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  • linn134linn134

    This opinion is shared.

    Yamaha RM1XPublished on 08/18/14 at 08:26
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    Ah, the RM1X. Or RM1X as if A or A sequencer groove box. In short, the blue thingy years Techno-Trance.
    Nice big box all painted metal (epoxy I guess, but it alters the sound, it's not a guitar) with buttons, knobs and a large monochrome display that was frankly luxury at the time of its release.

    As usual with Yamaha smells not junk. It is the eternal good point of the Japanese brand that is found on all ranges of the house to the three forks, the level of finish is high. A good case brawny, knobs and switches galore, and the back of the machine ... two outputs unbalanced jacks 6.35 for the "line out" and MIDI (In / Out). Two outputs ... we will return later.

    There's what in…
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    Ah, the RM1X. Or RM1X as if A or A sequencer groove box. In short, the blue thingy years Techno-Trance.
    Nice big box all painted metal (epoxy I guess, but it alters the sound, it's not a guitar) with buttons, knobs and a large monochrome display that was frankly luxury at the time of its release.

    As usual with Yamaha smells not junk. It is the eternal good point of the Japanese brand that is found on all ranges of the house to the three forks, the level of finish is high. A good case brawny, knobs and switches galore, and the back of the machine ... two outputs unbalanced jacks 6.35 for the "line out" and MIDI (In / Out). Two outputs ... we will return later.

    There's what in the box?
    Yes, anyway, even if the face of the device is nice it must be to pick the sound.
    And here we are at Yamaha. (To be read with the voice of the TV commentators though clumsy).
    Yes, again and again synthesizing home-based PCM samples, the famous Advanced Wave Modulation II, reloaded, the return of revenge. I seem to annoy me all alone in front of my screen, but I'm actually very quiet. For the time (1999-2002) it was good and it was hard to imagine a sequencer-groove box with affordable analog modeling, FM, sampling etc ... it will be the big sister, this very estimable RS7000.

    We do what we want and what we can with the synthesis AWM2, peanuts on the pretzel: the effects section, richly endowed of all that was then located on the S03 / S80 / CS2X / CS6X of brand. It's not bad, it's the job, but it's not the sound of an Eventide or AMS.
    There are still some surprises: Low Pass (LPF), Cutoff, Resonance, Envelope. Zou.

    There are plenty of sounds and presets in it, it's friendly, it's easy, it's cool.
    We can have fun with 654 sounds and 46 drum kits various. With 50 free patterns for the user (60 printed in the ROM) and 20 songs, it's not bad at all.

    To this is added a sequencer 110,000 notes, 32-voice polyphony (internal synthesis) and 64-note polyphony pure sequence, a record of the movement of a few knobs, it's not bad at all ... but only ONE output MIDI. There is not possib. No place, right possib.

    Ultimate point that is VERY wrong Derche: you can not save on the fly, back to just reading, resume recording ... without stop / start. And that's okay when you're all alone in the corner, but two in sync (via DAW) it becomes unmanageable.



    UTILIZATION

    The general configuration is it simple?
    Vui. It's not bad. It is not in the software with a mega-interface but it is understandable and sub-sub-sub menus do not serve every ten seconds.

    The usual functions are they easily accessible?
    Oh damn, I said above, so yes, it will.

    The manual is clear and sufficient?
    Nein, nein, nein!
    It's a Yamaha manual, so rather well, but it's not digestible: too gnan-gnan to be pro (it caters to DJ, right?) Or too cryptic to be useful. So you have to go and experience.

    SOUNDS

    The sounds they suit your style of music?
    Hmm. In a minimal trip, why not 90's revival, but it's still not the top.
    The sounds are not bad, but the whole is constrained by the lack of separate outputs.
    So the "mix" out of the single stereo output is not at the height of a free software sequencer with plugins freeware. I speak only of sound.

    Are they realistic?
    Yes, it really looks like the sounds of AWM2 synthesis out of DA converters with dynamic means not at all pro. The true sound of groovebox.

    The effects are they effective and responsive?
    Yes I do.

    The expression is good? (Response to velocity, aftertouch)?
    Yes too.


    What are the sounds you prefer, you hate? ...
    I used almost the most, sometimes one or two percussion sounds very typical 90's, low FM so when I need to triple a particular sound with a longer decay. In short, I no longer use the RM1X as sound module and I use mostly the sequencer.


    OVERALL OPINION

    How long have you use it?
    One year.

    Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    Yes I do. I had the same kind:
    - Quasimidi 309 (all options) with a Sirius bonus
    - MC 505
    - MC 303
    - RM1X

    All have strengths and weaknesses. The RM1X is, for me, the best sequencers listed above. But it is also one of the worst as sound module. It puts the MC303 into pieces, fortunately, but the MC505 it trumps with its separate (sound sequencer for my taste, much less good) outputs.

    What thing do you like most and least?
    Nice face.
    Fun to use.
    Solid (except the pads, but it speaks).
    Good MIDI management, despite the single MIDI OUT. But with a splitter it goes alone.
    Sounds means. Sometimes very good, sometimes heartbreaking.

    Ergonomically correct but this recording limitation / start / stop / contraption countered me to replace it with a Elektron Monomachine SFX6. Not the same budget, not the same range, but here goes: at least it sounds good and sequence to death.

    How would you rate the quality / price?
    On occasion, around 150/200 euros is not bad. Attention to her, it can be perfect in music where everything is not "cleat" and supercharged, the hovering, the muffled. If that's the sound you're looking for Dubstep, it'll be tight. As against this is a very good sequencer to compose only a limited number of machines (16).

    With experience, you do again this choice?
    Yes I do. With the same needs and the same budget as when I bought it, I say yes.
    I was very strict with this poor RM1X, I am fortunate to have (and have had) sublime machine (and some not so good) and I became difficult, demanding. No shame to have fun with RM1X. I still have it and I really hesitate to part with. I am attached and I appreciate it when it came out I wanted one. It is likely that in fact I never redeems RM1X and I like the RS7000, but it's not the same budget and the RS is much more cumbersome.
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  • theaudioandvideoguytheaudioandvideoguy

    oldie but goodie

    Yamaha RM1XPublished on 03/22/12 at 11:19
    The Yamaha RM1X is a step programmable machine interface. The technology used in this unit is the same that is in a lot of samplers on the market today. One thing that is really cool with this is that you can actually purchase a add on piece of hardware for it that will make it rack able! Most Hardware sequencers don’t come or even have that option available. So Yamaha was thinking on their toes when creating this hardware. It was made around 10 years ago, so you can get them pretty cheap online today. I personally don’t have one anymore because I have traded it for another piece of gear years ago. Not to say it wasn’t a good buy, because it was and it served its purpose in my workflow.


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    The Yamaha RM1X is a step programmable machine interface. The technology used in this unit is the same that is in a lot of samplers on the market today. One thing that is really cool with this is that you can actually purchase a add on piece of hardware for it that will make it rack able! Most Hardware sequencers don’t come or even have that option available. So Yamaha was thinking on their toes when creating this hardware. It was made around 10 years ago, so you can get them pretty cheap online today. I personally don’t have one anymore because I have traded it for another piece of gear years ago. Not to say it wasn’t a good buy, because it was and it served its purpose in my workflow.


    UTILIZATION

    One thing you will need with this unit is the manual. The manual is pretty lengthy too, not too easy to understand. Well its not hard to understand its just so boring. But once you get the hang of it you wont need the manual unless you forgot how to do something. Most of the menu’s are self explanatory once you figure out how to get to them. The screen is small though, so beware. Most devices with small backlit screens don’t play well on my eyes which was one of the downfalls of this machine for me.


    SOUNDS

    You will love the sounds and sound quality you will get out of the RM1X. It is second to none, there are a lot of effects and you can have a song up to 256 measures long. Also, with the ability to have 16 different midi inserts going. The memory on this unit isn’t that much though, I think you can only save around 15 or so songs if I remember correctly. So its far from where we are today with computers and saving you whole lifes work for later use.


    OVERALL OPINION

    Overall, the RM1X does the job you need it to do with out any issues. Minus the learning curve you will love this unit and it will go great in your work flow and make your music a little less stressful because this unit does so much for you. I suggest purchasing this now because its really cheap online and in the music stores locally. Its really a no brainer now because of the cost.
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  • Moe SizlakMoe Sizlak

    Sounds useless but very good live sequencer

    Yamaha RM1XPublished on 03/02/12 at 04:15
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    MIDI connections in classic. Some effects, all horrible. No separate outputs.
    Just a good sequencer, very convenient for live (real) and to control all MIDI devices.

    UTILIZATION

    Rather simple and comprehensive user. Relatively well thought out.

    SOUNDS

    All sounds are crappy in plasticky, totally unusable for a production worthy of the name. The only interest is in the control of machines with MIDI. The "keyboard" does not Velocity overdub recording, too bad.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a long time.
    As I said above: all sounds are good for the trash, only the sequencer's worth.
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    MIDI connections in classic. Some effects, all horrible. No separate outputs.
    Just a good sequencer, very convenient for live (real) and to control all MIDI devices.

