Yamaha PSR6000 Arranger Workstation Digital Keyboard

YAMAHA Updated: 2007-10-03
Yamaha PSR6000 Arranger Workstation Digital Keyboard

Large Display and Multi-function Controls
Extra-large backlit LCD panel and multi-function controls constitute the most advanced control interface ever offered on an electronic keyboard.

Help Function
If you're ever in doubt about what a display means or a button does, the PSR-6000 help function is always available. Help is provided in the form of plain, easy-to-read text that offers concise instructions.

128 Vibrant Voices with Dual and Split Modes
The Yamaha AWM tone generation system delivers a range of 128 vibrant voices that sparkle with realism. From acoustic piano to synthesizer.

Custom Voice Editing
If you need an original voice, the Custom Voice Edit mode will let you create it. Create a full set of 128 custom voices.

Versatile 8-track Sequencer
Sophisticated 8-track sequencer can be used as a complete composition tool, or to simply record "music-minus-one". The sequencer records automatic accompaniment data as well as anything you play on the keyboard. It also lets you edit and refine recorded tracks with a comprehensive range of editing functions that make it easier to create a truly polished sound.

Digital Effects
23 digital reverb-based effects and 9 modulation type effects that can give your sound an extra measure of ambience and animation.

Disk Orchestra Collection and General MIDI Software Compatibility
Yamaha Disk Orchestra Collection disks will let you enjoy listening to automated performances or function as your "private music tutor", allowing you to practice various parts of a piece while the others are played automatically. The PSR-6000 will also play Standard MIDI File.

Built-in Floppy Disk Drive
Custom voices, custom accompaniments, sequences, pad assignments, and complete panel setups can be saved to external 3.5" floppy disks.

Auto Harmony
16 different Auto Harmony modes that can be used with its Auto Bass Chord features.

Versatile MIDI Functions
General MIDI Level 1 standard. Keyboard performance and sequencer playback are transmitted via the MIDI interface allowing broad control of external MIDI devices, and a bulk dump feature allows virtually all internal data to be transferred to another keyboard or data storage device. It can also function as a 16-channel multi-timbre tone generator for computer or sequencer-based MIDI music systems.