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Portable keyboards

Music and Yamaha are synonymous to each other in the industry of musical instruments. Globally, Yamaha is known as among the successful pioneers of musical instruments. With the ever so evolving world the need for travel-friendly gadgets is a necessity and musical instruments are no exception to it. We at Yamaha understand the importance of portability and therefore, we craft our musical instruments that are easily portable and yet deliver exceptional quality of music wherever you go.

When it comes to the idea of portable music, Yamaha electronic keyboards are an ideal musical instrument that an amateur or a professional need to begin experiencing the magical music only our electronic keyboards can produce on the go. We at Yamaha have a range of portable musical keyboards designed specifically for beginners as well as expert musicians.

Kids are quick learners and to complement their fast learning ability Yamaha has a series of portable mini keyboards that make an excellent choice for the little ones who are beginning to explore their musical talent. These electronic portable keyboards are compact, light weight, and are designed specifically for their small fingers so that they can create magic by striking those hassle-free keys.

The Yamaha portable electronic keyboard for kids also has a predefined set of famous tunes that makes learning more exciting. Another interesting feature for these portable keyboards is the auto accompaniment function. This attractive feature exposes and enables your child to learn Indian as well as other distinct styles of music which inspires them to experiment and play more.

The full-size Yamaha portable electronic keyboard for amateurs as well as experts is ideal for learning as well as for performing. These electronic keyboards are designed to deliver exceptional sound even at home owing to the high-quality in-built amplifiers and speakers. The overall touch response experience for all our electronic keyboards are exceptional as they catch every musical expression precisely.

Yamaha has custom-designed the portable electronic keyboards exclusive to India to suit the Indian music genre. The Indian models are designed keeping in mind the Indian musical instruments. Therefore, most of the portable electronic keyboards in India include a predefined set of various Indian musical styles apart from other styles. These styles include Raga scales, Taals, and even music from popular Indian movies that makes learning and creating music fun as well as informative.

Beginners or professional keyboard players who love to travel as well as want to create or learn music on the go should consider Yamaha portable musical keyboard as their go to companion. It comprises of essential features required for playing an electronic piano keyboard.

Yamaha Portable Electronic Keyboard Important Aspects:

Design

Yamaha designs portable electronic keyboards with sheer perfection to make learning and creating music fun, comfortable and a memorable experience. At Yamaha, we understand that one size does not fit all and therefore, we have tailored our electronic keyboards to meet the needs of a beginner from being as small as a child to a professional.

Quality

Yamaha is known to deliver high quality musical instruments worldwide. All our electronic keyboards are designed and assembled using first-class materials that make them highly durable and reliable. Yamaha ensures rigorous quality testing is done with each instrument thereby, meeting the quality standards and expectations of our consumers.

Price

We understand that cost-effectiveness is a key aspect when it comes to investing in any top-notch quality musical instrument and therefore, our aim has always been to deliver premium musical equipment at cost-effective price range. Yamaha portable electronic keyboards price in India have been personalised to meet the demands of the Indian consumers. Yamaha has built electronic musical keyboards at an exclusive and economical price range in India for beginners as well as professionals.

Playability

Yamaha portable electronic keyboards offer a wide range of in-built music features to cater the needs of every type of keyboard player. Yamaha takes pride in the phenomenal quality of sound the electronic keyboards deliver time after time irrespective of the size. High-class and distinct sound notes can be heard from any of the portable electronic keyboards right from the time you hit the first keynote.

Battery-Life

The secondary advantage of a Yamaha portable electronic keyboard is the ability to operate without the need of continuous electricity supply. Yamaha has designed specific musical keyboards that can run on battery power if there is shortage or unavailability of electricity. Dual means of power source i.e. battery as well as USB power is boon indeed for your uninterrupted musical road trips, jam sessions, or even outdoor camping activities.

Ceaseless hard work towards restyling and modernising the musical instruments has made Yamaha today the name trusted by expert musicians worldwide. The portable electronic keyboards by Yamaha are an epitome for what revolution means in today in the world of musical instruments manufacturers.

