Designed to let you realize your full potential

Yamaha applied 100 years' experience in crafting acoustic pianos to bring you the CVP Series, which, like all Clavinovas are, first and foremost, pianos. For unrivalled sonic realism there's Yamaha's proprietary Dynamic Stereo Sampling AWM tone generation. As a further step towards providing the ultimate piano sound, CVP Series models also feature stereo samples of a specially selected Yamaha CFIIIS concert grand. Plus the GH (Graded Hammer effect) for incredibly natural touch response. But that's not all. The new extra-large LCD makes operation incredibly easy and offers a score display for more performance versatility and learning support than ever. Which adds up to more musical pleasure for the whole family. All from beautiful, naturally finished instruments that are at home in any modern interior.

Cutting-edge technology for more fun

Smooth, Easy Operation And Score And Lyric Indications With The New LCD Display

The CVP-209's large colour LCD display provides attractive graphics and helpful messages for quick access and error-free operation every time. Display indications include music scores and lyrics for expanded performance versatility as well as karaoke fun. And with the CVP-209 you can enjoy playing while a scene of your choice is displayed, which can even be a picture you took with a digital camera.

Sweet! Live! Cool! Natural! And Other Great Voices

For a new level of performance versatility, Yamaha offers a huge selection of over 800 voices. Besides incredibly realistic Piano voices and XG voices, these include new Sweet, Live, Cool and Natural voices. With Sweet voices, you can enjoy delicate nuances such as the vibrato of wind and brass instruments. Live voices provide stereo samples that capture the unique characteristics of acoustic instruments. In the same way, Cool voices reproduce the subtlest shades of the original sound of electric instruments. Created with the latest technologies, Natural vo

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  • Play And Sing! It's Easy With Guide Lamps And Karao-Key Replacement Cost around $12,000. – The convenient Follow Lights function provides guide lamps over the keyboard light to show you which notes to play. When enjoying karaoke, you can also take advantage of Karao-Key. This lets you control the timing and tempo of the karaoke accompaniment to match your singing simply by hitting any key on the keyboard. Or you can use Vocal CueTIME to start the accompaniment music as soon as you sing in the correct pitch. Discover how good you can be Demo and Help Pressing a button is all it takes to find out what a CVP Clavinova has to offer. Once you read and hear the Voice, Style and Function demos, you'll want to sit down and start playing yourself. And don't worry about complex operations – there's also a handy Help function offering detailed explanations when required. Built-in Demo Songs The CVP-209 offers a choice of 120 built-in "Song Book" songs, with accompaniments, covering a wide range of musical genres. You can also enjoy display in the LCD of the scores of all the songs, and with some songs the lyrics, too. Song Recording In addition to a superb musical instrument, CVP Clavinovas give you a 16-track digital recording studio. You can create complex performances one track at a time, using any of the voices available. Better still, you can also perform step recording, entering notes one at a time. Once you've finished recording, you can save your efforts to the internal flash ROM or a floppy disk. Registration Memory This allows you to store complete instrument setups for instant recall whenever you need them. All it takes is the touch of a button to completely change the entire sound of an instrument, a handy feature for live performances. You can store your setups in the internal flash ROM or on a floppy disk. Pedal-Controllable Functions & Half Pedal For even more flexibility, you can assign any of the available functions, such as Sostenuto and pit

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