NAMM 2014: Yamaha Announce PSR E-443 Arranger Keyboard

NAMM 2014: Yamaha Announce New PSR-E443 Arranger Keyboard

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The Yamaha PSR-E443 is an ideal first keyboard in many ways, but also a robust alternative for more experienced players who are seeking advanced features as they perform or compose their own music. With its wide-ranging capabilities it represents a great value as it will grow with players as they build their abilities and confidence.

NAMM 2014: Yamaha Announce PSR E-443 Arranger Keyboard

Main features:
61 touch sensitive keys
XG Lite & GM compatibility
Ultra-Wide Stereo DSP
Reverb, Chorus and Master EQ
Aux line input
Pitch bend wheel
Real time control knobs
DJ Pattern mode
Melody Suppressor with pan control
Aux in crossfade

Changes from PSRE433:
Aux line input
Aux in crossfade
Melody Suppressor with pan control
More Voices (755 vs. 733)
More Styles (200 vs. 186)
More DJ Patterns (20 vs. 10)

The Pan Control on the melody suppressor allows the player to zero in the part they want to suppress. For example, back ground vocals are often slightly panned, so you could zero in on that. The Yamaha PSR-E443 keyboard will ship mid April 2014

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