Yamaha TYROS 5 : why not a TRS System with a second external 76 or 88 master keyboard ?

Tyros TRX system, associer un Tyros avec un clavier externe et des pédaliers : le meilleur des deux mondes ?

 

 

 

Voici la transformation d’un TYROS 4 avec un clavier externe de 76 notes.
Il s’appelle TRX TYROS plus spécialisé dans les sons d’orgues de qualité (voices et samples supplémentaires).
Il me semble très judicieux comme idée.
Avoir un clavier 61 touches pour le transport aisé en concert et quand on est dans son studio, ajouter un deuxième clavier 76 touches par midi…
Je pense que cette solution me convient mieux que le choix d’un 76 touches.

A new TYROS 5 with 76 keys or A TYROS 4 TRX system with external 76 notes keyboard ? If you want real good organs sounds , why not ?
I think this is a good idea : a 61 keys for less weight to carry on gig, at home, an external master keyboard 76 keys connected by midi .

Brand New Tyros 4 Keyboard
Brand New 3 way speaker system
Custom built heavy duty home or portable stand
NEW TRX Deluxe Gas Lift Organ Bench
13 note pedal board
76 note 2nd keyboard
Volume pedal
Sustain pedal
Regi-Stick+
All mains adaptors and leads

Extraordinarily expressive and realistic Voices You’ll hear something different as soon as you play Tyros4’s classical choir Voices: the sound is incredibly natural thanks to Ambient Sampling. For sampling, microphones are normally positioned close to the instrument to capture a direct sound which includes very little of the rooms ambience. For Tyros4’s new classical choirs, the microphone positions were carefully adjusted to capture not only the sound of the choir but also the ambience of the room, resulting in unprecedented clarity and realism of sound. Together with technologies such as Super Articulation,

Tyros4’s pop vocals use Yamaha’s latest voicing technology, Wave Cycling, to bring hugely versatile vocal creativity to your performances. Tyros4 is packed with different vocal articulations such as Aah, Bah, Bee, Doh etc., and Wave Cycling varies the articulation of the Voice as you play. This means that you can now play incredibly realistic “shoo-bee-doo-bah” and scat vocals with remarkable ease! Powerful, professional Auto Accompaniment Styles The Styles of the Tyros4 have been vastly enhanced with the expert use of new Super Articulation and Super Articulation 2 Voices. Greater and more expressive variations in the MegaVoices have been employed as well, particularly in the Scat and Gospel Voices. Dynamic and Versatile Vocal Harmony feature—with Synth Vocoder The newly enhanced Vocal Harmony 2 (VH2) processing engine delivers superior sound, lightning-fast processing, and comprehensive, flexible control of the harmonies applied to your singing voice. It also has a Synth Vocoder feature, providing the dynamic, popular vocoder effect for a variety of luscious and even other-worldly sounds. Moreover, the rear-panel combo jack lets you easily connect either XLR mic cables or 1/4″ phone plug. Voice expandability

Tyros4 is an open-ended instrument that lets you continually expand the available content for your creative explorations. Yamaha has an online service website (http://service.music.yamaha.com) featuring Premium Voices, Waves, Songs and Styles, etc. (called Premium Pack data) that can be purchased and loaded to the Tyros4. (In order to use the additional Waves and Voices you purchased, you’ll need to install the optional Flash Memory Expansion Module.) Audio recording and playback Tyros4 lets you record your performances as audio data, with two different methods, Simple (quick and easy recording to a single audio track) and Multi Track (overdub recording for complex songs). Since the created audio data is saved in WAV file format, you can edit your recordings on computer and share it over the Internet or burn your own original CD. The instrument also allows you to play back MP3 data. Convenient, easy-to-use Music Finder function With the enormous wealth of data available on the instrument (including your own Song and Audio data), the Music Finder function lets you instantly find and call up what you need. Not only can you get ideal setups (Voice, Style, etc.) for each song—searching by song title/genre—you can also easily retrieve your original Song and Audio data (registered beforehand). Additional new panel settings for the Tyros4 can be directly downloaded from the Internet. Enhanced features for directly connecting to the Internet The Tyros4 can also be directly connected to the Internet with the Internet Direct Connection function, allowing you to download special content without the need for a computer. Enhancements include a convenient, easy-to-use IDC Setup Wizard, as well as new security options, with WPA2 and WPA.

AudioRecording No need for separate recording hardware—you can record your keyboard performance as well as your own singing or the sound of other instruments directly to the Tyros4! The audio is captured to the built-in hard disk drive as digital audio data—with absolutely noise-free audio quality. With computer and audio editing software, you can also edit the sound file as needed, and then re-import it to the Tyros4. Since the created audio data is saved in WAV file format, you can easily share your performances over the Internet or burn your own original CD. The instrument also supports MP3 data, allowing you to play back files in that popular format.

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(2 commentaires)

    • Chris on 17 novembre at 23 h 21 min
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    Perso j’ai pris un 61 touches pour le transport après rien ne m’empêche de mettre en midi un clavier 88 en plus avec des touches demi lestées 😉 j’ai jamais trop compris l’engouement pour un 76 mis à part l’encombrement 8)

    1. Tout à fait d’accord. J’ai un T4 (61 touches donc) et un piano numérique Yamaha 88 touches en dessous et c’est parfait. Si je change je prendrai un T5 61 touches.

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