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Yamaha Keyboards & MIDI

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  1. Yamaha P-115 88-key with GHS Action LC4 Keyboard Lab
  2. Yamaha LC4BASE 8-Student Expansion
  3. Yamaha CP40 STAGE 88-Key Complete Stage Piano Package
  4. Yamaha Montage 8 Synthesizer Package
  5. Yamaha Montage 7 Synthesizer Package
  6. Yamaha CP40 Stage Piano Package
    Yamaha CP40 Stage Piano Package
  7. Yamaha CP4 Stage Piano Package
    Yamaha CP4 Stage Piano Package
  8. Yamaha Tyros5-61 Portable Keyboard Package
  9. Yamaha Motif XF8 White 88-Key Workstation
  10. Yamaha HD-200 Harmony Director - Instructional Keyboard
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    Yamaha MOTIF RACK XS Tone Generator
    Yamaha MOTIF RACK XS Tone Generator
  12. Yamaha Motif XF6 White 61-Key Workstation
    Yamaha Motif XF6 White 61-Key Workstation
  13. Top Rated
    Yamaha PSR-E443 61 Keys Portable Keyboard
    Yamaha PSR-E443 61 Keys Portable Keyboard
  14. Top Rated
    Yamaha NPV60 76-Key Mid-Level Piaggero Ultra-Portable Digital Piano
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    Yamaha Clavinova CLP665 Digital Grand Piano with Bench
    Starting at $5,499.99
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    Yamaha Arius YDP-S34 88-Key Digital Piano - White Walnut
  17. Pre-Order
    Yamaha Arius YDP-S34 Weighted-Action Console Digital Piano
  18. Yamaha YPG-535 88-Key Grand LC4 Keyboard Lab
  19. Yamaha DGX660 88-key Grand LC4 Keyboard Lab
  20. Yamaha NP32 76-Key Piaggero LC4 Keyboard Lab
  21. Yamaha Tyros5-61 with SK AW Survival Kit
  22. Yamaha Arius YDP-142 88-Key Digital Piano with Bench
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    Open Box Yamaha Arius YDP-V240 88-Key Digital Piano
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Yamaha has a long and rich history of keyboard-making; indeed, when Torakusu Yamaha founded the company's back in 1887, their first product was a reed organ! Since then, Yamaha has expanded into other product areas, and in addition to musical instruments, they are now one of the world's leading manufacturers of home audio and hi-fi systems, motorcycles and motor sports equipment, along with many other products. Today, they are the world's largest full-line musical instrument and equipment manufacturer, and in spite of their success in other areas, Yamaha has never forgotten their roots as a musical instrument company -- and more specifically, as a keyboard manufacturer.

Yamaha has been actively involved in the production of a wide assortment of different types of keyboards, with models that are suited to a variety of different applications and needs. In addition to being one of the world's leading manufacturers of organs and acoustic pianos (in addition to to their own highly respected pianos, Yamaha has owned Bosendorfer in Austria since 2008), Yamaha is also a leading provider of portable keyboards, arranger workstations, MIDI keyboard controllers, digital stage pianos, synthesizers and samplers. They even manufacture Diskclavier "player" pianos, the innovative AvantGrand, and even a Celesta.

Yamaha has been a leading synth developer since the introduction of the SY1 in 1974. Over the years, nearly every type of synthesis and sound generation engine imaginable has been used in one Yamaha keyboard or another -- subtractive, PCM ROM sample playback, sampling, FM, vector synthesis and physical modeling, among others. Yamaha was one of the first companies to release a MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) keyboard; 1983's DX-7. This keyboard and the entire DX line used FM (Frequency Modulation) synthesis, and were hugely successful throughout the 80s. Other successful instruments include the SY series, CP series electric and analog pianos, and the KX series MIDI controllers. Today, the synthesizer tradition is carried on with the popular S Series, MM and MO series and Motif series instruments. The P series stage pianos are also quite popular, and the new Piaggero Series piano focused keyboards are already starting to draw attention.

Consumer and portable keyboards from Yamaha have also been very well received by musicians. Their Tyros and PSR series Arranger Workstations allow a single musician to develop complete and complex arrangements in a range of styles that sound like an entire ensemble performing at once.  Other keyboards in the PSR series, as well as the YPT series instruments are ideal for home and hobby use, and even for stage use, and several models have features specifically targeted for the music education and self-instruction markets. Regardless of what your keyboard need is, odds are excellent that Yamaha has a instrument designed to meet it.
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