Tyros3: Coming to a Yamaha Dealer Near You

11/21/2008 [Pianos & Keyboards]

Bouvier's Music Center in Florida Hosts Exciting Yamaha Event

OCALA, Fla. — Over 100 people attended a special Tyros3 keyboard demonstration and clinic featuring Mark Anderson, marketing manager, portable keyboards, Yamaha Corporation of America.

Tyros 3 Dealer Event
Event attendees were encouraged to experiment. Bob Black, piano teacher at Bouvier Music, took advantage of the opportunity.
Hosted by Bouvier's Music in Ocala, the event took place at the Hilton Hotel and featured a buffet dinner as well as musical demonstrations.

Playing the Tyros3 Arranger Workstation is like controlling a virtuoso musician who happens to play hundreds of instruments.

"It's uncanny how human-like some of the voices sound," said Anderson. "Tyros3 utilizes the latest technological advances from Yamaha, which means that the best just got a whole lot better."

Tyros 3 Dealer Event
Mark Anderson captivated the crowd with an informative and entertaining presentation.
Equipped with the most advanced instrument voices that Yamaha has ever created, Super Articulation 2, Tyros3 lets players simulate subtle sonic nuances and performance techniques associated with wind instruments, like legato, staccato and vibrato. Special Articulation Control buttons add pitch bend and glissando to note-on and note-off events. Other voices are culled from Yamaha's flagship Motif synthesizer and a new algorithm voices guitar parts like a real guitar player.

Almost every aspect of the computer-compatible Tyros3 has been redesigned and upgraded, from the stunning sounds, to the layout of the controls to the addition of faders and a high-resolution TFT 7.5-inch VGA color screen that is visible from every playing angle.

For more information, write Yamaha Corporation of America, Pro Audio & Combo Division, Portable Keyboards, P.O. Box 6600, Buena Park, CA 90622; telephone (714) 522-9011; or e-mail: infostation@yamaha.com.

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