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Yamaha CS01

Analog Synth from Yamaha belonging to the CS series

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Published on 12/16/07 at 12:34
Monophonic analogue keyboard dowry trs trs good filters.

UTILIZATION

Its simplicity is an advantage because even if it is not known programmable quickly how to find the sound you want.
Just to test, everything is under the fingers, it happens in the manual.

SOUNDS

Extra for a synth of this size.
Largely at the sound of prdcesseurs SERIES CS.
The bass is out of this world and can be made worthy of the greatest lead analog.

OVERALL OPINION

Its main asset is its compactness.
In addition, it produces sounds seem to come from a synth 10 times heavier.
The price rise tends reputable and good but also what he saw made his average is still used super INTERESTED.
I use it almost anywhere in my recordings.
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