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New PLG150-AP Piano Board from Yamaha

With Yamaha's PLG150 Series plug-in expansion boards, customers have a simple way to add new sounds, processing engines and even complete synthesizers to any Modular Synthesis Plug-in compatible model...

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July 23, 2004

With Yamaha's PLG150 Series plug-in expansion boards, customers have a simple way to add new sounds, processing engines and even complete synthesizers to any Modular Synthesis Plug-in compatible model. Yamaha Corporation of America expands the series with the Summer NAMM debut of the piano-packed PLG150-AP.

The PLG150-AP is a 64-note polyphony expander featuring a brand new three-layer sample set from the flagship Yamaha CFIIIS Concert Grand Piano.

Compatible with Yamaha's Motif ES, Motif Rack, Motif, S Series, CS Series and PSR9000 Pro product lines, the PLG150-AP also brings new synthesis architecture, effects and polyphony expansion to the host system. As with other Yamaha PLG plug-ins, once the board is installed, users may access and edit any of the voices from the front panel of the host synthesizer.

"The Yamaha PLG150-AP has a new three-layer piano sample that uses the entire capacity of the ROM," states Mike Martin, marketing manager, Digital Musical Instruments. "This new piano sample has not been offered as a feature before,making it the perfect expansion for a wide variety of products."

The PLG150-AP carries an MSRP of $349 and will be shipping this fall.

For more information, visit their web site at www.yamaha.com

By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004
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