The Yamaha MM6 – Code Name: “Mini Mo”

January 31, 2007

Yamaha Corporation of America announces a new portable synthesizer featuring sounds from the popular Motif Series, real-time control, street-smart grooves and computer integration in a portable 61-note keyboard.

The MM6 synthesizer not only features sounds from the Motif, but the quick edit knobs and arpeggios to control them. You can jam over the top of the street-smart grooves with layered or split sounds in Performance mode.

When you’re ready to record your music, you can record the grooves and keyboard parts directly to the on board song sequencer or for even greater flexibility, connect the MM6 to your computer via USB and use the bundled Cubase software. Whether you’re just jamming with friends or working on complete music productions, the MM6 lets you hit the streets in style.

The MM6 will be available in stores from February, 2007 at an MSRP of $699.For more information on the MM6, visit Yamaha at Winter NAMM 2007 in the Marquis Ballroom at the Anaheim Marriott; write Yamaha Corporation of America, Pro Audio & Combo Division, Music Production, P.O. Box 6600, Buena Park, CA 90622; telephone (714) 522-9011; e-mail; visit

About Yamaha

Yamaha Corporation of America is the largest subsidiary of Yamaha Corporation, Japan and offers a full line of musical instruments and audio/visual products to the U.S. market. Products include: acoustic and digital pianos, portable keyboards, guitars, acoustic and electronic drums, band and orchestral instruments, marching percussion products, synthesizers, professional digital and analog audio products, wireless content, and innovative technology products targeted to the hobbyist, education, worship, professional music, and installation markets. Yamaha Corporation of America also owns Yamaha Exporting, Inc., a subsidiary engaged in exporting many products and materials to overseas markets including Japan.

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