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Keyboard Arranger from Yamaha belonging to the PSR series.

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  • GoodPalmitoGoodPalmito

    Yamaha PSR-300Published on 07/17/06 at 02:33
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Synthesizer has AWM synthesis (waveform + appliqus above effects) 5 octaves.
    I like his touch even if the keys are not nimble, the vlocit is not adjustable, but it does not matter because it is well-caliber default, ie, is to say that when you play normally there's still a lot of room to do a much stronger sound by pressing like a nag (it's a level expressiveness + a). pity there is no aftertouch.
    The psr-300 has no effect as possible, only a touch that makes it last longer note after having relach the (small "sustain" button).
    I think it has a mini squenceur but I'm not used to me and then I catch any way without not imagine the mess that is to easily record some tracks ...

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    Synthesizer has AWM synthesis (waveform + appliqus above effects) 5 octaves.
    I like his touch even if the keys are not nimble, the vlocit is not adjustable, but it does not matter because it is well-caliber default, ie, is to say that when you play normally there's still a lot of room to do a much stronger sound by pressing like a nag (it's a level expressiveness + a). pity there is no aftertouch.
    The psr-300 has no effect as possible, only a touch that makes it last longer note after having relach the (small "sustain" button).
    I think it has a mini squenceur but I'm not used to me and then I catch any way without not imagine the mess that is to easily record some tracks ...

    Sonorits 100 + 100 styles available. Some sounds are quite like the strings ensembles (strings), sounds "star light" or organs ... but others are quite ugly!
    most instruments seem to have a sample for 5 octaves !! (Aside piano and strings I think) it's a shame because some instrumentals are completely dnaturs flute that sounds like irraliste if not playing in the high notes

    USE

    Getting started is simple, natural since there is nothing to edit

    no need for manual, you branches, you choose a sound and you play! ^^

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    It is to my parents, they bought there's ten years.

    + Some nice sounds
    + Possibility to layer two sounds
    + Drum sounds not so bad

    - Most sounds are not terrible
    - No edition
    - No effect

    I do not know the original price but either fawn this keyboard is for the general public.

    - With the exprience, you do again this choice ...?
    No I think I would have taken an FM synth that offers the edition of sounds; more c'tait the Idale period to buy one because the Yamaha has sold reduces prices because of their new range of synths AWM who had just come out ...
    Now internet has dvelopp and it's really useful to gather opinions before buying, so not with the experience j''aurais took another synth! ; )dropoff Window
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  • Anonymous

    Yamaha PSR-300Published on 08/10/06 at 05:10
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    What type of keyboard (piano synth ...)? How many octaves? 6
    MIDI ...)?
    - How many sounds: 100, styles available? : 50 Are they ditables? : No
    - Has he an effects section? : Single: reverb an EFET
    - What are the characters of squenceur: no

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is simple gnrale? yes

    OVERALL OPINION

    What is the particular feature you like best, the least:
    The AWM is a shot of FM synthesis (DX7, etc ...). it's a great synth if used to control MIDI hardware.
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