The intellectual property depicted in this model, including the brand "yamaha instruments", is not affiliated with or endorsed by the original rights holders and must be used under editorial use restrictions.
The Yamaha CS-40M Synthesizer was a duo phone analog synthesizer introduced in 1979. The CS-40M offered a lower cost approach to the synthesizer and was better than a monophonic synthesizer. It had 44 keys (3.5 octaves) 36 knobs, 12 sliders and over a dozen buttons. It was designed to be used in easy performance and editing.
This model is built to scale and includes a lot of detail in the front control panel as well as the rear plug in and power panels. The model includes the ability to animate the individual band levels, volume, keyboard and other controls. The model is realistic in appearance and ready for your scene.