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Yamaha PSR-350

Keyboard Arranger from Yamaha belonging to the PSR series

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LouinParisLouinParis

Yamaha PSR-350Published on 02/25/06 at 18:11
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- The PSR 350 is a synth arranger who is ultimately more a toy that another thing he is five octaves.
- It includes a connector jack which is output to headphones or a mixer (great), there is also a MIDI input and output.
- It does contain many sounds all the instruments (most common) but of a quality so poor (with exceptions) that we can use if one has any notion of music.
- There are some basic effects such as reverb and more ...

UTILIZATION

- The configuration is quite simple but the manual is pretty much clear and well explained is still necessary.

OVERALL OPINION

- I use (well, I have because you can not say that I use it) for over 3 years at the time I 'had no idea...…
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- The PSR 350 is a synth arranger who is ultimately more a toy that another thing he is five octaves.
- It includes a connector jack which is output to headphones or a mixer (great), there is also a MIDI input and output.
- It does contain many sounds all the instruments (most common) but of a quality so poor (with exceptions) that we can use if one has any notion of music.
- There are some basic effects such as reverb and more ...

UTILIZATION

- The configuration is quite simple but the manual is pretty much clear and well explained is still necessary.

OVERALL OPINION

- I use (well, I have because you can not say that I use it) for over 3 years at the time I 'had no idea what could be the music using keyboards mail.
- This is a really key to get an idea of ​​what is computer music, the touch is not worse (or better) than the 10-key MIDI keyboard ridiculous that all the marks out. Thank you DJ! If that is more a "plaything of luxury" that something else.
- The value for money is normal because there are still a number of possible ac a lovely piano sound and feel synth correct.
- It is difficult to say whether I would do this choice or not. Right now I would say no, of course, but at the time I did not know. For 200 euros more you can already have sth much better.
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Mickey WyhnnerMickey Wyhnner

Yamaha PSR-350Published on 10/09/06 at 05:59
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It is a very good keyboard with 5 octaves but the function transpose it wins extra octave in the bass and treble. 618 + 106 rhythm and sound accompaniment.

Function leon: you choose a synth music and shows on the screen how to play. Left hand, right hand, and both.

It owns a synth sequencer 6 track recorder to your components. The floppy disk drive allows you to save your components or to play synth what you want.

Dj mode: it is very useful for animations dj (sirene, scratch, scream or woman who enjoyed, etc ...)

the cinema: the storm, sea, door slamming, fountain, wind, rain, cry of a woman who is killed, etc ...

effects: chorus, flanger, delay, reverb, echo, rotary, etc...…
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It is a very good keyboard with 5 octaves but the function transpose it wins extra octave in the bass and treble. 618 + 106 rhythm and sound accompaniment.

Function leon: you choose a synth music and shows on the screen how to play. Left hand, right hand, and both.

It owns a synth sequencer 6 track recorder to your components. The floppy disk drive allows you to save your components or to play synth what you want.

Dj mode: it is very useful for animations dj (sirene, scratch, scream or woman who enjoyed, etc ...)

the cinema: the storm, sea, door slamming, fountain, wind, rain, cry of a woman who is killed, etc ...

effects: chorus, flanger, delay, reverb, echo, rotary, etc ...

A metronome, a touch key to set the sensitivity of the keyboard, two button dual to play sounds at the same time.

MIDI input and output leads connected to a computer. Function keyboard MIDI control.

Sotie direct live stereo or headphones.

The sounds are very good as the organs or violins emssemble (045). There are known sounds like Jump or Pinoccio etc ...

The grand piano is great.

conclusion: very good piano for all.

Beginner: they can easily learn the piano with the function leon.

confirm they can make super composed and capacity offered by the VLOC this keyboard lets optenir instrument sounds pro.

I do a lot of pubs for its sound effects or reporting no problem.

A score of 8 because I have experienced the Korg Triton, but hey the price is 10 times that of the PSR 350.

UTILIZATION

Very easy to use. Everything is marked on the keyboard.

OVERALL OPINION

This is a keyboard with floppy drive. In this the price hard to beat.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: PSR-350
  • Series: PSR
  • Category: Keyboard Arrangers
  • Added in our database on: 12/15/2003

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