Yamaha Music London presents Innovation Month NEWS


Yamaha Music London presents Innovation Month

Innovation has always been at the heart of music - and not just in the creation of new melodies, arrangements and solos. Even the most traditional of today's musical instruments were a revelation when first created, allowing for brand new timbres and new forms of musicianship. Yamaha continues to push those boundaries every single day - from new technologies which transform traditional instruments, to ground-breaking synthesis engines and effects which allow us to create previously unimaginable sounds. Visit Yamaha Music London, the world-famous music shop in Wardour Street, Soho London during MAY 2018 and get a closer look at some of Yamaha’s most exciting innovations. From traditional pianos which, at the press of a button, can sound like a full symphonic orchestra, to electric violins, whose tone, in conjunction with effects systems, can be entirely transformed; experience the future of music at the Yamaha Music store in London this May. Free one-to-one sessions and demonstrations will be taking place instore. For more information go to www.yamahamusiclondon.com.



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Innovation has always been at the heart of music - and not just in the creation of new melodies, arrangements and solos. Even the most traditional of today's musical instruments were a revelation when first created, allowing for brand new timbres and new forms of musicianship.

Yamaha continues to push those boundaries every single day - from new technologies which transform traditional instruments, to ground-breaking synthesis engines and effects which allow us to create previously unimaginable sounds.

Visit Yamaha Music London, the world-famous music shop in Wardour Street, Soho London during MAY 2018 and get a closer look at some of Yamahas most exciting innovations. From traditional pianos which, at the press of a button, can sound like a full symphonic orchestra, to electric violins, whose tone, in conjunction with effects systems, can be entirely transformed; experience the future of music at the Yamaha Music store in London this May. Free one-to-one sessions and demonstrations will be taking place instore. For more information go to www.yamahamusiclondon.com.

The Future of the Acoustic Guitar

Saturday 12 May 10.30am 5.00pm and Sunday 19 May 11.00 5.00pm

As owners of electro-acoustic guitars will tell you, few things match the sheer joy of plugging into an effects pedal, connecting to an amp and playing with a backdrop of lush, warm reverb. But what if you didn't need the amp, or the pedal - or even the cable? Experience TransAcoustic - the future of acoustic guitars. Using the remarkable Yamaha TransAcoustic technology, the body of the guitar resonates not only with the acoustic vibration of the air and strings, but also with the sound of detailed reverb or chorus. The effect is jaw-dropping. Book your one-to-one session with master guitarist Mete Egge and spend 30 minutes experiencing the TransAcoustic Guitar in person.

Book online https://www.yamahamusiclondon.com/article.php?article_id=253

The Future of the Disklavier, TransAcoustic & Silent Pianos

Saturday 12 May 10.30am 5.00pm, Sunday 13 May 11.00am 5.00pm

Saturday 19 May 2018 10.30am 5.00pm Sunday 20 May 11.00am 5.00pm

Nothing can quite match the incredible tone and sensation you feel when playing a Yamaha upright or grand piano. Yet, in terms of variety and of different sounds, Yamaha award-winning digital pianos lead the way. What if you could have both in one instrument? Experience the future of the piano with the Yamaha Disklavier, TransAcoustic and Silent models. All allow you to practice using headphones; all feature a variety of different sound. Using an incredible new Yamaha technology, Yamaha TransAcoustic Piano can sound like an electric piano, string orchestra, organ or harpsichord at the press of a button. No speakers or headphones are required; the piano's own soundboard creates the sound you hear.

Yamaha Disklavier Enspire pianos can also mimic a wide range of other instruments - but unlike the TransAcoustic Piano, Disklavier Enspire can capture and re-play a pianist's performance - the keys, hammers, strings and pedals move precisely as they did during the original recording session.

Explore the future of the piano to book your appointment visit : https://www.yamahamusiclondon.com/article.php?article_id=254

The CSP Series Smart Piano

Saturday 12th May 10.30am 5.00pm & Sunday 13th May 11.30am 4.30pm

Saturday 19th May 10.30am 5.00pm and Sunday 20th May 11.30am 4.30pm

With its traditional upright piano appearance belying the incredible technologies within, the CSP Series Clavinova and companion Smart Pianist app make it easier than ever before for a complete beginner to start playing the piano. Discover all the amazing ways in which the brilliant new Yamaha CSP Series Smart Piano can help you learn, practice and perform. Book your 30 minute one-to-one (or one-to-family) session with CSP Specialist Paul Thirkettle here: https://www.yamahamusiclondon.com/article.php?article_id=255

The Yamaha Electric Violin & Line 6 Effects

Saturday 12th May 11.00 - 5.00pm and Saturday 19th May 11.00am 5.00pm

Why should guitarists have all the fun? Offering a stunning, modern take on the acoustic violin, our Electric Violin is played in the way as its traditional counterpart - but unlike a normal violin, the Electric Violin can connect to effects pedals, amplifiers and digital modelling systems, allowing you to change and sculpt the sound into something completely new. Visit the Yamaha Music store and watch the Electric Violin being put through its paces. For more details https://www.yamahamusiclondon.com/article.php?article_id=256

To find out more about the events happening during Innovation Month visit yamahamusiclondon.com

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Store Address: Yamaha Music London, 152-160 Wardour Street, London W1F 8YA

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