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|Low frequency oscillator||none|
|Sound synthesis||Digital synthesizer Frequency modulation synthesis|
|Computer data storage||25 patches|
|Musical keyboard||32 mini-keys|
|External control||MIDI 1-16 (out only)|
The Yamaha SHS-10 is a Keytar (a Musical keyboard that can be held like a Guitar) manufactured by Yamaha and released in the late 1980s.
It has a small-sized keyboard with 32 minikeys and a pitch-bend wheel, an internal Frequency modulation synthesis (usually referred to as Frequency modulation synthesis) Synthesizer offering 25 different voices with 6-note Polyphony, two operators, and a very basic Chord (music) Music sequencer. It also has a Loudspeaker.
It supports Musical Instrument Digital Interface, having a MIDI Out DIN connector which allows the keyboard to control external MIDI equipment. It does not have a MIDI In connector.
It was manufactured in three colors: grey, red, and black.
Its Synthesizer demo is an arrangement of Wham!'s hit "Last Christmas."
The Voices are the following:
There are various skips in this list because there are only buttons 0-4 to choose from.