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Yamaha SY35

Digital Synth from Yamaha belonging to the SY series

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Yamaha SY35Published on 06/20/08 at 01:02
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5 octave keyboard VLOC the sensitive and aftertouch channel. It sends vlocits average = 80, you really hard to get tapper vlocits> 110. The aftertouch is dclenche fast enough.
Pitch bend, modulation (such as assignable aftertouch modulation volume or pitch), and controller pedals Systain volume (n control change can not be changed).
The little joystick does not send a control change, but the synth recognizes the corresponding exchange control his movements.
Stereo headphone output +. Powered by external transformer.
1 (multi-) effect "gnral" (can not rgler the send level of each party) that makes the reverb, delay and distortion (no chorus hlas).
2 sound banks (64 each) with 1...…
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5 octave keyboard VLOC the sensitive and aftertouch channel. It sends vlocits average = 80, you really hard to get tapper vlocits> 110. The aftertouch is dclenche fast enough.
Pitch bend, modulation (such as assignable aftertouch modulation volume or pitch), and controller pedals Systain volume (n control change can not be changed).
The little joystick does not send a control change, but the synth recognizes the corresponding exchange control his movements.
Stereo headphone output +. Powered by external transformer.
1 (multi-) effect "gnral" (can not rgler the send level of each party) that makes the reverb, delay and distortion (no chorus hlas).
2 sound banks (64 each) with 1 user and 2 * 16 multis, possible to have a card that contains 64 sounds and 16 multis
A drum kit (no standard gnral pm)
Sound editor ditables via a PC or Atari http://www.plompy.co.uk/software/ which allows more custom settings edit FM.

I regret that the effect is applied in the same Manir all parties and that the edition does not go far paramtres FM.

UTILIZATION

The synth is very simple to use and program. The manual is clear. The keyboard is enjoyable (keys sontlongues)

SOUNDS

The synthse is called "vector". In fact it was 2 or 4 lments (1 or 2 (FM + sample)) that are superposs. The vector is synthse change the scale or tuning between the lments the joystick. The movements of the joystick are samples (min 30ms), up 50 samples. In practice, agnre envelopes and tuning of dsaccordage (up to 50 segments. This is the philosophy and the originality of this synth. The "modification" of the sounds themselves m my trslgre is because it is "irrelevant", the intrt synthse of the SY-35 RSID in the vectors.
Nanmoins can be a publisher (see above) FM edit custom settings (only 2 oprateurs but several possible wave unlike DX-7 which only sinus).
Sounds "spectrum" and "bells" are moose and beautiful. The pads are wonderful. The samples are to be truly beautiful default Ralite. No filter (this is especially for Gnant pianos etc because suddenly the sound is always brilliant whatever VLOC applies)
Finally, we cre truly original sounds and complex (with vectors) and pais enough with this little synth!

OVERALL OPINION

I like color, cot FM reinforced samples (is not that what Roland + / - done with SERIES OF). Polyphony is limited (16). Its strength are the vectors. If you buy something else, you may be owed. I hsit with CS1x (I possd dj), which made me choose the SY-35 is its originality and FM synthse that one can tamper (with an editor, not directly on the synth), because the color really gives a particularly infinite sounds that can be to create.
What I like least is the multi-effect: it applies to all parties, has little effect (no chorus).
It is simple to use, lightweight, compact and provides quick and synthse original, so it gives me great pleasure without taking head.
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  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: SY35
  • Series: SY
  • Category: Digital Synths
  • Added in our database on: 04/09/2004

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