Yamaha PSR-9000
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Yamaha PSR-9000

PSR-9000, Keyboard Arranger from Yamaha in the PSR series.

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Average Score:4.0( 4/5 based on 5 reviews )
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mgu11/29/2011

mgu's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" A WONDER THE PSR 9000"

Yamaha PSR-9000
A MACHINE FOR unmatched to date INFINITE POSSIBILITIES MOI.DES

UTILIZATION

SIMPLE TO USE CAN BE EASILY evening entertainment: HELL OF A KEYBOARD

OVERALL OPINION

yes, I anim balls and marriage, and if I had the PSR 9000 era, it would have easier and t mieux.Je do not think you can do better than a!! There is in this magnificent machine!
"Gueule de rack"12/07/2009

"Gueule de rack"'s review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Yamaha PSR-9000
Vinz6709/07/2008

Vinz67's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Yamaha PSR-9000
5 octave velocity arranger keyboard + channel aftertouch touch "synth", Midi IN / OUT * 2, SCSI, Video, 4 pedals.
331 + 480 XG voices, 14 drum kits, 2 SFX kits, 126 polyphony, multitimbral 32 (or close to it: in addition to all parts of what is playing on the keyboard and the accompaniment, there are 16 ways to pieces to a load from the floppy disk, hard disk or a SCSI device).
8 sections of effects (2 global reverb / chorus, a customizable insert / to, 5 inserts)

16-track sequencer where it is also possible to record what we do with the arranger. Edition not impossible. The DSP can be used with sequencer tracks you want.

Arranger: 2 rhythm tracks, pad, phrase 1, phrase 2, bass, chord 1, chord 2: side dishes are very rich. You can easily cut any part in game 3 Intros, 3 end, four variations, four fill-in, 1 Break in style.
Creation of style can be from scratch or from parts of other syles or by modifying an existing style.

The sounds in general are excellent and varied (except for the piano a little hollow but good). Special mention for electric pianos, brass. the rest is very good. It sounds just a little too clean / clear to be true!
It has a kind of system Drawbar Organ (9) which may create its sounds of Hammond organ (which I love!). Each DSP has a setting "slow / fast" (the parameter that changes depending on the effect) so you can program for the 2 speed leslie and switch from one to another with a foot switch ( accélaration time is configurable). It's great for the organ!
Edition Total effects (10 memory locations).

Vocal harmonizer (compressor, noise gate, because it all at once) with several stamps and styles.

Floppy drive, internal IDE bus, SCSI. Sampling ... I do not know anyone who uses it really (in fact they are dropped on the Tyros) but I tried and it is usable.

There are other features but long to list. Viewpoint features, hard to imagine better ... there is everything in this box!

UTILIZATION

The basic usage is simple but to go a little in-depth manual is quickly needed. Editing sounds (32 slots users) is either in "basic" mode or "full" is powerful but cumbersome to use. Filters of all types HPF / LPF / BPF, 2 filters per voice (so we can make 24dB/octave), up to 8 (yes!) Voice patch, 3 patches can be superimposed on the right hand, or the keyboard splitter in 2 or 3 zones.
There are Registration Memory (64 banks of 8) that contain all adjustments (arranger, configuraiton pedals, the virtual mixing desk etc.), which makes it great for the stage all that is reached by buttons just above the right hand. It may appoint such registrations as you like, convenient to navigate.

There is also a "song database", which corresponds to registrations (more basic) is a database "+ style sounds," in which one can save configurations arranger and sounds assigned to the keyboard.
Arranger easy to use, you can create your styles. Given all the features of the machine, it's still pretty clear through the many buttons that avoid to go through endless menus.

OVERALL OPINION

I have since 2003 (I reviewed this article in September 2008) and I can not get rid of. It is all my concerts! * * It is ultra versatile. We sit and we play, there's sound to suit all tastes, styles are varied (you can find plenty on the net), there are plenty of memory "registration" to store all the settings of each track , convenient to the scene.
It really is a racing machine! The amplified sound is also very well with very good bass and serves me back. Only flaw: it is heavy: 24kg! Need a special flight case. I personally found the keyboard a little soft but good. I like the drum kits (very varied and all pêchus). on the other hand I found the XG sounds a little weak people (but that's probably because unlike the sounds "PSR9000" they have no effect DSP programmed specially for them). Sounds "PSR9000" sound on the other hand very well. It's still a really high-end machine super powerful and versatile with features of madness.
n.b-sound-track03/25/2008

n.b-sound-track's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Yamaha PSR-9000
See site Yamaha

UTILIZATION

Trs simple handle.
At the same time, it is a keyboard PSR range, so for everyone!
The manual, not needed, logistics and Yam in some years it is now that I handled.
Trs simple configuration.

