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Yamaha PSR-630
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Keyboard Arranger from Yamaha belonging to the PSR series.

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  • psychedelic asylumpsychedelic asylum

    Yamaha PSR-630Published on 02/07/06 at 05:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Cest an arranger keyboard has it that a program containing sounds prregls. for example piano, acoustic guitar, guitar dist, synth lead etc. ...
    there is midi in midi out
    692 sounds a honnte quality for the price of Argus: some are enjoyable, such as pads, tablecloths, piano, other mdiocre rather like the guitar dist.
    effect section: yes ... but some are not trs convaicant
    squenceur 16 tracks

    I put 6 / 10 because the polyphony is 16 which is not in my programs.

    UTILIZATION

    Good ergonomics. easy to use. Manual light
    IDAL for beginners when compoz simple pieces that do not subtle tro ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 6 years as a keyboard matre, and to record …
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    Cest an arranger keyboard has it that a program containing sounds prregls. for example piano, acoustic guitar, guitar dist, synth lead etc. ...
    there is midi in midi out
    692 sounds a honnte quality for the price of Argus: some are enjoyable, such as pads, tablecloths, piano, other mdiocre rather like the guitar dist.
    effect section: yes ... but some are not trs convaicant
    squenceur 16 tracks

    I put 6 / 10 because the polyphony is 16 which is not in my programs.

    UTILIZATION

    Good ergonomics. easy to use. Manual light
    IDAL for beginners when compoz simple pieces that do not subtle tro ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 6 years as a keyboard matre, and to record on cubase ceretaines squence by intermdiaire WaveLab to the dpesser or the mtamorphoser.

    I use the squenceur To create the entire piece ... fo play a track by track. is tedious but interesting. short if you possdez cubaz, an analog synth and you matriser Scult the art of the sound image ... psr630 one is only useful for the bank's title to the same expander that ...

    go! I put 7 as it is only with this instrument I CRER instru hiphop triphop and I could then go out on mixtape ... and I must say that your exact silent often much better than just a home studio. all of dpend lacrativit and rigor ... CIAO
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