Yamaha CP 50

Yamaha CP 50, Stage Piano

Item number: 10044523
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Stage Piano • Keyboard type: Graded Hammer Action (GH) • Keys: 88 keys • sound generation: SCM (Spectral Component Modeling) + AWM2 tone generator • Sounds / Tones: 12 Piano Sounds, 215 other sounds • Polyphony: 128 voices • Effects: Multi-effects, reverb, chorus, equalizer • Modes: Split, Layer • Connections: 1 x Phones, Line out, Foot controller, MIDI (in/out/thru) • Memory: USB Flash drive • USB / MIDI: MIDI In/Out/Thru, USB to Device, USB to Host • Display: Yes, 24 Characters in 2 Rows • Colour / Finish: Black • Dimensions (WxHxD): 138,1 x 16,5 x 33,2 • Weight: 20,9 kg • Including: Power cable, sustain pedal, manual (CD ROM) • 88-key Stage Piano with Spectral Component Modeling, Virtual Circuit Modelling, and Fully Weighted NW-STAGE Wooden Keys • The Yamaha CP1 is an amazing digital stage piano with unique sounds and feels. The CP1 digital stage piano has a retro look and a minimalist control section, but under its surface lies some incredible technology. A unique new Spectral Component Modeling SCM tone generation system accurately lets the CP1 create the sound of acoustic and vintage electronic pianos. In addition, Yamaha developed a new NW-STAGE wooden key action to meet the demands of top professionals. This combination of touch and tone make the CP1 one of the most expressive stage pianos. The CP1's Spectral Component Modeling tone generation technology meticulously recreates the sounds of 17 of Yamaha's acoustic and vintage electronic pianos, including the CFIIIS, S6B, the CP80, Rd1, Rd II, Wr and the DX7. We had an opportunity to hear the legendary Ellis Hall play this fabulous piano, and its faithful reproduction some of these classic pianos simply blew us away! The CP1's Spectrum Component Modeling system achieves its ultra-realistic tone generation by replicating the instrument's physical components such as the hardness of the hammers and the resonance of its sound board. Using granular data, it translates every nuance of the player's touch into an expressive tone. The CP1 models also uses Virtual Circuit Modeling to replicate the effect units, amplifiers, compressors, EQ and other equipment that were so essential in creating many of those legendary vintage sounds.