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Yamaha RX5

Drum Machine from Yamaha .

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" Attention to beginners"

Yamaha RX5Published on 05/20/13 at 01:53
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Drum 80's.

6.35 Connection in separate stereo or global output, 1 headphone jack (stereo), 1 trigger jack, 1 external outlet clock, 3 MIDI (in, out, thru).

The volume of each instrument is individually adjustable programming or live.

No built-in effects.

2 kick, 2 snares, toms 8 (acousiques and electros), 2 HH (one with sustain), 2 lines, 2 crashes, 1 tambourine, clap 1, 1 shaker, 1 cowbell.
2 accent keys and damp.

Sequebncer or programmable real time. That real-time does not respond to the millisecond and can be shifted back. This programming does not accept two instruments at the same time (this is a disadvantage).

99 patterns arranged in memory and several songs......
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Drum 80's.

6.35 Connection in separate stereo or global output, 1 headphone jack (stereo), 1 trigger jack, 1 external outlet clock, 3 MIDI (in, out, thru).

The volume of each instrument is individually adjustable programming or live.

No built-in effects.

2 kick, 2 snares, toms 8 (acousiques and electros), 2 HH (one with sustain), 2 lines, 2 crashes, 1 tambourine, clap 1, 1 shaker, 1 cowbell.
2 accent keys and damp.

Sequebncer or programmable real time. That real-time does not respond to the millisecond and can be shifted back. This programming does not accept two instruments at the same time (this is a disadvantage).

99 patterns arranged in memory and several songs (I've never counted).

UTILIZATION

It is very hard to understand Machine (at least for the beginner like me). I hesitated between the Roland TR-606 and it. These are the sounds that made me fall for it, but ease of use is for Roland I put two minutes to understand the fingertips. This, I have for several years and I still can not grasp the logic of the thing. Nevertheless, the richness of sounds is the side of the RX5.

The manual is essential and not very clear. I repeat, this is a very hard machine set up.

Editing sounds is pretty simple once you chose the basic features. The problem with this machine is that there are no settings on the front with knobs, everything goes through menus, sub-menus and sub sub menus.
on the other hand, something stupid, it's the color of some buttons that immediately obvious and it a little easier the operation of this BAR.

SOUNDS

I had a crush on this BAR handing demos on YTube, but after purchase, I quickly realized that without a lot of work to mix it quits sound porridge on electros toms.
The rest of the sound is quite nice, especially good HH and excellent clap!
Yes, sounds correspond to my music.

The sounds are quite realistic except cowbell and electros Toms (I naively thought to have copies of his Simmons).

I love the clap, the hhat, wrinkles and high electro-tom. The rest is too overrated.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for several years and I do not think selling it with all the time it took me to understand the beast. I will extract the sounds of kick, snare and tom to place those in my trig SDS8. And here it becomes the happiness! I still have not managed to make a complete song. But create patterns is fairly simple (again when we understand the vocabulary and logic Yamaha).

It was my first BAR.

I love his toughness and his pads. His tempo setting and much more accurate than the Roland TR (which are also grossly overvalued, even if they are good machines) quantification.
I do not like the lack of understanding really unclear manual at all.

With hindsight, yes I would buy this material, but I will complete my set with Linndrum.

His argus is correct, it is in the 100 to 200 euros.
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Yamaha RX5Published on 02/18/06 at 06:02
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Drum machine digital 12-bit - 24 channels 12 channels ROM + RAM
12 individual outputs instruments jack 6.35: 1xBD-1xSND-1xRIM-4xTOMS (hi-low-2mids)-1xHH-2xCYM (ride + crash) -1xHCP/TAMB-1xCOW/SHAKER-2xACCENTS.
Other outputs: Stereo L + R - Click - Headphones - Foot switch - External clock (in + out)
Midi IN / OUT / THRU - Interface K7 data backup - 2 x external data cartridge slots (data + waveform.
24 different sounds can be edited simultaneously. No external software.

UTILIZATION

Like any digital machine it is essential to read the manual to understand the organization of the main functions. This box is relatively complete and complex at the sound editing. The manual is 75......
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Drum machine digital 12-bit - 24 channels 12 channels ROM + RAM
12 individual outputs instruments jack 6.35: 1xBD-1xSND-1xRIM-4xTOMS (hi-low-2mids)-1xHH-2xCYM (ride + crash) -1xHCP/TAMB-1xCOW/SHAKER-2xACCENTS.
Other outputs: Stereo L + R - Click - Headphones - Foot switch - External clock (in + out)
Midi IN / OUT / THRU - Interface K7 data backup - 2 x external data cartridge slots (data + waveform.
24 different sounds can be edited simultaneously. No external software.

UTILIZATION

Like any digital machine it is essential to read the manual to understand the organization of the main functions. This box is relatively complete and complex at the sound editing. The manual is 75 pages in French and develops many different functions.

SOUNDS

Just below the rx8, it was a time when it offrai a sound that others do not possess.

OVERALL OPINION

BAR complementary good. Pretty punchy snare drums. The momentum is high. Writing in real time but easier to drive in the afternoon.
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Anonymous

Yamaha RX5Published on 01/15/08 at 12:15
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AE sounds convenient but it hurts take an ER1 it sounds 20 times better

UTILIZATION

It is therefore of yam ergonomics is not always a

SOUNDS

Bof ca trs has not aged well is good for the resumption of David and Jonathan.
the sounds of the era DX yam, a great void if not the black hole
Intrets great for me without a hand, a snare that

OVERALL OPINION

I had since leaving us and I abuse I can not stand over and that is that I was sold
I of the offer
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  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: RX5
  • Category: Drum Machines
  • Added in our database on: 11/02/2002

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