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The Yamaha PSR-S900 is an upper-range keyboard released in late 2007.

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Pros

61 full-size keys feel real, play well.

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Internet Direct Connection allows for quick and easy access to any midi track.

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Fully featured: 392 voices and 19 drum/SFX kits, 480 XG voices, GM2 and GS

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Save settings and compositions directly on to a USB flash drive.

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Vocal Harmony feature works surprisingly well, allow for some tweaking.

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Allows for extensive organ tonal tweaking for a customized organ sound.

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Very realistic synthesized instruments due to MegaVoices and Super Articulation voices.

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The Yamaha PSR-S900 is an upper-range keyboard released in late 2007. This arranger workstation is a step down from the PSR-S910, as this model has a smaller music database, fewer MegaVoices and MIDI playback only. A 320 x 240 pixel color LCD screen is built-in, allowing the unit to display sheet music and other information. The Yamaha PSR-S900 features Yamaha’s MegaVoices, which are a set of sound effects designed to enhance the playback of built-in styles. Another feature is Vocal Harmony, which allows users to dynamically insert male or female backup singers into a track. Additionally, musicians can save their complete songs by recording to an attached USB device, including any keyboard-connected microphones or guitars.

Features
  • 5.7” (320 x 240) color LCD screen
  • 61 keys with touch response
  • USB audio recorder
  • MegaVoices
  • Vocal Harmony
  • 23 Super Articulation voices
  • Virtual drawbars
  • Mic/guitar input
  • Video output
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Anonymous
02/11/2012 02:02

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