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Yamaha Electone HS4

Organ from Yamaha belonging to the Electone series.

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" My first Electone Organ"

Yamaha Electone HS4Published on 11/20/11 at 13:29
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
What type of keyboard electronic organ with two keyboards of 49 notes and 20 notes of a pdalier (positive) expression pedals with assignable switch, assignable to the knee lever

How many sounds, effects, can not say, basic effects (rverb, sustain, vibrato)

Amplification: 30 watts (mono 2-way)

Connectors: MIDI in / out, mono audio output, auxiliary output Stereo.

I use the auxiliary outputs Stereo (and MIDI) to attack my M-Audio interface with a PC and software like Cubase or Omnnisphre

Other: Possibility to save on cartridge memory rglages

UTILIZATION

The configuration gnrale Is it easy? The configuration is difficult and plutt ncessite user manual labor is

The......
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What type of keyboard electronic organ with two keyboards of 49 notes and 20 notes of a pdalier (positive) expression pedals with assignable switch, assignable to the knee lever

How many sounds, effects, can not say, basic effects (rverb, sustain, vibrato)

Amplification: 30 watts (mono 2-way)

Connectors: MIDI in / out, mono audio output, auxiliary output Stereo.

I use the auxiliary outputs Stereo (and MIDI) to attack my M-Audio interface with a PC and software like Cubase or Omnnisphre

Other: Possibility to save on cartridge memory rglages

UTILIZATION

The configuration gnrale Is it easy? The configuration is difficult and plutt ncessite user manual labor is

The manual is clear and thankfully still available in French and English

Ldition sound is not comfortable and MRIT an editor on the PC using the MIDI interface.

Electone organs possde programming opportunities compltes trs, including records that make them good tools trs to move from a piece the other trs soon live. Everything can be stored and recalled in an internal squenceur.

The bote rhythm is pretty easy to use with features of "Fill In". The rhythms can also be reprogrammed and you can play the drums from the keyboard or from the bottom pdalier.

SOUNDS

Sound: FM synthse, edition sounds possible, sounds good gnral, but the MODEL HS-8 AWM has the technology, much practitioner.

Difficult to give an opinion on this or that those who know the sound synthse FM 4 oprateurs have a good idea of ​​limitations ...

OVERALL OPINION

I use this organ for 6 months, have made a good APRS re-state, two key changes breakages, cleaning intgral both keyboard and Repair Tool RVision complte p Dali (the weak point of Electone organs).

I have tried many brands and hsit between a Wersi organ, Technics and Yamaha Electone, eventually I DCID for this Yamaha.

I chose this Electone HS SERIES due pdalier 20 notes (usually pdalier organs have only one octave (13 notes) and the fact that possdait DJ MIDI interface (the organ HS-4 in 1987).

One point I do not like is the menu Systm multiple rotating the top right of the panel, which is more clear-rtro not always easy to find when plays in the evening.

How do you report qualitprix? With the exprience, you do again this choice? YES without a doubt, both given my budget Reduces, possder organ worth 5000 Euros in nine and less than 100 Euros in the end (purchase and spices dtach) allows me trs to have a good organ.
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  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: Electone HS4
  • Series: Electone
  • Category: Organs
  • Added in our database on: 07/12/2006

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Other names: electonehs4, electone hs 4, elect 1 hs4, elect 1 hs4, elect 1 hs 4

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