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Customer questions answered - Yamaha P45


Hello, thanks for this wonderful video! It's life-saving!!! When you say you can transpose the key of a song in both pianos....you mean I play the same notes and yet it can sound a few keys higher or lower??? Another question, can I connect the P45 to a computer? I am a singer that usually uses professional karaokes for live presentations, but I want to be able to play a few songs with live piano and voice, but adding electric guitar, bass and drums though a computer. I already have these personalized karaokes, actually, as mp3 and mp4 files; entire songs in which I only removed the piano and vocal sections so I can do those live. Can I actually achieve this with the P45?? Thanks!


+Kaylasa JaguarStar Yes, and yes. The transpose feature has been a life saver for me over the years, particularly when my singer needs the key lowered and I'm not clever enough to figure out how to play it, I just use transpose button and play the same notes, magic!

Two more questions: 1.- if I can connect the piano to my computer, do I need a special software to be able to mix both? Or I just need my mixer and the speakers? 2.- Can I use this piano to create music by computer, or would I need a different type of keyboard? 

+Kaylasa JaguarStar Most computers have some sort of recording software on them, but GarageBand for mac is brilliant and so easy to use. Yes, you can use this keyboard to create music by computer, but the built in sounds are a bit limited, maybe look at the Yamaha DGX650 for more variety, I made a video comparing it to the P115 here; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2A6MvDB8E4A&lc=z13vjh3ptz31yv4me23msh5bmpnxfvubx04

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