Yamaha introduced a redesigned lineup of CP Series Professional Stage Pianos at Winter NAMM 2010, which let keyboard players fully express their passion for playing. Among the new CP Series is the Yamaha CP50, a portable and flexible digital piano which is perfect for professionals on the go. The Yamaha CP50 features 88-key Weighted Graded Hammer Action Keyboard. The CP50 incorporates 128-note Polyphony, a unique new core sounds of Spectral Component Modeling (SCM) tone generation technology, Virtual Circuit Modeling Effects, Motif XS Synthesizers Effects, wide range of sounds like clavs, organs, strings and many more.
The Yamaha CP50 new SCM technology recreates the sounds and nuances of 12 selected Yamaha acoustic and vintage electronic piano sounds. Additionally, the Yamaha CP50 has 215 additional sounds and various effect to make them ideal for wide musical applications. The Yamaha CP50 can also record keyboard performances as MIDI data for playback whenever required and a range of professionally arranged rhythms for added live performance options. The new Spectral Component Modeling technology allows players to adjust the instrument physical components, including the hardness of the hammers, resonance of the sound board and the striking position of the hammers. It also relies on granular parametric data that translates every nuance of the player touch into an expressive tone.
The Yamaha CP50 also allows players to freely build own acoustic and electric pianos by selecting different components of piano types, amplifiers, and effects and customized original piano sounds to an even more diverse range of exciting piano sounds. This easy to carry, compact design and light-weight portable keyboard weight 21 kg.