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Yamaha SY22
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Yamaha SY22

Digital Synth from Yamaha belonging to the SY series.

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Publié le 10/31/08 à 16:00
Plenty of features. I wish it had knobs. The Vector Control Joystick is very useful for creating ambient sounds.

Price paid

900

UTILIZATION

Easy to use, manual is good.

Very robust, never had a problem and I&quot;ve used it for thousands of hours over many years, moved many times with it. Nothing breaks ever.

SOUNDS

A bit metallic, but that's what happens to early 90s synths. Moby uses it. Effects are good for its time, but not easily programmable. WOuld give it a 6, but I really like its drumkit and some sounds (only 1 kit)

OVERALL OPINION

Loved it for years, now it's in the closet. So for 10 years, it was a 9, now it's a 5. Average = 7.

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: Unknown ( 3-, 2003)
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