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Yamaha DX7 IID
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Yamaha DX7 IID

Digital Synth from Yamaha belonging to the DX series.

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Publié le 10/31/08 à 16:00
I believe It is one of the first synths with midi, so there is room for improvement, the user interface could be made better (like having sliders / knobs etc.). there is no filter (accordig to my knowledge because i still haven't found one ;).

Price paid

Traded it for a cheap behringer mixer ;) (mx802-a)

UTILIZATION

I don't have the manual because i traded it with my music teacher for a mixer, but i sure have problems with programming this thing, but i guess it all can be learned.

SOUNDS

I like the sound it can make, nice basses, bells, rhodes painos etc., it is usable for lots of styles i guess altough i use it mostly for bass in my &quot;trance&quot;songs, but the downside is the lack of reverb, phaser etc.

OVERALL OPINION

It is made with a solid metal case, it's like 15 years old now and all the original things are still on it's place and everythinh still works, not even a scratch on it ;)

I sure like it, altough it should be easier to program.

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: Unknown ( 4-, 2002)
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