Yamaha Music India sells original equipment through its online music store. There is an extensive collection of portable electronic keyboards for amateurs and professionals. Explore our website, and we are sure you will find the perfect keyboard as your companion for the magical journey of music ahead of you.

Sours: https://yamahamusicstore.in/musical-instruments/keyboard-instruments/portable-keyboards.html

Best Yamaha keyboards 2021: 10 top picks for home music makers

It’s fair to say that Yamaha knows a thing or two about keyboards. The Japanese company has been manufacturing them since the 1880s, and was responsible for making 54 percent of the portable keyboards sold around the world in 2019. But what are the best Yamaha keyboards you can buy today, and what makes them so special?

The sheer number of Yamaha keyboards can be overwhelming for those thinking of making a purchase, so we’ve narrowed our focus down to the company’s beginner-friendly arranger keyboards (to find out what’s meant by an arranger keyboard, click on the buying advice tab above). This rules out professional stage keyboards like the new CP88, digital pianos such as the P-125, Yamaha’s well-established range of synthesizers, including the MODX and the Motif, synth workstations like the Montage range, and also the wallet-busting Genos arranger keyboard.

Best Yamaha keyboards: Our top picks

Choosing a favourite from such a broad range of keyboards was always going to be a challenge, but in the end we plumped for the Yamaha PSR-E373, as it sits firmly in the sweet spot for breadth of features, quality of sound and value for money. It really is an excellent instrument and should give you years of learning, composing and playing pleasure. There are too many great features to list here, but we were especially sold on the keyboard’s built-in audio/MIDI interface and 38 digital signal processors.

A special mention goes to the Piaggero NP-12 for delivering that satisfying Yamaha digital piano tone in such a classy portable package. It also reintroduced this writer’s 90-year-old mum to the joys of playing piano during the last lockdown!

Best Yamaha keyboards: Product guide

1. Yamaha PSR-E373

A terrific set of features at a fantastic price

Specifications

Price: $335/£242/€285

Keys: 61 full-size

Velocity?: Yes

Voices: 622

Styles: 205

Song recorder: Two tracks, five songs

Polyphony: 48

Power: Mains or six AA batteries

Speakers: Two 2.5W

Dimensions (W x D x H): 945 x 369 x 118mm

Weight: 4.6kg

Reasons to buy

+Lots of pro features for the price +Built-in USB audio interface+Compatible with Rec’n’Share mobile app 

Reasons to avoid

-Only nine user preset slots 

A significant upgrade on its predecessor the PSR-E363, the PSR-E373 offers features and sounds that you won’t even find on some of Yamaha’s most expensive keyboards. Among the impressive selection of 622 voices, there are 11 new Super Articulation Lite presets that faithfully reproduce the tricky-to-mimic nuances of stringed instruments such as the cello and the mandolin.

The PSR-E373 also comes with 205 accompaniment styles, plus a class-leading selection of 38 digital signal processor effects. Sounds can also be layered and/or split across the keyboard with a single button press. Yamaha’s onboard lesson system, Rec’n’Share mobile app compatibility and a useful built-in USB audio/MIDI interface round things off nicely.

With the PSR-E373, Yamaha has hit the sweet spot between features and affordability, but if you need more keys there’s a 76-note version available in the form of the PSR-EW310.

2. Yamaha PSR-SX600

An entry-level arranger keyboard for professionals

Specifications

Price: $870/£629/€739

Keys: 61 full-size

Velocity?: Yes

Voices: 850

Styles: 415

Song recorder: 16 tracks

Polyphony: 128

Power: Mains

Speakers: Two 15W

Dimensions (W x D x H): 1,004 x 410 x 134mm

Weight: 8.1kg

Reasons to buy

+Most-affordable keyboard in the pro SX range +Large, colour LCD+Real-time controls 

Reasons to avoid

-It’s heavy 

Pushing the portability envelope somewhat at a hefty 8.1kg, the PSR-SX600 is the lowest-priced model in Yamaha’s SX range of pro-level keyboards. Blurring the lines between a portable arranger and a proper workstation keyboard, it packs in a lot of high-end features, justifying its status as the most expensive instrument on our list. Real-time control over a range of user-assignable settings, an informative 4.3” TFT colour LCD screen, two powerful 15W speakers and 128-note polyphony are just a few of the highlights here.

