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Yamaha PSS-570
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Keyboard Arranger from Yamaha belonging to the PortaSound series.

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  • Accord'Eure PianosAccord'Eure Pianos

    Laptop keyboard very 80's

    Yamaha PSS-570Published on 02/12/12 at 00:38
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This is a portable keyboard with mini keys (49, 4 octaves) as this was Yamaha époque.Pas velocity or aftertouch well sûr.La synthesis of type 2 FM operators again as usual on this type of clavier.Il are 21 preset sounds that can be modified using a small section "synthesizer" which is pretty cool and lets you create sounds intêressants.Une part drum machine with 32 drum sounds and percussions " PCM "in his 80's and very nice aussi.Là the possibilities are numerous enough to create rhythmic cool.12 rhythms and full of variations possibles.La connection is simple: 2 RCA for connection to an amplifier / sound / stereo ... a 3.5 headphone jack and input for the alim 9/12 OLTS.

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    This is a portable keyboard with mini keys (49, 4 octaves) as this was Yamaha époque.Pas velocity or aftertouch well sûr.La synthesis of type 2 FM operators again as usual on this type of clavier.Il are 21 preset sounds that can be modified using a small section "synthesizer" which is pretty cool and lets you create sounds intêressants.Une part drum machine with 32 drum sounds and percussions " PCM "in his 80's and very nice aussi.Là the possibilities are numerous enough to create rhythmic cool.12 rhythms and full of variations possibles.La connection is simple: 2 RCA for connection to an amplifier / sound / stereo ... a 3.5 headphone jack and input for the alim 9/12 OLTS.

    UTILIZATION

    Super easy to use I have no manual but I can well do without it (although there is apparently hidden opportunities). Editing sounds a bit like a analogue, there are pots and we go there by feel (good attention is very limited anyway eh ...)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I just buy it. It appealed to me because I had already owned the lower model PSS-470 and the nostalgia of my first keyboard correctly moi.J 'like the overall sound, especially the rhythm and the fact can have an ultra portable keyboard, kind of small workstation in his typical, ideal to take on vacation (without too many pretensions évidamment). I do not regret this purchase for the price, the sound is exactly what I looking for.
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