Yamaha has introduced the PSR-SX700 and PSR-SX900 Arranger Workstations, two 61-key keyboards for composition, arranging and live use.
The new models (which replace the PSR-S775 and PSR-S975), employ numerous features from Yamaha's advanced Genos workstation keyboard. Both new models share a 7-inch TFT touch screen that incorporates the same intuitive GUI offered on Genos, allowing users to easily navigate Voice and Style assignments, as well as other features.
Six new assignable controller buttons have been added beneath the touch screen, plus a new joystick controller with modulation hold opens up expressive possibilities as well.
Built-in content from the Yamaha Voice & Style Expansion library provides instant access to a wide variety of international content. Expansion memory size has been increased in both keyboards—to 400MB in the PSR-SX700, 1GB in the PSR-SX900—allowing users to further customize their instruments. New Voices and DSP have also been added, inherited from Genos as well.
The Yamaha PSR-SX900 (MSRP $2,799) and PSR-SX700 (MSRP $1,999) are expected to ship in October 2019.
For more information and a full list of features visit usa.yamaha.com