There are a staggering 850 voices on tap, 73 of which are the new Super Articulation type, giving extra authenticity to guitar, sax, trumpet, organ and string sounds. With a whopping 415 styles, a playlist organiser, accents and unison features, plus 100MB of expansion memory to load new sounds onto, the PSR-SX600 offers a whole world of musical adventure to explore.

3. Yamaha PSR-E273

Yamaha’s most-affordable E-series keyboard

Specifications

Price: $248/£179/€210

Keys: Six full-size

Velocity?: No

Voices: 401

Styles: 143

Song recorder: One track, one song

Polyphony: 32

Power: Mains or six AA batteries

Speakers: Two 2.5W

Dimensions (W x D x H): 940 x 317 x 104mm

Weight: 4kg

Reasons to buy

+Affordable+Great for beginners+Easy to use  

Reasons to avoid

-Rather basic 

Known as the YPT-270 in some markets, the PSR-E273 is the entry-level product in Yamaha’s E-series of arranger keyboards. Its more-affordable price tag is reflected in the lack of some of the more sophisticated features found on the PSR-E373, such as velocity-sensitive keys, MIDI capability, LCD backlighting, and the ability to split and layer sounds across the keyboard.

You still get a lot for your money, though, including 61 full-size keys, 401 sounds from Yamaha’s renowned AWM sample library, and 143 styles to play along with. With 112 songs, Yamaha’s built-in lesson feature will help you to polish your playing skills, and there’s even an entertaining ‘guess the note’ quiz mode.

The PSR-E273 represents great value for money and would be a lot of fun for any young player starting out.

4. Yamaha PSR-E463

This feature-packed E-series range-topper is still great value

Specifications

Price: $495/£358/€421

Keys: 61 full-size

Velocity?: Yes

Voices: 758

Styles: 235

Song recorder: Six tracks, 10 songs

Polyphony: 48

Power: Mains or six AA batteries

Speakers: Two 6W

Dimensions (W x D x H): 946 x 404 x 139mm

Weight: 6.6kg

Reasons to buy

+Groove Creator is a lot of fun+Quick sampling and pitch bend+You can record to USB stick 

Reasons to avoid

-No Super Articulation voices 

Yamaha's range-topping E-series keyboard builds on the PSR-E373’s fabulous feature set with extras like an upgraded LCD screen, a 32-slot patch memory, a proper pitch-bend wheel, a 3.5mm auxiliary audio input and a quick-sampling mode.

You get assignable real-time effects knobs, a built-in USB audio / MIDI interface and a 35-pattern Groove Creator, allowing you to pull off impromptu DJ-style performances at the touch of a button. You can even record audio directly to a USB thumb drive – though, surprisingly, you won’t find any Super Articulation voices here.

The PSR-E463’s massive 758-voice library and 235 auto-accompaniment styles should be more than enough to keep even advanced players going for a while. And there’s also a 76-note version available in the form of the PSR-EW410.

5. Yamaha PSS-F30

Everything your child needs to start playing

Specifications

Price: $97/£70/€82

Keys: 37 mini

Velocity?: No

Voices: 117

Styles: 114

Song recorder: Via smart device only

Polyphony: 32

Power: USB or four AA batteries

Speakers: One 1.4W

Dimensions (W x D x H): 506 x 201 x 54mm

Weight: 1.2kg

Reasons to buy

+Great for kids +Lots of voices and styles+30 built-in songs 

Reasons to avoid

-Not velocity-sensitive 

Looking for a keyboard that’ll help your kids learn to play? The Yamaha PSS-F30 is designed with children in mind, boasting a number of fun, educational features, not to mention a tiny form factor.

