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Yamaha Corporation is a Japanese conglomerate and global corporation that offers a diverse variety of products and services. It is the world’s largest piano manufacturing firm and one of the Nikkei 225 members. Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd., the former motorcycle division, was founded in 1955 as an associated business that eventually became independent, while Yamaha Corporation remains a major stakeholder.

Torakusu Yamaha founded Nippon Gakki Co. Ltd. (now Yamaha Corporation) in Hamamatsu, Shizuoka Prefecture, in 1887 as a reed organ maker, and it was incorporated on October 12, 1897. The firm began manufacturing pianos around 1900. Torakusu Yamaha, founder of Nippon Gakki Co., Ltd. ” subsequently called Yamaha Corporation ” constructed the first piano in Japan in 1900, an upright. The group’s logo”a trio of interlocking tuning forks”reflects the company’s beginnings as a musical instrument maker.

Following World War II, business president Genichi Kawakami repurposed the company’s wartime manufacturing apparatus and metallurgical sciences expertise to manufacture motorbikes. The YA-1 (AKA Akatombo, the “Red Dragonfly”) was named after the founder and only 125 were constructed in the first year of production (1954). It was a 125cc two-stroke single-cylinder city bike based on the German DKW RT 125. (which the British munitions firm, BSA, had also copied in the post-war era and manufactured as the Bantam and Harley-Davidson as the Hummer). The success of the YA-1 led to the formation of Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd. in 1955, which separated the motorbike business from the rest of the firm. In addition, the Yamaha Music School was established in 1954.

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Yamaha has grown to become the world’s largest producer of musical instruments (including pianos, “silent” pianos, drums, guitars, brass instruments, woodwinds, violins, violas, celli, and vibraphones), as well as a leading producer of semiconductors, audio/visual, computer-related products, sporting goods, home appliances, specialty metals, and industrial robots. In 1977, Yamaha introduced the Yamaha CS-80.

In 1983, Yamaha released the Yamaha DX7, the first commercially successful digital synthesizer.

Yamaha released the world’s first CD recorder in 1988. Yamaha bought sequential Circuits in 1988. In 1987, it purchased a controlling interest (51%) in competitor Korg, which Korg then bought out in 1993.

The Yamaha Ginza Building in Tokyo has Japan’s largest musical instrument shop. Shopping, a performance theater, and a music studio are all part of the complex.
Yamaha developed a line of portable battery-operated keyboards under the PSS and PSR brands in the late 1990s. When battery life was low, the Yamaha PSS-14 and PSS-15 keyboards were renowned for their brief demo songs, short selectable phrases, humorous sound effects, distortion, and crackly noises moving on various loudness levels.

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