1/24/2013 [Pianos & Keyboards]CVP-605, CVP-609 and CVP-609GP Offer Unprecedented Wireless iPad Integration
ANAHEIM, Calif. — At the 2013 NAMM Show, Yamaha Keyboard Division will debut the new Clavinova CVP-600 Series of digital pianos.
From the outstanding grand piano touch of the Graded Hammer 3 keyboard to the intuitive touch panel user interface of the top models, the CVP-600 Series Clavinovas put users in touch with their inner musician. A variety of interactive music entertainment, education and performance features make these digital pianos just as enjoyable for beginners as they are for advanced pianists.
Whether you're learning the piano for the first time or you've been playing your entire life, the Clavinova CVP-600 Series digital pianos deliver cutting-edge features that make music fun and easy for everyone. Besides offering great karaoke sing-alongs, the line-up empowers a single player to sound like anything from a jazz trio to a 100-piece orchestra. And Super Articulation 2 Voices offer the most realistic, expressive-sounding instrument Voices.
When it comes to connectivity, the CVP-605, CVP-609 and CVP-609GP enhance the playing experience with unprecedented wireless iPad integration. Exclusive Yamaha iOS apps let users share their music online, browse performance settings from other power-users and download their favorite new songs directly from www.yamahamusicsoft.com into their Clavinova.
"Clavinova CVP has always been the first and last name in high-end ensemble digital pianos, so it's exciting to see what Clavinovas can now do in the age of the iPad," says Yamaha Digital Piano Marketing Manager Dane Madsen. "With no cabling required, Clavinova users can record, share and archive their performances online and expand their library with the latest song titles available. All this and more is made possible by exclusive Yamaha apps like Repertoire Finder, Visual Performer and MusicSoft Manager, available on the App Store."
Geared towards families seeking an upright alternative, the CVP-600 Series is intended primarily for musical entertainment and education for the entire family.
Industry-leading guide lamps let anyone experience music making even if they've never played before, while Yamaha's Real Grand Expression sound engine delivers incredibly realistic synergy between touch, tone and pedals. Accompaniment Styles with Yamaha Mega Voice technology provide everything from a drumbeat groove to a full band of professional musicians who are always ready to play. The instrument’s versatility additionally makes it a music director’s best friend in contemporary houses of worship.
Slated for shipping in February 2013, the Clavinova CVP-600 Series carries an MSRP ranging from $5,399 to $19,999.
For more information on the Yamaha Clavinova CVP-600 Series, visit Yamaha Corporation of America, Keyboard Division, at Winter NAMM 2013 in the Marquis Ballroom in the Anaheim Marriott Hotel; write Yamaha Corporation of America, P.O. Box 6600, Buena Park, CA 90622-6600; call (714) 522-9011; or email email@example.com; or visit http://4wrd.it/YAMAHAUSA.