The Yamaha LC3+ Base Music Lab is a perfect tool for educators to teach music to multiple students, each with his/her own headphone/mic, either as one-on-one or as a group. Each student and the teacher gets his/her own Instrument Box, and connect their instruments to it.
With a touch of a button you can easily change between group study, teacher-only broadcasts, "all-together-now" or mute all. This system includes a hub and control unit as well as the headsets, cabling & I/O boxes for 8 students plus the teacher, but it's expandable to up to 48 students plus educator.
- Yamaha Exclusive Features Come Standard
* Heavy-duty Yamaha CM500 Headset Microphones for listening and class communication
* Store and Recall Memories customize 6 classroom configurations via the control unit
* Convenient Mega Group feature connects up to 48 students with the single press of a button
* Enhanced grounded power supply and circuitry tremendously reduces noise floor in labs with less-than-perfect electrical grounding
* Intuitive installation and operation guides
* Industrial touch fastener strips easily attach student I/O boxes to instruments
* Educator Utilities CD-ROM
- It's All In One Box
- The LC3+ Base comes with everything needed (except musical instruments to be added) for 8 students and 1 teacher (9 stations). That's all the headsets, cabling, I/O boxes, hub and control unit to get a lab up and running fast. It's all in one box!
- Music Lab Software You Can Use
The gold standard in music notation software. When connected to a USB or MIDI keyboard, a music instructor can play notes into Finale Notepad as a visual aid, or Finale Notepad can play notes directly to the keyboard as an aural example. A Mac or PC can connect to a large class monitor or projector to have music seen and heard by the entire class.
Standard Piano Repertoire
The Finale Notepad files are well-known piano classics. Simply open the desired file in Finale Notepad and press PLAY (spacebar) to start and stop playback of the piece. Students can follow the cursor, watch the notes and listen to Finale Notepad play the instructor's connected USB or MIDI keyboard as an aural and visual example of what certain pieces are supposed to sound like.