All user reviews for the Yamaha Tyros 3
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Yamaha Tyros 3 product review - Yamaha Tyros 3: The Arranger Keyboard Rearranged
Perpetuating the Tyros line for the third time, Yamaha presents a new, high-technology arranger keyboard that provides a rarely achieved musicality.
Audiofanzine FR's review
Arranger, Tyros 2 successor. See Yamaha web site for more information!
Easier configuration than on the Tyros 2 because the layout is better thought-out and the sliders add some advantages. But I miss a Roland or Korg-like touch screen.
Very easy FX editing but poor sound editing. Style editing requires a computer (a CD-ROM is provided).
The user's manual is quite good but I haven't read much of it because I just got the Tyros 3 today!
I've been using it for one hour!
- Sound articulation details (articulation 2 allows you to create nuances, especially for solo instruments)
- Piano, saxophone, guitar and Celtic instruments' sound quality
- Accompaniments quality. A real delight, I had never heard such quality (the U2-like 80's accompaniment is amazing, as if U2 were actually playing with me). It's very inspiring for my own compositions. I love it...
- Quality of percussions and rhythm parts
- Keyboard quality. I wish it were a half-weighted keyboard (M-Audio has a good one)
- The sliders look very cheap.
The value for money is quite good. Compared to the Tyros 2, this new version brings few but important enhancements. People playing in a top 40 band won't notice big differences between T2 and T3. On the other hand, solo entertainers will notice that nuances and quality have been greatly enhanced. It's stunning! As if you played the instruments for real.
There's a lot of talk about the Audya, which will have a live rhythm section, but I think its solo instruments won't reach the Tyros 3 quality. Will the Audya have such a broad accompaniment palette to choose from as the Tyros 3 ?
To wrap it up: you get more styles, better sound quality, enhanced expression and a more ergonomic instrument, making it more enjoyable.
It's been a while since the last time a synth surprised me (Korg M1). It sounds so good, with such detail that it brings my creativity and my songs further.
If I could I would buy two... but I would have to be rich!!!
merd's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" good everywhere ......."
NOT EASY TO UNDERSTAND! U NOT THE ÉPEURER OF PIANO IS NOT!! A TAIL??? 10/10
Since 2008, I had ROLAND ........... good styles, sounds good ..... I would do the same choice,
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Cristaldeverre's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
The config is pretty simple if you stay in basic.
The manual is clear and complete in French.
Editing sounds and effects are simple this is not his first goal
I had a juno February 1 S50, DX7, there is some time ..... I jumped on secondhand which saw the price was intéressante.J love it its ability to do everything and instruments on a great stamp
The premiun sounds are expensive in my opinion even if they are beyond reproach.
The gray plastic is fragile metal black is better because the buttons lose their color after a number of manipulations.Je did not buy enough of the four evolutions compared to 3, but can be 5! !
To summarize a great product for solo play.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
Adrien 73's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Yamaha Tyros 3 best arranger hich tech."
To sum up the Yamaha Tyros 3 possde excellent sound engine dowry sonorits trsraliste of functionalities and compltes sophistiqus and the best manufacturing quality.
Stéphanie 27's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
I play the piano and keyboard buttons and I like to know if it is good for the elders of meals (over 60 years) for the following styles of music:
Waltz, Tango, Paso Doble, Marche, Samba, Bolero, etc ...?
Is there the Trumpet sounds, Accordion, Saxo etc ... of fun too?
it is as good as the Ketron SD5 and SD8?
Thank you in advance for your reply
- Yann -
- Is the general configuration is simple?
- Publishing of sound effects or is it easy?
- Is the manual is clear and sufficient? ...?
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- How long have you use it?
- What is the particular feature you like best and least?
- Have you tried many other models before buying it?
- How would you rate the quality / price?
- With experience, you do again this choice ...?
Musicroman's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
- Slow rhythms and classical, is played like a piano (with the same sensitivity, not necessarily in the rhythm)
- More quickly through menus
- King realism, which is great it is to add the joints 1 and 2 on foot
- Sound loops or pieces made entirely from a CD at the touch of a button, a bit like Dj
- Améliarion keyboard
- As the Nord Lead displacement Octave keys, transposition, etc. ... are located near the left hand and easily reachable
- New battery kites are great: you can play the same piece with variations of batteries in a very pro (to pre-program on "Registration Memory")
- They worked on the "subwoofers" for use at all costs, the result is amazing, it gives an extra dimension to pieces.
- A lot of improvement on the intros and "change hands" before I rarely use changes such as a
- Everything is fast, simple and clear, they have really advanced technology combined with simplicity
I would not change arranger for the world today.
Hyper fast and simple, nothing to add
I use it for two weeks, I had a Roland G 70, a pro Pa1X, etc ...
I do not spare it for the world arranger
To complement the touch and sounds I also use an Access Virus TI and a Roland RD 700 SX
5 of 5 people found this review helpful