Upgraded, Updated, Ideal First Arranger
For many reasons, the Yamaha PSR-E363 Portable Arranger is the ultimate beginner keyboard/arranger. As the successor to the PSR-E353, it is packed with well over 500 stunning instrument voices and a wealth of accompaniment styles — and it features 61 touch-sensitive keys, on-board lessons, and computer and mobile device connectivity. The USB to HOST port allows for both MIDI and audio to pass to and from a computer’s recording software along a single cable, transforming the PSR-E363 into a speaker system for your computer, so you can listen to your recordings instantly or even play along with your favorite songs from your computer’s music library.
Extra-nice incarnation of an already-winning design
The Yamaha PSR-E363 Portable Arranger has the same 2-track song recorder, Yamaha Education Suite, Duo Mode for partner practice/instruction, and 61 touch-sensitive keys of its predecessor, the PSR-E353. However, the PSR-E363 brings several expanded offerings: 48-note polyphony, USB to HOST audio and MIDI (previously only MIDI), seven extra music styles, and Touch Tutor Mode, which tracks the keystrike velocity in order to teach dynamics. Sweetwater Academy of Music and Technology instructors love the PSR-E363’s many upgrades!
Yamaha PSR-E363 Portable Arranger Features:
- Touch-sensitive keys add dynamics to your playing.
- USB to HOST connectivity with MIDI and audio transfer — only one cable to connect
- Backlit LCD allows users to read the screen under any lighting conditions
- Yamaha Education Suite allows you to practice with preset, aux in, or computer-library songs
- 165 accompaniment Styles add a “backing band” to your performance or practice
- Melody Suppressor isolates the melody of connected audio & lowers it for lead practice
- Arpeggio function intelligently creates melodic and rhythmic patterns based on the notes played
- Duo mode splits the keyboard into two halves, each with its own middle C for partner practice
- Touch Tutor lesson mode analyzes keystroke velocity in order to teach dynamics