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  • D-DjoulD-Djoul

    80's

    Yamaha RX7Published on 10/21/12 at 14:11
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    trhu midi in out, no separate outputs on mine, many buttons and submenus.
    oh yeah I forgot, THERE SONS 99 INSIDE!

    sounds are quite editable: pitch, decay, bend, level, pan, LFO, plus a small delay effect is very short (but with few adjustable parameters)

    can assign any are any pad, and store up to 4 banks of 24 pads.

    UTILIZATION

    it is on for someone who has never been that it must computer music funny .. huhu

    more seriously the main menus are directly accessible via the keys, after you must enter the number of desired sub-menu to access it (luckily the menu list and what they contain is screen printed on the hull).

    No there's no pots, it's vintage, must enter the co…
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    trhu midi in out, no separate outputs on mine, many buttons and submenus.
    oh yeah I forgot, THERE SONS 99 INSIDE!

    sounds are quite editable: pitch, decay, bend, level, pan, LFO, plus a small delay effect is very short (but with few adjustable parameters)

    can assign any are any pad, and store up to 4 banks of 24 pads.

    UTILIZATION

    it is on for someone who has never been that it must computer music funny .. huhu

    more seriously the main menus are directly accessible via the keys, after you must enter the number of desired sub-menu to access it (luckily the menu list and what they contain is screen printed on the hull).

    No there's no pots, it's vintage, must enter the codes, hack, spending time on the sounds and editing but in the end we made it fast and I take great pleasure in the program.

    SOUNDS

    it's vintage, it sounds 80s to death with a big potato 12 bit. it does not and souffe buz not.


    - Kick, snare, tom, cowbell, and clap (shame there's only one ..) it sounds great.

    - Hit the hat, shaker, crash, and fx are good

    - Guitars and basses we forget


    for early dub, old school hip hop, electro and minimal it's all good.

    OVERALL OPINION

    then I put 8 for three reasons

    - It sounds really 80's

    - There's a bank of 99 drum you can still tweak a little

    - Its secondhand price is very good (when compared with RX5 there's no photo)
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  • krepsdeliktskrepsdelikts

    Yamaha RX7Published on 05/14/03 at 09:07
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Midi in sync, or post cassette + thruth good syncro
    2x 24 a modular, low on the Tone be jou mm on a diff voice tonality in writing or not is no direct
    12 exit and spar dchire
    jou can the choice of 8/16/32/64
    no effect

    UTILIZATION

    Basic configuration, shipping easy, no need manual

    SOUNDS

    Perceived sound nice and simple and efficient battery

    OVERALL OPINION

    Over the past year
    + point out spares, ease of use
    point-too big, not enough of her
    I pay 700 f and c of the bomb
    yes
  • FoxFox

    Yamaha RX7Published on 05/18/04 at 00:34
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I must not be the same as my predecessor did not because my rx7 12 spares outlets (I think it is characteristic of models in the range above).
    In addition, there is an effects section Dlay type and pitch.

    UTILIZATION

    Good for electro influence 80 '

    SOUNDS

    Good dynamic.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Excellent complment in a 808 or 909.
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