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Yamaha CLP 625 Piano Sound
As soon as you turn on the CLP 625 you are greeted with two world-class sampled grand piano sounds. Yamaha’s own top of the range concert grand piano the CFX offers sparkling highs and a powerful bass. The Bösendorfer Imperial piano is a concert grand with a mellow delicate touch and sounds perfect for classical pieces. There is even the choice of 10 sounds including harpsichord, strings and electric piano. These can be layered together creating interesting sound combinations.
The speaker system has been calibrated carefully with speaker positioning and body materials to ensure that the entire instrument resonates optimally just like an acoustic piano. When listening through the headphones the sound is fully immersive letting you the player enjoy the dispersed sound heard when sitting in front of the piano. This headphone experience makes it seem like the sound is coming from the body rather than straight through the headphones.
Yamaha CLP 625 Piano Touch
The similar feel of the CLP 625 comes from Yamaha’s graded hammer X keyboard with escapement feel. The level of emotion and expression you would expect playing an acoustic piano is felt with a combination of nuances.
The strings resonance creates a sympathetic sound of other strings resonating, emulating the behaviour of an acoustic piano. The key off samples delivers delicate change in the sound the instant the damper falls back to the strings. The damper resonance creates the sound inside a grand piano when the dampers are off the strings. The combination of these nuances creates a satisfying experience.
The synthetic ebony and ivory keys complete the experience for the authentic touch but benefit the musician through their smooth, comfortable feel that doesn’t slip after a long performance. The keyboard can also be split to allow you to play bass in the left and one or two instruments in the right. For dueting the keyboard can be split down the middle in two equal pitches allowing for teacher and student to sit side by side.
Recording With the CLP 625
It is possible to connect the CLP 625 to your computer using the USB port built into the piano. A handy feature when learning the piano is the ability to record each hand separately. We are all taught when learning to practice each hand separately. Having that capability to record one hand and listen to the other will quicken the familiarity of technique.
Yamaha CLP 625 vs CLP 525 Features and Upgrades:
New CFX and Bösendorfer Imperial piano samples CFX Binaural sampling Smooth Release Key-Off samples String Resonance Damper Resonance 256-note polyphony 10 Voices GH3X (Graded Hammer 3X) keyboard with synthetic ebony and ivory keytops Escapement Dual/Duo Digital effect (Reverb) 10 Voice Demo Songs + 50 Piano Songs 2-track recording USB to host Dual headphone jacks 20 W x 2 amplifiers 10 cm x 2 speaker system Acoustic Optimizer Intelligent Acoustic Control (IAC) Stereophonic Optimizer Music braces Connect an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch (wired connection)
Yamaha CLP 625 Specifications and Dimensions:
- Height – 861mm
- Width – 1417mm
- Depth – 427mm
- Weight – 43.4KG
- Finishes – Satin White, Black, Rosewood and Polished Ebony