When the Silent Piano™ function is enabled, you can select and play the various built-in preset Voices from the
keyboard. By default, the CFX Grand is always selected when the power is turned on.
To select a Voice other than the CFX Grand:
Rotate the [VOICE/VALUE] control step by step to switch the
Voice to the next or previous one in the order of the Voice List
To reset to the CFX Grand Voice:
Press the [VOICE/VALUE] control.
• You can change various settings such as Reverb type and depth, Touch Sensitivity, tuning and brilliance (page 33).
• To hear and experience the characteristics of the Voices, listen to the Demo Songs for each Voice (page 26).
• Changing the Voice while pressing the keyboard may cause a sudden large change in the volume.
Yamaha's CFX concert grand piano sound
sampled by Binaural Sampling, the method
optimized for headphone use. Listening this
through headphones gives the impression of being
immersed in the sound, as if it was actually
emanating from the piano. This is available when
the Binaural setting is turned on (page 37).
Yamaha's CFX concert grand piano sound with a
wide dynamic range for maximum expressive
control. Suitable for playing in any music genre
and style. This is available when the Binaural
setting is turned off (page 37).
The famed sound of the Vienna-made Bösendorfer
Imperial concert grand piano. Its spacious sound
evokes the size of the instrument, and is ideal for
expressing tenderness in compositions.
The sound sampled from an upright piano, the
Yamaha SU7. Enjoy the unique tonal character and
a lighter, more casual feel.
The sound of an electric piano using hammer-
struck metallic "tines." A soft tone results when
played lightly, and an aggressive tone when
An electronic piano sound produced by an FM
synthesizer. The tone will change as you vary your
playing touch. Ideal for popular music.
A different type of electric piano sound than Stage
E. Piano. Widely used in rock and popular music.
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