-sampled piano voices and it can also perform as a basic home-studio MIDI controller.

YDPS30 Digital Piano
YDP-S30 Console Digital Piano
The YDP-S30 Console Digital Piano provides piano playing enjoyment for all skill levels and expands the YDP line with a completely new slimmed-down design. It delivers a traditional acoustic piano playing experience with the benefits of digital audio, including permanent tuning stability, the ability to practice privately via the use of headphones and a choice of six instrument Voices.


PSR-OR700 Keyboard
PSR-OR700 Arranger Workstation
Mediterranean, Middle Eastern and Arabic music lovers now have the ability to play scales that differ from the Western system of music notation with the PSR-OR700 Arranger Workstation. It also includes ethnic content, including instrument Voices and rhythm sounds, and special panel control buttons for tuning on the fly.

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