YAMAHA Clavinova CLP 380
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How to use style files for yamaha keyboard and how to play more beautiful music with them. Yamaha portable keyboards include the Yamaha PSR K1, Yamaha PSR 170, Yamaha PSR 172, Yamaha PSR 175, Yamaha PSR 273, Yamaha PSR 275, Yamaha PSR 290 , Yamaha PSR 292, Yamaha PSR 350, Yamaha PSR 550, Yamaha PSR 1100, Yamaha PSR 2100 and Yamaha PSR 3000.
Other popular portable keyboards are the Yamaha DGX, Yamaha Clavinova, Yamaha Tyros, Yamaha Motif, Yamaha MIDI keyboards, and many more
General Midi - is an addition to the MIDI standard which ensures that any GM-compatible music data can be accurately played by any GM-compatible tone generator, regardless of manufacturer. The GM mark is affixed to all software and hardware products that support GM System Level.
XGlite - As its name implies, "XGlite" is simplified version of Yamaha's high-quality XG tone generation format. Naturally, you can play back any XG song data using an XGlite tone generator. However, keep in mind that some songs may play back differently compared to the original data, due to the reduced set of control parameters and effect.
Yamaha Clavinova CLP-380|
The CLP 380 is the flagship model in the CLP 300 series. The CLP 380 features a 5-velocity level grand piano with synthetic ivory keytops and natural wood white keys. It also comes with a tri-amp system with 8 speakers and more voices than the CLP 370.
The on board metronome allows the user to set the time signature, metronome volume, metronome voice, which can vary from a bell sound to a voice counting 1, 2, 3, 4 in five different languages!
Lastly, you can also set split points and layer voices over each other to create thick sounding textures, and you can adjust your usual features such as temperament and touch sensitivity and, oh yeah, you can also connect to the internet too.
The Clavinova CLP 380 is what a CLP should be: a stunning piano, great touch, lots of voices, 16-track sequencer with a well-rounded effects processor. All of these features, however, probably won't come at a cheap price. Plus, the line between CLP and CVP models starts to get a little blurry in this price range.
Nevertheless, the CLP 380 is Yamaha's most technologically advanced and full-featured Clavinova CLP to date and it's wonderful - it's no surprise that the Clavinova is the world's most popular digital piano.
88 keys Natural Wood Keaboard with synthetic ivory keytops
38 Sounds + 480 XG Sounds + 12 Drum Kits
Dynamic Stereo Sample with 5 Dynamic steps
Sustain / Key Off- and String Resonance Sample
128 notes polyphony
Chorus und Brilliance
Dual and Split Function
16 Track Sequenzer
50 Preset Songs
2x headphone jack
1x Midi In/Out/Thru
1x AUX in/out
1x USB-to host
2x USB-to device
LAN Internet Direct Conection
Tri Amp System 2x 35 Watt 2x 20 + 2x 20 Watt and 2x 12 Watt
Finish: polished ebony
Dimensions (W x D x H):1406 x 512 x 943 mm
Weight: 95 kg