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Printable Sheet Music


Instantly customize and print your favorite songs with the convenience of Printable Sheet Music.

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Piano Radio


Access more than 25 channels of streaming piano music, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If you have a Disklavier Mark IIXG Series or later, then you can also enjoy DisklavierTV.**

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PianoSoft


Listen to your favorite piano performances on your Yamaha Disklavier, keyboard, or digital piano.

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Premium Packs & Voices


Upgrade your Tyros3, Tyros4 or Tyros5 with Premium Voices, Premium Styles, One Touch Settings, Multi-Pads, registrations and demonstration songs.

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Voice & Style Expansion Packs


Expand your creativity with a wide variety of regional, ethnic and traditional Voices and Styles for compatible Yamaha Arranger Workstations.

Synth Voice Libraries


Expand your Yamaha Synth with downloadable Synth Voice Libraries from world-class sound designers. With instrumental sounds, drum kits and more you can customize your synth for any composition or performance.

Follow Lights


The easiest way to play a song! Just “follow the lights” and learn the melody one note at a time.

MIDI Songs


Experience your keyboard's full potential with interactive, multi-track recordings of your favorite songs.


Online Services Blog

Acclaimed K-Sounds grand piano and organ libraries for MOTIF XF, MOTIF XS, and MOXF now available th...

For over a decade, Yamaha has innovated in the realm of music production synthesizers/workstations, notably in 2001 with the release of the very first MOTIF. Since then, instruments like the MOTIF XF, MOTIF XS and MOXF stand as some of the best-sounding, most requested instruments in the music indus... Go »

Hidden Feature – How to perform a “ritard” with a style ending

When playing a song, it’s important to lead your listener along through arrangement, and give musical hints as to what is coming next. For example, it should be obvious to the listener when you are about to end the song. Stopping abruptly at the end with no hint that it was coming leaves the song so... Go »

Behind the Scenes with Jim Leahy

The aurora borealis over the site of  2014 Yamaha e-Competition This week we went behind the scenes with Jim Leahy, a long-time member of the Yamaha Remote Live team.  Jim records live music events for broadcast on DisklavierTV and captures studio performances for our PianoSoft library. This summer... Go »

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