It has the most sounds of all the keyboards in the PSS range, with 117 voices and 114 accompaniment styles. The 37 mini-keys are perfect for small hands, there’s an octave-shift button and a sustain feature, and you also get 30 built-in songs to help get your mini-Mozart started. 

Although the keys are not velocity-sensitive, the Smart Chord auto-accompaniment feature means kids can lead a virtual backing band with one finger – and they can also practise safely with studio headphones, thanks to a user-definable maximum output level. All in all, a fantastic springboard for budding musicians. 

6. Yamaha PSR-E360

The perfect starter keyboard for the home

Specifications

Price: $320/£232/€272

Keys: 61 full-size

Velocity?: Yes

Voices: 384

Styles: 130

Song recorder: One track, one song

Polyphony: 32

Power: Mains or six AA batteries

Speakers: Two 2.5W

Dimensions (W x D x H): 940 x 316 x 100mm

Weight: 4kg

Reasons to buy

+Comes in natural wood finishes+Duo mode +Aux-in jack for connecting MP3 players, etc 

Reasons to avoid

-Song recorder is only good for 300 notes per track 

Available in two wood-effect finishes – dark walnut or maple – the PSR-E360 is one of Yamaha’s more-stylish keyboards (you can also get a plain black version). But there’s a lot of substance behind that smart exterior, with 384 voices, 130 auto-accompaniment styles and a 112-track Song Book on board.

There’s a nine-step Yamaha Education Suite lesson function, a recording feature (though it’s only good for 300 notes per track) and an auxiliary input for connecting an external audio source. You can even play alongside a friend, thanks to a duo mode that splits the keyboard into two halves, each with its own middle C.

7. Yamaha PSS-A50

This backpack-friendly groovebox can be taken anywhere

Specifications

Price: $141/£102/€120

Keys: 37 mini

Velocity?: Yes

Voices: 40

Styles: N/A

Song recorder: 700 notes

Polyphony: 32

Power: Mains or six AA batteries

Speakers: One 1.4W

Dimensions (W x D x H): 506 x 201 x 54mm

Weight: 1.2kg

Reasons to buy

+Motion effects+Phrase recorder and arpeggiator+Great MIDI specification   

Reasons to avoid

-Arpeggiator implementation can be awkward 

Something a little different, the PSS-A50 does not come with a standard auto-accompaniment feature. Instead, it has a phrase recorder, an arpeggiator and what Yamaha calls ‘motion effects’ – pitch, filter and modulation features that can be called up instantly by pressing a button.

Incredibly lightweight and portable, the PSS-A50 boasts a velocity-sensitive keyboard with 37 mini-keys, 40 decent sounds taken from Yamaha’s pricier E-series of keyboards, plus a USB-to-host connector that enables it to be used as a MIDI controller. The aforementioned arpeggiator is a useful addition, though each sound has its own default pattern, so if you change sounds the pattern will change too. This could be awkward if you wanted to audition the same pattern with different sounds.

8. Yamaha Piaggero NP-12

Simple, stylish and portable piano-style keyboard

Specifications

Price: $276/£199/€235

Keys: 61 full-size

Velocity?: Yes

Voices: 10

Styles: None

Song recorder: One track, one song

Polyphony: 64

Power: Mains or six AA batteries

Speakers: Two 2.5W

Dimensions (W x D x H): 1,036 x 259 x 105mm

Weight: 4.5kg

Reasons to buy

+Great-sounding, no-frills piano+7,000-note song recorder+Available in black or white finish  

Reasons to avoid

-Only 10 voices 

Yamaha’s piano-making pedigree is second to none, and this portable piano-style keyboard is a brilliant solution for kids to learn on, or for more mature pianists who don’t have room for a full-size piano. 

The Piaggero NP-12 – like its larger, 76-key brother the Piaggero NP-32 – is a lightweight, synth-action keyboard that delivers a lifelike, AWM-stereo-sampled piano sound. There are only 10 voices on offer, and no auto-accompaniment, but if you want something you can just walk up to, switch on and play, you won’t find anything better for the money.

Also available in eye-catching white, the Piaggero NP-12 boasts a 7,000-note song recorder, enabling you to capture and play back your performances.

