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Yamaha PSR-1000

Keyboard Arranger from Yamaha belonging to the PSR series.

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" Yamaha PSR 1000 the best arranger high tech"

Yamaha PSR-1000Published on 12/21/11 at 12:08
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The Yamaha PSR 1000 possde excellent sound engine dowry sonorits trsraliste of functionalities and compltes sophistiqus and the best manufacturing quality.

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In rsumle Yamaha PSR 1000 possde excellent sound engine dowry sonorits trsraliste of functionalities and compltes sophistiqus and the best manufacturing quality.
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" Tips for beginners, compound or model"

Yamaha PSR-1000Published on 11/03/14 at 06:56
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I pass characteristics. Just say that the keyboard is quite nice and the sound palette is wide. The sequencer is quite convenient and complete.

UTILIZATION

Although it requires a minimum of training, this keyboard is pretty easy and allows you to quickly evolved enough stuff.

OVERALL OPINION

A friend gave me this keyboard slept in a corner at home. At first, I thought "yeah, an advanced toy" while thinking about what I also like equipment.

I still installed in my office just to make small musical breaks without having to get in the studio.

And there, in use, surprise:
- The sound palette is rather good
- It is vast and varied
- The integrated step sequencer offers a......
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I pass characteristics. Just say that the keyboard is quite nice and the sound palette is wide. The sequencer is quite convenient and complete.

UTILIZATION

Although it requires a minimum of training, this keyboard is pretty easy and allows you to quickly evolved enough stuff.

OVERALL OPINION

A friend gave me this keyboard slept in a corner at home. At first, I thought "yeah, an advanced toy" while thinking about what I also like equipment.

I still installed in my office just to make small musical breaks without having to get in the studio.

And there, in use, surprise:
- The sound palette is rather good
- It is vast and varied
- The integrated step sequencer offers a lot of possibilities

In short, he quickly used notepad to throw a few basic ideas of songs.

It is not suitable to make a complete production: although some are of good quality, it is still quite far from the realism of large sample banks and, of course, real instruments. In terms of synthesized sounds, it's not bad, but it's still quite limited.

on the other hand, it is something I recommend without problem:
- People who want to compose songs without taking the head with computer music
- Fans who want to have fun with a quality product cheap
- The use I've had, namely notepad to quickly develop ideas without having to go through any technical arsenal often not conducive to the creation

I finally sold, as needed and as I finally was using too little. I regret it a bit today and I moved my studio is my home, but a few miles. Occasionally, I repeat maybe to have at home.
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Yamaha PSR-1000Published on 05/05/03 at 08:17
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The PSR 1000 arranger keyboard is a fairly complete. It can be described as semi-pro.il possde 5 octaves, a large Crant making it easy to use, connectivity noon (in and out), a connection to host, 2 output jacks, possibility to connect 2 p Dales.
It possde 728 instrument sounds authentic (233 panel, 480xg, drum kit / sfx).
170 styles of disposal on
text display on LCD screen
squenceur 16 tracks with ample opportunities to ditions
function editor with powerful edition not it.
mixer
crateur its
Music Finder
internal flash memory
Stereo speakers with two channels for low winds ^.

UTILIZATION

Operation is very simple
edition of the sound is faster
However, the......
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The PSR 1000 arranger keyboard is a fairly complete. It can be described as semi-pro.il possde 5 octaves, a large Crant making it easy to use, connectivity noon (in and out), a connection to host, 2 output jacks, possibility to connect 2 p Dales.
It possde 728 instrument sounds authentic (233 panel, 480xg, drum kit / sfx).
170 styles of disposal on
text display on LCD screen
squenceur 16 tracks with ample opportunities to ditions
function editor with powerful edition not it.
mixer
crateur its
Music Finder
internal flash memory
Stereo speakers with two channels for low winds ^.

UTILIZATION

Operation is very simple
edition of the sound is faster
However, the manual can fly over a principle.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 2 years and I can tell you that I use has 70 percent of its resources
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Yamaha PSR-1000Published on 07/26/04 at 12:17
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- 5 octaves keyboard arranger
- 2 jacks (mono or stereo), midi, to host, 2 taken to pedal ...
- Enough sounds (+ 700), and a lot of support. Note that the sounds can be changed at will by the sound editor, similar to the accompaniments.
- 16-track mixer handy
- Floppy Disk Drive
...

UTILIZATION

The general configuration is simple (it adapts quickly) but the editor step by step (very powerful!) Requires enough attention (I try two three times but not mastery jle).
Editing sounds is easy enough, you arrive quickly at a profit.
Unfortunately, the manual could be a little clearer ...
Overall, as we do not fall within the advanced functions of the keyboard, it is very......
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- 5 octaves keyboard arranger
- 2 jacks (mono or stereo), midi, to host, 2 taken to pedal ...
- Enough sounds (+ 700), and a lot of support. Note that the sounds can be changed at will by the sound editor, similar to the accompaniments.
- 16-track mixer handy
- Floppy Disk Drive
...

UTILIZATION

The general configuration is simple (it adapts quickly) but the editor step by step (very powerful!) Requires enough attention (I try two three times but not mastery jle).
Editing sounds is easy enough, you arrive quickly at a profit.
Unfortunately, the manual could be a little clearer ...
Overall, as we do not fall within the advanced functions of the keyboard, it is very simple and convenient to use! A treat!
A small negative point: the keyboard seems a bit fragile, and we must say that this is not a piano (but still very light and pleasant to the touch)!

OVERALL OPINION

I use this keyboard for three years now, and I am more than satisfied!
Coming from a (very) old PSR 210 (lol), I will perhaps not be objective but the sound that comes out is really superb! The speakers are very good qualities and render particularly low, which is nice. They are powerful enough (2 * 15 W RMS area) to be played with, but obviously in a repeat they are not audible!
It's really a keyboard to do everything very general fact for all styles, it finally fit into the line of the PSR what!
I use right now in my metal band and use it correctly can really make things nice!
Objectively I think he has an excellent price / quality ratio!

Finally do I do it again this choice?
In reflection, for the price I think so!
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: PSR-1000
  • Series: PSR
  • Category: Keyboard Arrangers
  • Added in our database on: 12/15/2003

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Other names: psr 1000, psr1000, psr 10 00, psr10 00

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