8 thoughts on “Imogen Heap’s Live Set Up

  1. What is her main keyboard controller is what I want to know. Looks like it's painted white?
    I want to say it's some kind of Roland full-weighted keyboard.

    Anyone know for sure?

  2. What is her main keyboard controller is what I want to know. Looks like it's painted white?
    I want to say it's some kind of Roland full-weighted keyboard.

    Anyone know for sure?

  3. What is her main keyboard controller is what I want to know. Looks like it's painted white?
    I want to say it's some kind of Roland full-weighted keyboard.

    Anyone know for sure?

  4. Hi , I was wondering the same actually. I thought I'd heard her mention it being a yamaha controller somewhere., but the closest I could find to it, was the yamaha CP300. It looks quite similar apart from the lack of buttons on hers and hers is white! I'll keep looking though! aha
    Here are some more pictures of her live setup.
    http://www.musicradar.com/news/guitars/in-picture

  5. Hi , I was wondering the same actually. I thought I'd heard her mention it being a yamaha controller somewhere., but the closest I could find to it, was the yamaha CP300. It looks quite similar apart from the lack of buttons on hers and hers is white! I'll keep looking though! aha
    Here are some more pictures of her live setup.
    http://www.musicradar.com/news/guitars/in-picture

  6. Wow, she is incredibly smart! As well as funny, talented, and beautiful. I wish we had an Imogen Heap in my house to lighten the spirits! 😀

  7. Hi, The keyboard Immi uses is a Yamaha P-150 stage piano (spray painted white!). In videos and pictures from earlier in her career, before the whole grand piano setup, its the same instrument that she uses (before the paint job!)
    I have the next model up from it – the Yamaha P-200 …its basically the same, but with slightly different speaker grills and it has 32note polyphony rather than 64 ..not that this would really matter, as Immi uses it as a controller rather than for it's inbuilt sounds (which are actually pretty good tbh!)
    Toby

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