Summary: When I was shopping for a keyboard my main concern was getting whatever sounded and felt the most like an acoustic grand piano. I had a hunch that a Yamaha product would take the cake since they make some beautiful sounding concert grand pianos and I was right.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Easy To Use, Quality Construction, Realistic Feel, Top Notch Sounds
Summary: I play all kind of music s90 work very well from funk to jazz and back. Easy to learn the manual could be deeper. Had to go online. I will buy the next one. I know you will have a hard time updating this baby. My 2 Yamaha piano. Very good job. Mike.
Pros: Any Kind Of Player, Easy To Set Up, Easy To Use
Summary: For me this was a 'Giant Leap' from the S80 I performed with for almost 10 years. I interfaced it with the Motif ES initially and now with the Motif XS. It is a 'splended marriage'. The 'feel' is excellent. About as close as an acoustic feel as you can get.
Pros: Flexible, Lots Of Options, Portable, Responsive / Good Action
Excerpt: The Yamaha S90 XS is a 88 key synth with a stage piano as well, it has over 1000 voices as well as a built in USB drive and on board DAW controls that can either be used with a Mac or a PC (any version of Windows).
Excerpt: I just recently sold a Fantom Xa , XP-30 , Korg X-50 , and a Yamaha AN1x . Now I have only this board and I can pretty much get any sounds I had before out of just this one board. It is a great sounding synth but the pianos are the best I have ever played in hardware.
Excerpt: for the characteristics I invite you to go directly to the page of Yamaha France UTILIZATION Then to configure it so simple, it may be understood how the system (OS) of the machine, from there his journey
Summary: YAMAHAS jüngster Sproß kommt als Ablösung für den ES daher und der Name legt auch schon Nahe, was hauptsächlich dahinter steckt: wie beim hauseigenen Schlachtschiff MOTIF ist der Generationswechsel zur XS-Serie nun beim S90 angekommen.