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Yamaha PSR-S910 61-Key Arranger Workstation

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The accompaniment styles found on the Yamaha PSR-S910 61-Key Arranger Workstation give keyboard players a quick and easy way to sound fully arranged with little or no setup required. The powerful Musi... Click To Read More About This Product

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The accompaniment styles found on the Yamaha PSR-S910 61-Key Arranger Workstation give keyboard players a quick and easy way to sound fully arranged with little or no setup required. The powerful Music Finder feature even allows them to set up the entire keyboard by simply selecting one of thousands of song titles. Style, tempo, variation, and right-hand voices are instantly set when you select a titleā€it couldn't be any quicker or simpler.

The Yamaha PSR-S910 allows one keyboardist to instantly sound like they're backed by L.A.'s hottest session players, Nashville hired guns, or New York's finest studio cats, all at the touch of a button and the voicing of a chord.

Super Articulation Voices give strings, reeds, and brass sounds real-time expressiveness previously unattainable on a keyboard. Add to this a luxurious 5.7" color screen and professional features like USB audio recording and playback of MP3 files (the most ubiquitous audio file format today) and you've got an arranger workstation second only to Yamaha's legendary Tyros3.


  • Super articulation voices
  • Sounds from the legendary Tyros3
  • Microphone input with 3-part vocal harmony
  • MP3 playback
  • Color screen
  • 128-note polyphony
  • 16-track sequencer
  • Audio recorder
  • Internet direct connect and USB connectivity
  • Dozens of effects
  • Keyboard: 61-key, full-size with touch response (velocity sensitive)
  • Display: large 5.7" TFT color
  • Lyric/Text/ Score: Yes/Yes/Yes
  • Voices and compatibility: 1186 GM2/XG/GS compatible
  • Dual/split: yes - L1, R1, R2
  • Polyphony: 128 notes
  • One Touch/Reg.: 4 per style/8 pads x unlimited
  • Music database: 1550 preset (up to 2500)
  • Y.E.S./Lessons: no
  • Styles: 293 Pro + 29 Session + User
  • Style sections: 3 intro/endings + A-D + Fill x 4
  • MIDI: In/Out + USB slave
  • Storage device: USB device, 1.4MB flash
  • Effects: 42Rev/71Chor/DSP (271X1,130X3)
  • Harmony: 17 types
  • Multi pads: 4 x 95 Banks + User
  • In/Out jacks: phones, FS x 2, L/R Out+Fixed, MIC
  • Speakers: 12cm x 2/4cm x 2 (dome)
  • Amplifier: 12W + 12W
  • Power Supply: PA-300 (included)
  • Dimensions: 5.92" H x 39-1/2" W x 17.1" D
  • Weight: 25-1/2 lb.
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YamahaPSR-S910 61-Key Arranger Workstation

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By Richard B

from Vienna VA

Comments about Yamaha PSR-S910 61-Key Arranger Workstation:

Fabulous instrument - not at all disappointed. Good value for money. Great voices, great styles, the Music Finder link makes hours of playing effortless in quickly changing to the right set-up. Does an incredible amount and makes my playing ever so much more enjoyable than the Yamaha portable grand series did. A bit complex to run all of the many options but the great DVD series by Simon Smith - 5 audio CDs and 2 DVDs gives a 20 day lessons plan that covers the PSR 900, almost identical and has eased the learning curve - look for ISBN 978-0-9547089-2 on the web under the title "PSR-S900 made easy"

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Looks like a TOY.. sounds like an Orchestra

By John Starbuck

from Nashville, TN

Comments about Yamaha PSR-S910 61-Key Arranger Workstation:

Simply unbelievable. I did a LOT of research before committing to this, but is is perfect for my needs. I continue to marvel and learn new things every day, but the voices and styles (accompaniment arrangements) DO sound HUGE and special. Recording is easy and as many reviewers have written in other places "Yamaha GOT IT RIGHT." Many of the voices come from Tyros 3, and even though this instrument is top of the mid range (PSR S720 is good also), it doesn't sound anything but GOOD. The ONLY real criticisms I've seen are that it has only 61 keys. That's NOT a problem for me, the octave control allows for all the spectrum, and the 61 makes it infinitely more portable to play for various "gigs." The other drawback is the non-weighted keys, again, no problem. They are expressive and can be easier to play especially for long programs and when using the various voices. (amazing). So... if you are considering this, disregard for those 2 drawbacks. Other than that, I cannot of but ONE. That is the music rack is very slight and doesn't do well with heavy fake books or weighty books. But again, easy to fix.. just use a separate conductor stand. I"m sure this was developed to make it easily portable, but wish the rack was a bit more heavy duty. Is fun to be able to make own arrangement styles and download from the internet, but the vastness of what IS included makes me wonder WHEN I'll want to do that. Music finder is a good tool and this is arranger keyboard is a DIFFERENT instrument.. it is not a piano--- although the voices and music when played solo piano is flawless. However, when it best shines is when you hear the various combo sounds. Movie themes sound like the orchestra played as the movie credits roll, combo sounds sound intimate, expressive, creative and REAL. I guess it the guitar strumming and articulated sounds (with more expression and nuances like fret noise and sliding etc.) are what just make me wonder... is this REAL? If you want to have some fun...forget that it LOOKS like a toy.. and just listen to the sounds on the self contained speakers and even more so when amplified for bigger venues. Someone wrote it makes one want to quit his day job... and that is true. HOURS fly by with this incredible piece of technology. NOW.. I have to say.. Guitar Center was a great place to buy. The staff is very knowledgeable and helpful without pressure or hovering. I went back 3-4 times to test/play this instrument before purchasing. It is a bit hard to find hanging fairly high on a wall (hopefully protected from young children banging and pressing everything). They had a good price and have been very helpful in every way regarding this purchase and others I've made. I guess GC is a candy shop for adults who love to make music. I hope this review helps you know both this product and GC are a great combo!!

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