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- Wendy Anggerani
“The YAMAHA Motif range has some of the best sounds. My favourite patches are the DX sounds and the orchestral strings and brass. The MOTIF XF’s are handy for touring because you can carry your sounds and settings on the USB.”
- Scott Aplin
"I've been fortunate enough to use a good range of Yamaha keyboards and I always find them perfectly suited to the job. My current choice is the XS7 - its incredible collection of quality sounds and clever sampling technology makes it the ideal choice for any gig!"
- Natalie Bartsch
"Her approach unites lyrical beauty with unsentimental abstraction in a fascinating way." Ford Gustavson
- Joe Chindamo
"A pianist is unlike other instrumentalists in that he or she doesn't usually carry his or her piano to a gig. This is why consistency and trust in a brand name is important. Whenever I walk on stage and see a Yamaha, I'm relieved because I know my hands are in good hands. I love its action, evenness, responsiveness and most of all, tone. Dynamically too, a Yamaha piano offers me the whole gamut - from the most delicate pianissimo to the most thunderous fortissimo - all with the ease and exhilaration of driving a Ferrari."
- Kokan Dimusevski
Composer, Multi instrumentalist, Producer, Sound Engineer, over 10.000 min. of composed and played music, over 30 released CD's.
- Julian Douglas
“The best piano sound and an easy-to-use interface are great assets playing live and in the studio”
- Tony Featherstone
“The thing that matters most to me as a working musician is reliability. I have owned Yamaha gear since I purchased my first keyboard back in the mid 80s (a DX9) and I honestly say that they have never let me down! Everyone talks about how great the acoustic and electric piano sounds are in the Motif, but I really love the big fat synth sounds that it can produce! Just an awesome keyboard."
- Kristen Fletcher
“Yamaha has served me well for years, from the incredibly believable piano and Rhodes sounds to the versatility of the synths. But I mainly love the performance and layering function & its ease of use to create my own unique sounds built with Yamaha’s strong selection of voices.”
- Tim Freedman
"I'm proudly sending out the Motif's piano, Wurlitzer and Rhodes sounds with symphony orchestras at the moment, and fitting in easily despite being the only purveyor of synthesized wave forms."
- Mark Gasser
With a wide press following, Mark Gasser has been described as “Scintillating and poetic... totally at one with his instrument” (Chris Morley, Birmingham Post). Paul Driver from the Sunday Times describes Mark as having "a staggering technical command".