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  • Yamaha RY10Published on 07/24/06 at 06:48
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    LR out jack
    Midi in
    taken K7
    Earphone mini jack
    pedal
    15 pad banks (full battery of percussion and fx sounds and a track our bass line!) Editable in the machine (pan, velocity, duration ...)
    no effect :-(
    The sequencer works with inheritance patterns, real-time recording or step by step (with pads or a MIDI controller)

    UTILIZATION

    An after noon and the machine is under control
    Sound editing is very simple (for the moment o understand the logic is good yamaha, roland Yet I was connected but ca go).
    The manual?? Why this? well yes, some quick eye of times but it's so easy to use ...

    SOUNDS

    There are enough sound to get his own drum kits percussion and bass sounds......
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    LR out jack
    Midi in
    taken K7
    Earphone mini jack
    pedal
    15 pad banks (full battery of percussion and fx sounds and a track our bass line!) Editable in the machine (pan, velocity, duration ...)
    no effect :-(
    The sequencer works with inheritance patterns, real-time recording or step by step (with pads or a MIDI controller)

    UTILIZATION

    An after noon and the machine is under control
    Sound editing is very simple (for the moment o understand the logic is good yamaha, roland Yet I was connected but ca go).
    The manual?? Why this? well yes, some quick eye of times but it's so easy to use ...

    SOUNDS

    There are enough sound to get his own drum kits percussion and bass sounds clean, realistic you need to give what's the name and electronic goods for the other (normal electro drum sounds )
    expression, bah cava when using a master keyboard, otherwise it should be edit ...
    batteries are of good quality, and also percussion, bass on the other hand, mmm I retain no more than two or three that are correct.

    OVERALL OPINION

    One month of use
    I like its weight (2T520) AC is almost in the bag, you can put batteries for use while traveling on the train or elsewhere, and no need for headphones there is a speaker built into the unit
    very good value in QP OCCAZ
    To redo the choice ... hard to tell say that I would do if I had not bought time from a battery electronic TD3. but the more we talk the same world :-)
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