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Yamaha RX15

Drum Machine from Yamaha .

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  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: RX15
  • Category: Drum Machines
  • Added in our database on: 08/17/2002

The RX15 is the little brother of the RX11. It has only 15 drum samples, no individual outputs and no RAM cartridge storage option.

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Drum Complement
The RX15 offers 15 different drum and percussion sounds, including Bass, Snare, Rimshot, High Hat, Tom Tom, Ride, Crash, Claps, Cowbell and Shaker.

Programming Options
The RX15 can be programmed step by step, inputting each beat for each drum separately, making it easier to enter patterns from written scores as all as complex patterns that could be difficult to play live; or it can programmed by entering the rhythms in real-time, playing on the corresponding drum keys.

Song Mode
A complete range of editing functions, including insert, delete, repeat and copy, edit several patterns together to create a full-scale composition. Up to 10 complete songs can be stored in the internal memory, each consisting of up to 255 parts.

Technical specifications

Voice Generator : PCM Voice Generators (256k Bit Wave Rom x4)
Voices : 15 Voices
Pattern : 100
Song : 10 (Maximum 255 Parts per Song)
Slider : Volume, Tempo, Data Entry


Button : Pan, Intrument Level, Accent Level, Accent, Instrument (Rimshot, SD [Medium, Hi-Tune], Tom 1~3, BD, High Hat Open, Highj Hat Closed (Closed Pedal), Ride, Crash, Shaker-Cowbell, Claps) , Start, and Stop-Continue
Key Mode Selector (Pattern-Song, Function), Pattern Mode Parameter (Real Time Write, Step Write, Copy, Swing, Quantize, Click, Clear, Tempo), Song Mode Parameter (Edit, Insert, Delete, Repeat, Tempo Change), Function Mode Parameter (Sync, Cassette, Save-Verify, Load, Inst, Midi In-Out), Number (0~9, 1/4~1/192)


Other : Power SW
LCD : 16 Characters
LED Indicator : Pattern, Song, Run
Audio Terminals Output : L and R, Phones
Control Jack : Foot Switch
Interface : MIDI In-Out, Cassette In-Out


Dimensions : 400(w) x 68(h) x 270(d) mm (15-3/4 x 2-11/16 x 10-5/8 inches)
Weight : 2.8kg (1lb 4oz)


United States and Canada Models : 110~120 V, 60 Hz
General Model : 220~240 V, 50/60 Hz
Power Consumption : 10W

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Other names: rx15, rx 15

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