Read our full Yamaha Piaggero NP-12  review

9. Yamaha Reface CP

A portable tribute to an iconic electric piano

Specifications

Price: $372/£269/€316

Keys: 37 mini

Velocity?: Yes

Voices: Six

Styles: None

Song recorder: None

Polyphony: 128

Power: USB / mains or six AA batteries

Speakers: Two 2W

Dimensions (W x D x H): 530 x 175 x 60mm

Weight: 1.9kg

Reasons to buy

+Authentic retro keyboard sounds+Easy interface +Superb stompbox-style effects  

Reasons to avoid

-Only six main voices 

One of four retro-themed mini keyboards in the Reface range – the others being an FM synthesiser (the Reface DX), an organ (the Reface YC) and an analogue synthesizer (the Reface CS) – the Reface CP is a tiny, modern tribute to Yamaha’s 1970s electric pianos.

The feature set is impressive, with a bunch of retro keyboard sounds – including two types of Fender Rhodes electric piano, a Wurlitzer piano, a clavinet and a 1970s toy piano – vintage drive, tremolo, chorus, phaser, delay and reverb effects, plus 128-note polyphony. 

There’s no auto-accompaniment, but the Reface CP sounds fantastic and is great fun to play – it even has rotary controls for effects and sound selection, just like the originals.

10. Yamaha EZ-300

Let the lights guide you to keyboard success

Specifications

Price: $439/£318/€374

Keys: 61 full-size, illuminated

Velocity?: Yes

Voices: 622

Styles: 205

Song recorder: Two tracks, five songs

Polyphony: 48

Power: Mains or six AA batteries

Speakers: Two 2.5W

Dimensions (W x D x H): 945 x 369 x 118mm

Weight: 4.8kg

Reasons to buy

+Illuminated keys +Unique white chassis +Extra onboard songs 

Reasons to avoid

-Only nine user preset slots 

If you’re learning to play the piano, having keys that light up to show you what you need to press and when can be a big help. That’s one of the main features of the EZ-300 – but it offers so much more besides.

Featuring a unique, silvery-white aesthetic, this keyboard shares a lot of the same features as our top-ranking keyboard the PSR-E373 – it offers the same number of voices and styles, the same recording ability and the same Keys to Success tuition function. Some might even argue that it’s a better package, as it gives you 202 songs instead of the PSR-E373’s 154.

For us, the PSR-E373 gets the nod because it’s cheaper, and not everyone will like the EZ-300’s white colouring – but, make no mistake, this is a very good option for budding musicians.

Best Yamaha keyboards: Buying advice

With a couple of exceptions, all of the models on our list fall into the ‘arranger keyboard’ category. An arranger keyboard is one that has built-in accompaniments you can play along to. These ‘backing tracks’ have traditionally had a whiff of the uncool about them – who could forget those clunky-sounding 1970s home organs played by pensioners? These days, though, the tiny digital musicians sequestered away in the bowels of your keyboard are pretty sophisticated, and although it’s still possible to sound like a Nintendo videogame intro screen if you really want to, that’s no longer the most likely outcome! 

Here are some things to look out for when buying a Yamaha keyboard:

Voices 

Arranger keyboards usually come with a wide selection of voices (sounds), enabling you to reproduce practically any instrument you can think of, from acoustic guitars to zithers. Just bear in mind that quantity isn’t always a measure of quality – it’s better to have fewer usable voices than hundreds you’ll never bother with. 

Styles 

A style is a set of backing instruments and ready-made parts that play along with you as you hold down a note or chord with your left hand – so the more styles a keyboard has, the more choice you’ll have as to how your backing band plays. Modern keyboards can offer hundreds of styles, some of them pretty sophisticated and current-sounding. 

Keys 

Most of the keyboards on our list have 61 keys, offering a five-octave span that’s wide enough to play with both hands. Most will be velocity-sensitive, allowing for dynamic expression according to how hard or softly you play the keys. Some keyboards offer 76-key versions for the more advanced player, while other, smaller ’boards sport only 37 mini-keys for a more-portable or kid-friendly solution.  

