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Yamaha PSS-51
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Yamaha PSS-51

Keyboard Arranger from Yamaha belonging to the PortaSound series.

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odonaxavierodona odonaxavierodona
Publié le 04/18/06 à 08:54
What type of keyboard (synth, piano ...)?

synthesizer,

What connections (audio, MIDI ...)?

1 headphone jack (6.35)
3 MIDI IN / OUT / THRU

How many sounds and styles available? Are they edited?

+ 98 drum sounds
79 styles.

He has an effects section?

yes;

- The vector synth (joystick which allows to mix sounds or four batteries, with the ability to sustain or other effects on each instrument individually)

- Sound effects on 4 pads. 9 styles, safari, because, forest, pets, ocean, sports, telephone, train western, custom. (The sound of the waves, wind and rain are quite realistic)

- 8 percussion pads. 9 styles, rock, house, dance, pop, jazz, fusion, synth, Latin 1, Latin 2, custom.

- Wheel (wheel) 4 functions, pitch bend, modulation, tempo & pitch.

- Harmony, duet, trio, block, country, octave, strum, tremolo, echo, echo + harmony.

- Support fingered, single finger, small, medium, large.
intro, fill 1, 2 fill, bridge, ending, synchro start / stop, fade in out
sync break.
What are the characteristics of the sequencer?

- 6 sequencer tracks for instruments
1 track for pads
1 track for auto accompaniment

- Many songs as possible, clear key, rec, reset, rewind, stop, play, fast forward

- Built-in metronome
(For this BPM ranges from 40 to 240)

UTILIZATION

The general configuration is it simple?

completely

Editing sounds and effects is it easy?

ditto

The manual is clear and sufficient?

I have never owned

OVERALL OPINION

- How long have you use it?

more than 10 years

- What is so special that you like most and least?

the sounds are quite realistic if one plugs into a good amp, for against Sustainability is not tough, it's not the size of piano keys, they are smaller, me I'm fine, but when you pase a synth to another you can feel the difference.

- Have you tried many other models before buying it?

but many comparisons can be possible, too much difference tool, and scope.

- How would you rate the quality / price?

I had him at the time for 300 francs, they had argued in 2000 francs, so I will not complain.

- With experience, you do again this choice?

yes definitely
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