OVERALL OPINION

What j'aimmais on this keyboard is that the era in late 1999, c'tait few new compared to old PSR740 and others.
The famous new drum kit samples finally stro it as silent!
Aside from the kits, some new guitar which is found elsewhere later on tyros few years later and new choruses innintressant not really.
Aside from a, quite a problem and notament from polyphony.
Basically, I was a piano track, another drums, bass, strings and ottoman nothing has jumped all over the place.
Yam I call thinking it was the manufacturing of a default, but quedal. The sentance falls silent, not enough polyphony in my era BCAN 19,000 francs.

In DEFINITIONS, keyboard put thee on the chin when you attend BMD in Yamiamiame guy, but have faith that worry go around the house, a lot of dception.
Since then, we lay Yam's new around every 3 years, with some p'tits sounds more and p'tits Gadget style Semple.
Only the Tyros was the first generation seems to be a small rvolution of its kind.
You have to admit, the race for perfection can s'avrer coteuse trs. There is no need to colectionner the appropriations to our banker friends.

I put 8 for good memory I retiends on scne and also because I prfre laughing now taking my head with Mr PSR9000 history polyphony for the poor.

Trs regards,

NB
Oliviercool03/13/2008

Oliviercool's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Yamaha PSR-9000
Arranger keyboard with 5 octaves Intgr sampler.

Main CHARACTERISTICS:
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Hard drive 2.5 "notebook optional (4 partitions of 2 GB max)

827 tones including 480 XG Sounds + 14 sets of drums and percussion + 2 SFX kits

Accompaniment: 125 styles factory presets + 85 user locations in the internal flash memory + 66 user locations on the hard disk

Changes in styles: 3 + 4 intros fill in Fill + 1 + 4 variations Break key + 3 + outros fade in / out + 4 performance pads (60 banks)

3 tracks can be assigned to the auto accompaniment (left hand) and one for sounds jous with the right hand

Intgr Sampler: 16 bit 44.1 KHz WAV - AIFF capacity of 1 with 65 MB 380 seconds maximum duration of samples

Wealth effects ^ ^ 8 sections of effects (2 global, one paramtrable insert / to, 5 inserts). With a vocal harmony (59 presets + 10 user locations) and accumulation of Hammond organ drawbars, among other things ^ ^

+ + VLOC with aftertouch touch synth

Polyphony: 126 notes:

Multitimbral: PRS 32 tracks

Screen user interface: Liquid crystal monochrome 240 x 320 pixels

Choice of 5 languages ​​for the OS which franais

Audio connectors: line 4 outputs + 1 set of Stereo dpart - returns for ffects ffects external processor, rare! + 1 mic or line inputs Stereo + 1 headphone

Other connectors: 2 sets of input - output MIDI (MIDI IN + OUT only, not taken THRU) + 2 pedals interrupt (SWITCH) + 1 volume + PDAL SCSI D-SUB 50 pin + video output for karaoke midi files of words taken + PS2 computer keyboard (Facilitates entry of song titles).

With floppy drive 3.5 "1.44 MB, DOS

Intgr Amplifier 2 x 28 W! ^ ^

Dimensions: 111.4 x 46.49 x 18.25 cm

Net weight: 22.5 Kg

Exists for him saccoche transport with custom wheels ^ ^

Instructions in French available in PDF on the website of Yamaha! For a thank you, Yam ^ ^

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UTILIZATION

I offered my girlfriend keyboardist (APRS offering him a second copy of the Yamaha QS300) qu'tant because of the prdcesseur clbre Yamaha Tyros it in so rve, I thought that the sounds must be srement height or close to a more affordable price. Error: it did not much used tudi not many because it was hard to have some affinity with most of them except a few out of the lot (flutes, particulirement the "Suite Pan Flute "is extraordinary + organs). She ended up selling it because of it. She said the sounds are cool, dull and charges are too low. It's hard to vibrate with this instrument. Too bad because on paper CHARACTERISTICS taient allchantes yet for the price I bought used (about 900 CHF - EUR 535 beginners the second quarter 2007). This was especially sduite is the Hammond organ drawbars OS ^ ^ well organized and impressive instrument, but carried heavy, especially with his wrist problem if it should mnager wants to play well: carrying case custom Describes above is essential for transport, especially if the musician is not motorized.

OVERALL OPINION

In résumé features are great :-) but the sounds are so so :-( The dception Amre is all the more that I, her boyfriend, who offered him. If only she would have the means, it would take right now is really a Tyros range above (the fact that it does not Intgr sampler is not a handicap for her as she did no use) but it will have to wait until its rating down to make it accessible for us and in the meantime, she will be content with a Solton MS-100, for example ^ ^ Or that its QS300 'she uses a lot more since that PSR-9000 is no longer the true libration ^ ^

Is a dclinaison of this model: the Yamaha PSR-9000 Pro. Well, I do not know, I've never been in the hands but Premire view, this is the m my instrument but with 6.5 instead of 5 octaves and dmuni of internal amplification. It parat less imposing and less cumbersome with a better look.