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Yamaha SY55
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Yamaha SY55

Digital Synth from Yamaha belonging to the SY series.

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Anonymous
Publié le 07/16/07 à 13:35
Workstation with sequencer 16/32 tracks
61 keys + pitch modulation outputs stro + midi in / out / thru 2 slots for cards Roma
for an expression pedal
74 basic sounds
64 instrumentals (constitus of January 4 layers)
EVERYTHING is ditable coyote from underneath knows probably not read!
64-note polyphony
1990 c'tait very well.

USE

Editing and rgonomie super logical and simple. I never retrouv such rgonomie on a synth.
In addition, the possibilities are quite dlirante edition for someone who looks REALLY on the issue, not like some mangy coyote ....

SONORITS

The sounds are typs 90's but exude freshness ...
Not like some evil coyote licked ...
GPs, ralistes..ppfff ... we in br..le! sounds are ditables according 127X127X127X127X127X127X ... 127X67X4 combinations !!
So for a moment be arrter what!
expression is very good!
The violins sound fullstring, brass, stuff gue-din can we do kind starwars ... etc.

NOTICE GLOBAL

I use it since 1990!
He walks impccable!
this is my master keyboard and dchire sheath coyote!
I have other synths ... but this one rocked the level of what we can do from his set of factory samples. And this is the only afford to indulge FAST. The other plants are gas ...
quality HONTEUX price !!!
This synth is totally under rated !!!
Lamentable! I do not even change my 2 against KURZWEIL K2600s !!!
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