Piano is one of the most tender musical instruments ever created – the soothing melodies one could play with it know no bounds, and it’s not a coincidence that you want to become a piano player yourself. We’re here to talk about digital pianos in general – what they are, and what you should know before purchasing one, among other things.
The New Yamaha PSR-E463
This Pack is really popular with Musikshack Musicians, and Yamaha keeps upgrading their instruments. PSR-E463 offers significant improvements compared to its predecessor. The highly playable Groove Creator function lets you add intros, section changes, and musical climaxes to Grooves, similarly like a DJ. Yamaha has increased the number of Groove Patterns to 35, including ten new ones. A new Quick Sampling feature lets you quickly capture audio samples to internal memory or USB and play them on the keys. Tweak the new assignable Live Control Knobs for synth-type sound adjustments on the fly. The PSR-E463 also includes larger collections of instrument Voices and more onboard backing Styles, giving you more options for your backing tracks, plus added storage for optional Expansion Styles. And put the finishing touches on your creations with ten DSP effects, plus 12 reverb, 5 chorus, 6 master EQ, and 26 harmony effects.
Everything for a Student
As with previous Yamaha PSR models, the E463 is a tremendous value for players who are just getting started. A solid-feeling keybed helps students learn how to navigate the core of a piano and work on their technique for acoustic instruments, organs, and synths. A convincing grand piano model brought to life by a pair of rich stereo speakers makes practice time enjoyable. And the included Yamaha Education Suite will teach your favorite beginner the essentials of the piano and a wide range of piano standards in no time.
FX and harmony modes with 48-note polyphony
The E463's expanded 48-note polyphony means you can play more complex chords and melodies without dropping notes. And more notes means more effect modes, too: nine types of onboard reverb and four choruses let you add piano-hall ambience to your concert performances and smooth jazz modulation to your electric pianos. The E463's 26 types of harmonization are a useful compositional and recording tool, allowing you to workshop major, minor, and parallel harmonies without being a theory expert.
Features for intermediate students and professionals
The Yamaha PSR-E463 grows alongside you as you learn. Performers and songwriters will appreciate the 410's onboard accompaniment styles. These styles include Brazilian, Indian, Chinese, and more. Each intelligent backing track adjusts automatically to the notes you play, making it easier than ever to accompany yourself and flesh out song ideas. USB and aux inputs let you play along with pre-recorded backing tracks or music from your phone, and USB Host/Device capability makes it easier than ever to record MIDI and music directly into your computer or tablet.
This PSR is moving like hotcakes at Musikshack. Buy your Yamaha E463 now for fast delivery and freeshipping.
Number of Keys: 61 Type of Keys: Touch Response Other Controllers: Pitchbend Polyphony: 48 Notes Presets: 35 grooves, XG Lite Voice Library Memory: 1.73 MB Storage: USB flash drive Formats: WAV, SMF Number of Effects: 59 Effects Types: DSP, Reverb, Chorus, Master EQ, Harmony Audio Recording: WAV (44.1kHz, 16 bit, stereo) Audio Playback: WAV (44.1kHz, 16 bit, stereo) Audio Inputs: 1 x 1/8" (aux) Audio Outputs: 1 x 1/4" TRS (out/headphones) USB: 1 x Type A, 1 x Type B MIDI I/O: USB Pedal Inputs: 1 x 1/4" (sustain) Built-in Speakers: 2 x 4.7", 6W per side Power Supply: 12V DC power supply (sold separately) / 6 x AA batteries Height: 5.47" Width: 37.24" Depth: 15.91" Weight: 14.55 lbs.