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Yamaha launches two new keyboards
The company has unveiled the MX49 and MX61 music production synthesizers which are in line with Yamaha's strong tradition of producing the very best in these instruments.
Both models are part of the company's high-end MOTIF synth range but come at an affordable price, meaning that even those on the tightest of budgets will be able to benefit from the best of the best in terms of synthesizers.
The 49-key MX49 is available to buy from £499 RRP, while the larger MX61 hits stores with a price tag of £649 RRP. For those looking to emulate bands such as the Kaiser Chiefs, Klaxons and Maximo Park, these synths are a must.
Yamaha's Chris Irvine said: "All you need is an idea and the MX synth to start creating great pro-quality tracks and grooves. Professional 'MOTIF' sounds, highly sophisticated editing functionality, powerful on-board software integration – all combined in the most affordable, professionally capable music production product Yamaha have ever created."
Posted by JM.Posted on 26 Oct 2012 15:09 to category : Music News
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