Restoring the System Setup in Your Yamaha PF-1000 Home Digital Piano

Yamaha pf1000 Home Digital Piano is a piano with unrivaled sonic realism and graded-hammer action for true grand piano touch response and dynamics. It uses three layers of stereo piano samples. Each of these samples are set at a different velocity so when you play lightly you hear a soft delicate piano sound. The Yamaha pf1000 provides over 800 voices including realistic pianos and XG voices such as Sweet, Live, Cool, and Natural for a variety of sounds that will challenge your creativity. And you can add 6 blocks of digital effects (Reverb, Chorus, DSP) for a richer sound. But the Yamaha PF1000 doesn’t stop there. Other great features include 259 professionally arranged accompaniment styles, large LCD with graphical user interface, 96-note polyphony, PC interface (TO HOST) for computer connection, and score/lyrics display function and video out jack.

According to several user reviews, they have praised a Yamaha PF-1000 for the sounds are overall pretty good and make good when recorded in multitrack. The pianos are quite correct and you should have quite a level of demand not to be satisfied with the choice of sounds on offer. Also, some users have complained it for among the sounds worse, the guitar but also the drums sections missing a few “layers”.

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Restores the System Setup:

To restoring the System Setup in Your Yamaha PF-1000, just simply power ON while simultaneously holding the highest key on the keyboard (C7).

Warning! This procedure will restores the System Setup parameters to the original factory settings. Do not use this function unless you are certain that you want to do this. Hopefully the article of “Restoring the System Setup in Your Yamaha PF-1000 Home Digital Piano” can help you.

Reference: Yamaha PF-1000 manual

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