SKU: 810006 UPC: 889025129206
Yamaha PSR-E373 61-Key Portable Keyboard w/PA130 Power Adapter
The PSR-E373 is an ideal portable keyboard for beginners and hobbyists. It's packed with well over 622 stunning sounding instrument Voices and a wealth of accompaniment Styles. 11 Super Articulation Lite Voices (SALite), inherited from the powerful PSR-S models, are now included, which give you even greater expressive, real time, control (String Scratches/Guitar Slide noise), adding to the realism of the Voice. It features touch sensitive keys.
- Touch-sensitive keys add dynamics to your playing. Play lightly and the sound is soft. Strike the key hard and it's loud.
- The AWM (Advanced Wave Memory) Dynamic Stereo Sampling engine recreates the realism of an acoustic instrument, reproducing its dynamic nuances by recording samples of various playing strengths.
- Smart Chord lets you play great-sounding chords from simple Pop triads to complex jazz 7th chords with just a few fingers.
- Super Articulation! Lite Voices can be controlled with the "Art" button to intuitively reproduce the natural expressive nuances of non-keyboard instruments, allowing keyboard players to achieve realistic expression.
- Duo mode splits the keyboard into two halves, each with their own "middle C" for practicing with a partner
- Yamaha Education Suite (Y.E.S.) allows you to practice using the preset songs (or MIDI files on compatible instruments) at your own pace, one hand at a time, or both together.
- Registration Memories allow you to save and recall panel settings like Voice, Song, Pattern, and/or Style to quickly access your favorite configurations.
- USB to HOST connectivity with MIDI and audio transfer means you only need one cable to connect to your music-making software.
- 1/8" AUX input takes output from a portable music player, iOS device, mixer or computer and uses the instrument's speakers to play back the audio.
- Keys to Success lesson mode helps you to learn songs one step at a time, at your own pace.
- Touch Tutor lesson mode tracks the velocity or strength the keys are played at in order to teach dynamics.