Beginner-friendly keyboard with 61 velocity sensitive keys and 300 voices, 300 rhythms and 50 demo songs.
Chord function, built-in recording and learning function, split-key function, headphone output and microphone input.
Operate via mains or battery - with detachable music stand.
Keyboard playing made easy. The Schubert Etude 300 is a highly talented keyboard that gives a quick introduction to the world of music for beginners and further accompanies their musical careers with its diverse features.
For the sound spectrum there are 61 velocity-sensitive keys available - perfect for simply replay and for practicing your own melodies. A total of 300 voices, 300 rhythms, 50 demo songs and a percussion panel with eight drum sounds encourage creativity and provide a good opportunity for development. In addition, the pitch bend as well as switchable and controllable effects such as sustain vibrato further enhance your possibilities.
An internal recording function allows recording and playback of original compositions. The built-in learning function offers beginners a fast and successful entry into the world of keyed instruments. Musical amateurs benefit from the practical learning function.
Piece by piece to tonal success: a useful feature when sketching song ideas or practicing is the built-in recording function that records up to 180 voices. The split function divides the keyboard into bass and melody areas, allowing two people to play the same pitch. This is ideal when playing with a teacher or a partner player. Using the jack output, the Schubert keyboard can be connected to headphones, offering musicians a quiet practicing and playing experience while preventing collisions with the interests of those around them. The microphone input can also be used for the proper vocal accompaniment when necessary.
The Schubert Etude 300 musical instrument optionally draws its power from either the mains socket or eight conventional D batteries. Thus equipped, it can also be used for mobile purposes, which allows for freedom of choice when selecting a place to play and practice.