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Congratulations, team Yamaha! … each and everyone of you designing, making, supporting, distributing electronic keyboard instruments. From the glimpses coming out, the Montage seems to have very good integrity to what you all do so well. Looking forward to its splash & ripples.

Posted : 15/01/2016 4:47 pm
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As the first one to reply-and as a Yamaha user-I'm the first to reply but my reply would be much more intelligent if I had a Montage unit to sample & try out. As the first one to reply I just trust Yamaha to do the right thing. And if Yamaha has followed its history-we are in line for a winner!!! But as I said-kind of hard to say more right now~

Posted : 15/01/2016 4:58 pm
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Hi and Congratulations to the Yamaha Montage Development Team !

Looking forward to know more, and hear more of the Montage.

I'm sure it will sound amazing. The sound design possibilities should be mind boggling with the features it offers.

Posted : 15/01/2016 6:00 pm
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I wondered when the other shoe would drop??? Will this be your new "FLAGSHIP" music production synthesizer...Or just another amazing addition to the dopest lineup in the game?

What ever it is, or will be....I'M DOWN WITH YAMAHA!!!

Posted : 15/01/2016 6:13 pm
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We're all looking forward to the details and, of course, test driving!

All the best -- pj

Posted : 15/01/2016 6:38 pm
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🙂 😀 Congratulations Yamaha Team!
I am waiting very anxiously for more information about Montage at NAMM or before??
Very, very good luck for Montage and for users ( I am in) too!
Daniel, from Uruguay (South America)

Posted : 15/01/2016 6:40 pm
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Howdy all

Thanks for your comments. More info will be coming soon so stay tuned! I think you're going to really be impressed with Montage!

Posted : 16/01/2016 2:34 pm
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I am hoping it is fairly lightweight, with Yamaha's research into materials and design!

Posted : 17/01/2016 2:41 am
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Lighter weight might help somewhat..but lighter price is better.

The best although will be the feature rich board that we all have waited for so long.

Perhaps Nate is alluding to it..:)

Posted : 17/01/2016 4:14 am
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Hi Nate from Yamaha,

Love the look of the newby, but the teasers only two so far really don't give us any indication of the power and prowess of the unit. Can you please drop a few more teasers on line before the 21st???



Posted : 18/01/2016 11:37 pm
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Montage 6 at Namm 2016

Montage 6 at the Namm 2016

Posted : 24/01/2016 7:28 pm
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One comment from a poster in here is about weight.

Structural stability is of the utmost importance, of course and weight comes with it.
I've watched the videos produced by Yamaha show-casing the development team for this product.

There is a segment about aluminum being used in panels instead of steel as has traditionally been previously used. And they expressed great difficulty in finding aluminum of the right properties. Only one suitable supplier in all of Japan. It's not really clear (to me anyway) exactly what property they were discussing. Surface evenness or structural grain of the material?
-It would be interesting to know if they use aircraft type aluminum, which is not something they mention.

The above confirms that weight, structural stability and strength is always a consideration and a challenge.

Posted : 26/01/2016 1:05 pm

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