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I'm in love with this thing,
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I've never played the keyboard before, but always had a passion for it. In short I love this thing. It's really well built and good quality. Just in case you were a beginner like me and you had no clue about keyboards then I'll tell you it's powered by an AC plug. You can enable and disable touch sensitivity on the keys. It has a little screen with a piano on it, so everytime you play a key it shows up on the little screen and also shows you which music note you are playing. It has built in songs. When you play the song each note played shows up on the little screen, so you can learn how to play the song. Unfortunately I was upset to know that a MIDI output USB cable is not included, but you can buy a decent one for about 5-10 pounds. Aside from that P&P were really good and I'm really happy to have bought it :D
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Initial post: 16 Dec 2011 13:35:19 GMT
Is there a particular stand that people have found works well with the PSRE333 keyboard? (Yamaha seem to recommend the L-2C, but that is non height-adjustable...). Has anyone got the £29.99 or £24.99 folding stands from Amazon, with this keyboard? Are they OK? Are there stands that don't fit well, that I should avoid? (I'm currently using the ironing board while I try to make up my mind!)
In reply to an earlier post on 14 Jan 2012 00:50:44 GMT
Amazon Customer says:
I've got nothing to add to the review, but I just had to give two thumbs up and a big grin to your inventive use of the ironing board, WendyB!
Posted on 24 Mar 2012 18:18:07 GMT
Can someone please advise whether the PSRE333 has a key-change facility that allows music written for a tenor to be played and performed by a bass/baritone singer when the notes are played as written? In other words, for the key signature to be changed at will. If so which button relates to a key change?
Posted on 24 Mar 2012 18:21:32 GMT
Can someone please advise whether the PSRE333 has a key-change facility that allows music written for a tenor to be played and performed by a bass/baritone singer when the notes are played as written? In other words, for the key signature to be changed at will. If so which button relates to a key change? Also, for beginners, can chords be played with the left hand from a single key?
In reply to an earlier post on 26 Apr 2012 01:17:10 BDT
ho ho ho ironing board! Gd Question , thanks .
In reply to an earlier post on 23 May 2012 14:28:54 BDT
I am not really qualified to answer your first question, but would suggest you download the Manual and have a look at the chapter "Function Settings". If you search for "yamaha psr-e333 manual", the top result should be a download link for the PDF manual.
As for your second question, in "Playing with Style" mode, the keyboard is split into two and you can indeed play a chord by hitting a single key with your left hand. Again, take a look at the manual to make sure this is what you are looking for. Regards.
In reply to an earlier post on 23 May 2012 20:09:08 BDT
Many thanks. I'll follow up your suggestions. It is a disappointing feature in the advertisements that they do not indicate whether a transposition facility exists. For me it's the difference between buying and not buying a particular keyboard.
In reply to an earlier post on 8 Aug 2012 18:29:03 BDT
Mr. Peter T. Haley says:
Yamaha PSRE333 Portable Keyboard Yes this keyboard has an incremental pitch change function. Go to Function Setting List in the manual.Select 003 and choose between minus 12 or plus 12 to change the shift in key.
Posted on 5 Jul 2013 21:01:20 BDT
A. S. Osei-bimpong says:
does it have a midi interface - if I was to get a Midi to usb cable such as this http://www.amazon.co.uk/Cable-Adaptor-Musical-Keyboard-Laptop/dp/B002MXP6YS/ref=sr_1_1?s=musical-instruments&ie=UTF8&qid=1373054280&sr=1-1&keywords=midi+to+usb would I be able to record on my pc?
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