The CP50 takes the core sounds and technology of the CP1 , but it's flexibility and portability make it perfect for the working pro on the go. The CP50 adds a wide range of sounds to the CP1. Clavs, organs, strings and more make the CP50 perfect for church, school and live situations where everything needs to be performed on one keyboard. The CP50 features not only Virtual Circuit Modeling effects, but many effects taken from the Motif XS line of Synthesizers. The CP50 has a graded hammer action and a light-weight, portable design.
The core Spectral Component Modeling technology added with a wide range of sounds
A unique new SCM (Spectral Component Modeling) tone generation system faithfully recreates the 12 selected sounds of acoustic and vintage electronic pianos and responds to the player's touch to provide more creative expression than ever before possible. Moreover, CP5 has a 215 additional sounds and various effect to make them perfect for wide musical applications.
*The Spectral Component Modeling system starts with a fundamentally different tone generation system than Yamaha has ever used before. By combining Sampling and Modeling technology, it optimizes tone generation for each instrument so that every nuance of the player's touch is translated into expressive tone.
Customizing totally original piano sounds
Allowing you to freely build your own acoustic and electric pianos by selecting different components of piano types, amplifiers, and effects, the Spectral Component Modeling technology makes easy work of recreating standard vintage sounds or realizing unique, original sonic palettes. With your instruments assembled, you can then adjust various parameters of the physical components like "Stiriking Position" to create an even more diverse range of exciting piano sounds.
88-Key Weighted Graded Hammer Action,/h3>
The keyboard of the CP50 utilizes Yamaha's GH (Graded Hammer) technology to reproduce the true "feel" of a grand piano keyboard action, with heavier touch in the lower keys, lighter touch in the higher keys, and subtle gradations of weight and response throughout. Thanks to the input of concert-level, professional pianists during its development, the GH keyboard features superb balance and remarkable consistency.
Record and playback functions for MIDI and audio
Your CP50 can record keyboard performances as MIDI data and store them internally for playback whenever required; alternatively, you can also record these performances as audio data on a USB flash-memory device.
What's more, these and other Wave files from a USB flash-memory device can also be editted by using the bundled Cubase AI5, which offers more convinience for playing demo tracks in live stage or edit live recording in the studio.
* You will need CD Burning Software in order to create a CD.
Maximum Polyphony 128
Tone Generator SCM (Spectral Component Modeling) + AWM2
PerformancesPerformances Preset 10 x 4 groups x 3 banks User 10 x 4 groups x 3 banks External 10 x 4 groups x 3 banks (USB Flash Memory) Parts 3 Voice Block 12 piano voices(SCM + AWM2) + 215 other voices (AWM2) Modulation Effect Block 49 types Reverb 8 types Master Compressor 3-band Master Equalizer 3-band
RhythmNumber of Kits 14 Number of Patterns 100
Control InterfaceKeyboard 88 keys, GH keyboard Display 24 character x 2 lines, vacuum fluorescent display (VFD) Controllers Pitch bend wheel, Master volume, Knobs 1 to 3, Part volume x 3, Master equalizer x 3
ConnectivityConnectors Line Out L/MONO,R (Unbalanced) Headphones Headphones jack (stereo-phone) Foot Switch SUSTAIN, ASSIGNABLE Foot Controller ×1 MIDI IN, OUT, THRU USB TO HOST, TO DEVICE
Size/WeightDimensions Width 1,381 mm Height 165 mm Depth 332 mm Weight Weight 20.9 kg
OtherPower Consumption 7W Additional package contents Power adaptor PA-150 (or an equivalent recommended by Yamaha) , Foot pedal FC3, Owner's Manual, Owner's Manual CD-ROM, Software DVD-ROM (Cubase AI)
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