Yamaha Electone Stagea – Truly helping to realize human potential when married with technology

Jun 19th, 2009 | By | Category: Random Musings

I was watching a performance on TED today of a young woman playing the Yamaha Electone Stagea.  Truly a remarkable piece of technology that allows the player to perform pieces that would normally take an entire orchestra.  The horns are always an instrument that I find electric keyboards don’t do justice but give it time and it’ll soon be indistinguishable from the real thing.  Either way I am inspired at how technology is allowing these gifted humans to truly achieve musical potential and greatness that had never been dreamt of until very recently.  One person composing and playing the entire role of an orchestra.  Truly amazing.

A presentation of the Stagea

2 Comments to “Yamaha Electone Stagea – Truly helping to realize human potential when married with technology”

  1. Electone is the trademark used for electronic organs produced by Yamaha The newest model Electone, STAGEA (seen above), is distributed in Japan and Asia only Because STAGEA is only officially distributed in Asian countries, those wanting to update to the newest Electone model and living in other

    On the other hand, anyone can build the Electone STAGEA electronic organ papercraft It has eleven pages of parts Yamaha Electronic Organ

  2. ROBERT says:

    Bonjour, je suis de l’île de la Réunion, petit département français situé dans l’océan indien à côté de l’île Maurice. J’ai vu les performances de l’Electone STAGEA sur internet et je suis intéressé pour en avoir un. Est-il possible ?

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