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Yamaha EX7

Digital Synth from Yamaha

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JimboSpinsJimboSpins

Tone Generators

Yamaha EX7Published on 12/09/12 at 23:04
The Yamaha EX7 has some really good tone generators and it allows you to sample. I remember when it first came out, it was out of my price range at the time but about 5 years later I ended up getting a great deal on it and had to buy. It has some of the best effects that any synth I have ever owned had; you will get over 80 effects like reverb, delay, distortion and chorus. There are also 512 presets that are all usable as is without having to do any editing. The engineers and programmers that designed these sounds deserve a pat on the back because they did a great job.

UTILIZATION

There is a 16 track sequencer and an 8 track pattern sequencer that can be synced up to your other gear...…
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The Yamaha EX7 has some really good tone generators and it allows you to sample. I remember when it first came out, it was out of my price range at the time but about 5 years later I ended up getting a great deal on it and had to buy. It has some of the best effects that any synth I have ever owned had; you will get over 80 effects like reverb, delay, distortion and chorus. There are also 512 presets that are all usable as is without having to do any editing. The engineers and programmers that designed these sounds deserve a pat on the back because they did a great job.

UTILIZATION

There is a 16 track sequencer and an 8 track pattern sequencer that can be synced up to your other gear via MIDI. You can actually use this synth as the brain of your whole set up if you want to because it has everything you need to get other sounds into it and MIDI it up quickly. There are 2 MIDI in and 2 MIDI outs with a MIDI thru as well.

SOUNDS

The sampling ability of the EX7 is also amazing; I am all about sampling because of being a producer and a DJ. This keyboard is even compatible with Akai and AIFF file formats. But understanding how to use this synth to its full potential could take some time because there are just so many options and features to work through. You will have to reference to the manual a few times before you fully get the hang of it.

OVERALL OPINION

I recommend this to anyone who wants a full workstation that will allow you to do everything the current trending boards can do. The difference is that you will have a board that no one else has anymore. No producer really uses this board much so it is almost like getting a new synth when it first comes out. It is worth every dollar that it cost and I highly recommend getting it.
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Projet XionProjet Xion

Yamaha EX7Published on 10/29/02 at 09:58
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Polyphony 64 voices - 3 synthses are available: AWM, AN, FDSP - but using multi-synthse in performance often lead to problem in DSP - Keyboard good quality and enjoyable - 3 wheels - Good ergonomics gnrale - Possibility of extension: multi outputs, digital audio, SCSI, FLASH and RAM memory - Attention SCSI is buggy DBiT trs slow but it works .. . - MIDI implementations correct, but no possibility to assign controllers to twelve o'clock paramtres sounds - Squenceur way, nice for dpanner - Arpggiateur - Patterns -

UTILIZATION

Mode "Voices" to use mono-timbral mode and a "Performance" for multi-timbral (16 sounds). It's simple and effective. The menu navigation is quite intuitive...…
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Polyphony 64 voices - 3 synthses are available: AWM, AN, FDSP - but using multi-synthse in performance often lead to problem in DSP - Keyboard good quality and enjoyable - 3 wheels - Good ergonomics gnrale - Possibility of extension: multi outputs, digital audio, SCSI, FLASH and RAM memory - Attention SCSI is buggy DBiT trs slow but it works .. . - MIDI implementations correct, but no possibility to assign controllers to twelve o'clock paramtres sounds - Squenceur way, nice for dpanner - Arpggiateur - Patterns -

UTILIZATION

Mode "Voices" to use mono-timbral mode and a "Performance" for multi-timbral (16 sounds). It's simple and effective. The menu navigation is quite intuitive (thanks in large notch rtro_clair. The edition is sound against more complicated and requires a good cannaissance synthses of AWM, AN and FDSP . But it is easily found on the web of sound banks ddies.
Intgralement manual in French and trs well.

SOUNDS

Sounds wonderful especially for pianos (acoustic and electric) and ground. The rhythms are much less well made. But the great strength of this synth (like its big ERRF the EX5) is the possibility to import a sample, to rework it and make a new sound by Entire. With this technique, no need (or nearly) to buy another synth just to have a good amount of memory and embedded flash sounds that kill you on the spot!

OVERALL OPINION

You will therefore understand, this synth me flat. I use it now for 4 years and prs a few bugs too mchants (SCSI trs first slow and unstable OS), it is an invitation vritable the Fast Fashion.
N'tant addition to the catalog of Yamaha (Motif succd him), you can find it on the second hand market. The report qualitprix becomes excellent!
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FenschliveFenschlive

Yamaha EX7Published on 03/18/04 at 02:40
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A true even if the workstation is unable to make that a song in the sequencer always annoyed me both. By Systm against the pattern is ... gnial shuffled loop of sample across the keyboard ... beautiful.
The ancestor of the pattern 6.

UTILIZATION

Manuel well done ... and fortunately, because there are many possibilities and so many things manage.

SOUNDS

Beautiful sounds gnral. It was the high-end Yamaha's era and it has aged well ...
Then it's a matter of taste. I liked the piano (except Rhodes) and all acoustic sounds (electric guitars are falling) ... one finds a bit of AN1x also in the pads and leads trs good percussion ...
and the possibility to import samples ... it...…
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A true even if the workstation is unable to make that a song in the sequencer always annoyed me both. By Systm against the pattern is ... gnial shuffled loop of sample across the keyboard ... beautiful.
The ancestor of the pattern 6.

UTILIZATION

Manuel well done ... and fortunately, because there are many possibilities and so many things manage.

SOUNDS

Beautiful sounds gnral. It was the high-end Yamaha's era and it has aged well ...
Then it's a matter of taste. I liked the piano (except Rhodes) and all acoustic sounds (electric guitars are falling) ... one finds a bit of AN1x also in the pads and leads trs good percussion ...
and the possibility to import samples ... it opens all the doors (loops, effects, tracks ...)

OVERALL OPINION

Good quality workmanship, good keyboard.
A VERY GOOD SYNTHE GENERALIST
700 euros bought on Ebay, it's a matter ... for those seeking a workstation / sampler Cheap
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MendMend

Yamaha EX7Published on 08/12/04 at 10:41
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Workstation beautiful
very close to the ground

UTILIZATION

The sounds were a sin to hell, a surprise when the products are known yamaha
the shipping simple and efficient import of samples for further possibilities are endless.

SOUNDS

Just beautiful all the pianos, drum kits and the tablecloths are also a rgale.

OVERALL OPINION

In short, excellent machine that does not blush before one reason or another.
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  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: EX7
  • Category: Digital Synths
  • Added in our database on: 04/09/2004

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