Super Articulation 

Super Articulation is Yamaha’s term for a sampled sound that emulates the behaviour of a real instrument by including certain nuances you’d expect to hear. These might include string squeaks on an acoustic guitar voice, or the sound of a saxophone player taking a breath between notes. Previously the preserve of Yamaha’s higher-end keyboards, the technology has now started to trickle down into some of the less-expensive models.

Speakers / headphones 

The majority of the instruments featured here have built-in speakers, so don’t need to be plugged into an amp or one of the best PA speakers in order for you to hear what you’re playing. All the keyboards in this guide also feature a headphones output for those all-important silent practice sessions.

Power supply 

Since many of the keyboards featured here offer portability as a major selling point, many can be powered by AA batteries. However, most also enable you to use mains power via a standard power supply or USB.

Dave has been making music with computers since 1988 and his engineering, programming and keyboard-playing has featured on recordings by artists including George Michael, Kylie and Gary Barlow. A music technology writer since 2007, he’s Computer Music’s long-serving songwriting and music theory columnist, iCreate magazine’s resident Logic Pro expert and a regular contributor to MusicRadar and Attack Magazine. He also lectures on synthesis at Leeds Conservatoire of Music and is the author of Avid Pro Tools Basics.

Sours: https://www.musicradar.com/news/best-yamaha-keyboards
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List of Yamaha Corporation products

  • PSS-6 (1994, sample)[30]
  • PSS-7 (1997, ellipse shape body; wavetable (or sample) with granular sounds)[30]
  • PSS-8 (1988)
  • PSS-9 (1990)
  • PSS-11 / PSS-21 / PSS-31[30] / PSS-51 (1992, sample)
  • PSS-12 (1994)
  • PSS-14 (1997, wavetable (or sample) with granular sounds)[30]
  • PSS-15 (1997)
  • PSS-16 (FM, acc.&demo)[30]
  • PSS-20 (1989)[30]
  • PSS-26 (1995)
  • PSS-30 (1982)[30]
  • PSS-50 (1990, FM with realitime sliders)
  • PSS-51 (1992)
  • PSS-80[30] / PSS-80R / PSS-100[30] / PSS-280 / PSS-380 / PSS-580 / PSS-780 (1989, R = red)
  • PSS-102 / PSS-104 (1991, with music card, music cartridge (PSS-102) and microphone)
  • PSS-110[30] / PSS-150[30] / PSS-260[30] / PSS-450 (1985, squarewave/squarewave/digital/?)
  • PSS-125 (8 voice polyphony, 32 Keys, squarewave)[33]
  • PSS-120 / PSS-160[30] (1986)
  • PSS-130[30] (1987)
  • PSS-140 37-keys 100-sounds, YM2413[30] / PSS-480 / PSS-680 (1988, FM&acc)
  • PSS-170 44-keys 100-sounds, YM2413 (1986)
  • PSS-190 / PSS-290 / [30] / PSS-590 / PSS-790 (1990, FM with realtime sliders)
  • PSS-270 49-keys 100-sounds, YM2413 (1986, two FM operators, nine voice polyphony), XC194AO[34]
  • PSS-280 (1986, reduced feature version of PSS-270)
  • PSS-360 (1986, squarewave)
  • PSS-370 (1987)
  • PSS-390 (1990)
  • PSS-401 (c. 1985, 44-key edition of PS-300, with additional octave control, reduced rhythm section)
  • PSS-460 49-keys 21-sounds, YM3812, (1986)
  • PSS-470 49-keys 21-sounds, YM3812, (1987)
  • PSS-560 49-keys 21-sounds, YM3812, additional drum chip (1986)
  • PSS-570 49-keys 21-sounds, YM3812, additional drum chip (1987)
  • PSS-680 (FM, MIDI & drum pads) (1988)
  • PSS-780 (FM, MIDI & drum pads)[30] (1989)
  • PSS-790 (1990)
  • PSS-795 (1990)

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Yamaha_Corporation_products
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