TKO tunes up Yamaha keyboard

Yamaha is launching its latest electronic keyboard, designed by TKO.

Product designer and principal of design consultancy TKO Andy Davey has worked with Yamaha to create the KLE digital keyboard.

The 62-key instrument has been designed to ‘make the keyboard seem more like a musical instrument than a piece of equipment,’ says Davey.

The KLE has a less cluttered interface and layout than traditional models, he claims, with speakers being placed underneath the surface creating more room for the user on top of the keyboard.

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