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Yamaha Tyros 4Item ID: Tyros4
61-key Arranger Keyboard Workstation with 1,803 Voices, 500 Styles, 16-track Sequencer, 2-track Hard Disk Recorder, and Microphone/Instrument Inputs
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From Our Research Team:
Amazing Arranger, Astounding Sounds!What a sound-packed powerhouse! The Tyros 4 is Yamaha's new top-of-the-line arranger keyboard, boasting 1,803 sounds, of which 15 are new Super Articulation 2 Voices that make non-keyboard-based instrument sounds (guitars, horns, strings, etc.) sound unbelievably natural - even when played via 61 keys! Plus, it features enhanced piano, guitar, drum sounds, synth sounds, and more - all inherited from Yamaha's renowned MOTIF synthesizer - to deliver an even broader, richer sonic palette. But the biggest leap forward the Tyros 4 makes compared to its arranger predecessors is in the vocal category. When it comes to sounds, playability, ease of use, the Tyros 4 excels!
Even when played via the keyboard, these new scat, gospel, and classic choir sounds rival those of any software-based sample library found today. And if you're ready to sing along, just plug your mic into the new built-in XLR combo jack - no special cables are required. The Tyros 4 also boasts 2-track hard disk audio recording and comes with its own large-capacity hard drive.
Yamaha Tyros 4 61-key Arranger Keyboard Features:
The Yamaha Tyros 4 is packed with incredible sounds, effects, styles, and recording features to make the most out of your creativity!
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Brandy, Upper Sandusky, OH
Reviewsbased on 6 reviews
by Vinu Eipe from UAEI love this thing, I went through almost everything the competition offered before buying this. Yes it is expensive. But everything you would need is there. The voices are really really good. The sty... read more [+]les are good. I have to agree with the other reviewer that they need to include a printed reference manual. And not just an operating manual. Really stingy move from Yamaha on a 5K dollar keyboard. Im not happy with the manuals. If you are not used to Yamaha keyboards expect a steep learning curve. This is due to the tonnes of features. VH is really usable. And the DSP's are really good and customizable. I don't create much sounds so cant really comment. I love the panflute premium voice though. I got the stand, optional yamaha speakers, sm58 and 1gb option board. close [-]
August 28, 2012
Music Background: Hobbyist
Tyros 4 and Tyros 1
by Robert Lohman from Lawrencevill, NJ 08648My principal activity is arranging and recording backgrounds for female vocalists. When I bought a Tyros1 six years ago I was able to get rid of MIDI and all my sound modules and with the help of the ... read more [+]styles record everything "live" but the vocals on the Tyros. The Tyros 4 is a much improved Tyros 1. Without editing the voices are excellent. A new voice folder called Legacy has some of the best. Try Legacy trombone #19
April 23, 2012
Music Background: Arranger and recording
and clarinet # 8 if you get a chance as examples. There are also some really great vocal voices for bossa tunes. But the styles are where the Tyros 4 really shines. Many are usable without any modification and the intros and endings are great. Try Swing Jazz #4 or Ballad #35 intro III's. The styles use up only 8 tracks so you still have 8 to finish your arrangement. One minor gripe. The strings are not much better than those on the Tyros 1. If I had more space I could get into a number of other areas but all in all I would say that the Tyros 4 is a winner. Especially if you are are a Tyros1 owner so almost no learning curve is required. close [-]
A Perfect Workstation For Me
by Richard Parker from Modesto, CAI love my new Tyros 4 keyboard package. I ordered the stand, speakers, bench, mic, mic stand, headphones and memory upgrade for the system and it is just wonderful.
March 1, 2012
Music Background: Hobbyist & Longtime Musician
Danielle put the who... read more [+]le thing together and gave me a great price. Sweetwater and it's associates is the best! close [-]
Worth the wait!
by Johan Kruger from MIIf you have the Tyros 3 and are thinking of upgrading, here are things to consider. The voice and styles available on this machine are incredible. If the choir and symphony and scats are not your thin... read more [+]g, then stick to the T3. If you own a Tyros 2 or older, an upgrade will give you so much more.
October 12, 2010
Music Background: All for the enjoyment of making music
This keyboard is the best arranger Yamaha has to date - and it shows. With Super Articulation 1 & 2, it really brings the sounds to life. There is a guitar in this baby for everybody.
I'm glad I upgraded. close [-]
Fantastic Instrument, but suffers from a poor users manual
by Richard from South EastA great instrument! Solid, well built, many functions, and true sounds. But the ability to get started and use these functions---even basic operation---is rather handicapped by the lack of a decent ... read more [+]users manual. This earned it a lower score.
January 16, 2012
There's a somewhat steep learning curve and a lot of trial and error necessary as a result. If you spend the time, you can find a number of web sites and forums that can help. (Google "PSR Tutorial" and look for a Tyros lesson). Also, Yamaha customer service is pretty good, but you'll often need to leave a message and they will call you back. They are good about returning calls and it only takes a day.
One useful thing I found is that other than the cryptic (and generally lacking) "Users Manual" that comes with the instrument, Yamaha has a Tyros4 Reference Manual. It's not bad and much more beneficial than what comes with the unit. You can download the Reference Manual from the Yamaha web site. Why a $5000 instrument doesn't have a printed copy is beyond comprehension.
All that said, again, it is a fantastic instrument. close [-]
Yamaha Tyros 4
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