Why We Love Yamaha PSR-EW300 Portable Keyboard
Yamaha PSR-EW300 Review : The legendary YPG 235 was the perfect instrument for anyone looking for a piano with 76 keys and portability at the same time look.
But, this is a review of Yamaha PSR-EW300 which is the musical evolution of the YPG 235. It is getting loved and appraisals from pianist from everywhere.
The PSR-EW300 is a smart choice for the budding pianists. This awesome piano comes with the wide, 76 keys touch-sensitive keyboard.
What I didn't liked is the overall size. The piano looks quite bulky at first view but is still quite lightweight though (13 pounds) which makes it quite portable and easy to move.
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From my personal experience I can say that Playing this piano is very expressive and feels exactly like acoustic pianos. I am sure you will also feel the same.
Some Notable Features Of Yamaha PSR-EW300
Keys (Touch Sensitive)
Yamaha PSR-EW300 has a touch-responsive keyboard with increased 48- note polyphony which is helpful for performing complex passages.
The touch sensitive keys is one of the most needed feature for any beginner to get a slight feel of acoustic pianos.
The function of touch responsive keys are like If you play the keys heavily you’ll get a louder sounds and when you play the keys lightly, you’ll get quieter sounds.
Touch Sensitive Keys makes your performances more musically expressive and vibrant.
Advance Connectivity , MIDI
The PSR-EW300 also features a USB TO HOST terminal and MIDI connectivity.
You can digitally record your performances to your computer or iOS device. You can also play back the recordings and the sound will be reproduced by the instrument’s speakers.
In fact, during special occasions you can use this connection to playback music from your device’s library. Basically, now you have a glorious boom box.
Duo mode allows you to divide the keyboard into two halves so that two people can easily play on the same instrument. This feature allows for duet performance.
In addition to the realistic piano voice, the PSR-EW300 has 574 additional high quality voices.
To access them, you just need to simply press the voice button and from the voice list select your voice by typing in the corresponding number.
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My another favorite feature is Touch Tutor Lesson mode. This lesson mode tracks the velocity or the strength of the keys that are played in order to teach you dynamics.
Another notable feature of the PSR-EW300 I noticed is the 165 accompaniment styles.
By turning on the melody suppressor, you can cancel the vocal tract on songs played back from your player and sing or play the melody yourself.
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My Experience With Yamaha PSR EW300
What can be improved is the overall size, don't get me wrong here. The keyboard is extremely lightweight (13 Lb) but I think the size can be reduced a bit.
One more improvement can be done is the auto install of the drivers. No body likes to download and install drivers separately. But it is not a big issue at all. (Note: The drivers get installed automatically on all of the pianos. thanks Yamaha for noticing this)
The combination of high quality voices, accompaniment styles and USB TO HOST and MIDI makes the PSR-EW300 a great songwriting tool.
The piano is ideal for intermediate and beginners who are looking for an amazing price/value keywboard with high quality sound.
As I said earlier the price is also very affordable and I can guarantee that you won't regret your purchase for sure.
That's all from Our End.
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