    UTILIZATION

    Rather simple and comprehensive user. Relatively well thought out.

    SOUNDS

    All sounds are crappy in plasticky, totally unusable for a production worthy of the name. The only interest is in the control of machines with MIDI. The "keyboard" does not Velocity overdub recording, too bad.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a long time.
    As I said above: all sounds are good for the trash, only the sequencer's worth.
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  • (",)(",)

    Yamaha RM1XPublished on 01/24/03 at 15:42
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    Trs-connector audio summary (1out stereo + phones), no MIDI Through is not a luxury.
    -Many sounds DIFFERENT, editable in real time (one of the great quality of the machine)
    -3 Dpart effects catgories rank 3, a block rather dedi delay / distortion / EQ, another focuses on the chorus / flanger and a block for spcial reverbs
    Squenceur 16-track, recording proves to be tedious, however many people it employs a squenceur software easily edit parts, each pattern is divided into "section" which can write diffrent 16 parts per track.

    UTILIZATION

    I can not speak of the manual I did Jamia possd but even without it I'm out trs well, however it is better to know a little of the universe…
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    Trs-connector audio summary (1out stereo + phones), no MIDI Through is not a luxury.
    -Many sounds DIFFERENT, editable in real time (one of the great quality of the machine)
    -3 Dpart effects catgories rank 3, a block rather dedi delay / distortion / EQ, another focuses on the chorus / flanger and a block for spcial reverbs
    Squenceur 16-track, recording proves to be tedious, however many people it employs a squenceur software easily edit parts, each pattern is divided into "section" which can write diffrent 16 parts per track.

    UTILIZATION

    I can not speak of the manual I did Jamia possd but even without it I'm out trs well, however it is better to know a little of the universe or we just groovebox finds herself lost in the various sub-menus.
    all basic functions are accessible directly faade thanks to eight pots (not very practical because it always leaves their position rel, regardless of the relative value which causes no jump trs natural ...)
    However, the edition of possibilitr are rather crude, LFOs matrche poorly and are not natural trs again!
    recording parts of the puzzle revlent head even though it is supposed to be simplified by the "step sequencer", the keyboard is really degeu, trs not pleasant ...

    SOUNDS

    Big weakness of the machine, rhythmic sounds too mtallique, too round, there's a passen qelque sounds provided on them by double-modulated (sounds when the 808 is worse than j 'ever heard, when the drum for help it looks like they have t recorded in a crate mtal)

    synth sounds of the limit of unusable pads ridiculous bass lines degeulasses slobbery, impossible to get out something else that sounds hard it is reminiscent of a machine purely numrique. no edition features waveforms then forced to work deep sounds, it obviously costs less than a Nord Lead, but good nonetheless yamaha has accustomed us better (see pattern)

    the reverb is cold and the stink numrique full nose, the effects the most convincing is the delay that allows twelve o'clock CRER many funny parts, ladisto I will not even speak when the flanger and company it is still that is not as bad ...

    edition of the Veloci is fairly intuitive but since the keyboard does not recognize it can be a bit skeptical that level l. ..

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have used for 3 years, the base I t seduced by the price and the CHARACTERISTICS much larger than the groovebox, more's the only machine of its range of price that allows the preservation of these patterns on disk and import midi file standart tyoujours via the same medium

    but good for the price you can honestly difficilemen complain, it offers lots of handy features for tech

    East debutant but rather used as a sequencer / controller noon (the last a little CHRE the controller anyway ...)

    About me if I buy but certainly not against it allowed me familiaris with the sequencer functions (although the best machine for beginners even when the computer is in my opinion!)
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  • Anonymous

    Yamaha RM1XPublished on 01/30/03 at 10:51
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    It is quite dcevante connections: Stereo output and just a headphone. no MIDI Through or between audio.
    -But not many sounds or trs trs INTERESTED ditables.
    -3 Effect modules correct.
    A-EXCELLENT squenceur, probably the best hardware squenceur I could try to control that allows any equipment properly noon. The import *. mid files is very practical. Functions are trs edition and use many "live" is a rgal including the possibility of the mute mmoriser for instant recall.

    UTILIZATION

    Easy-take control (even when less than electribe), the menus are explicit trs.

    SOUNDS

    -The sound is the downside of this machine: everything sounds flat trs. Ms. filter does not catch t…
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    It is quite dcevante connections: Stereo output and just a headphone. no MIDI Through or between audio.
    -But not many sounds or trs trs INTERESTED ditables.
    -3 Effect modules correct.
    A-EXCELLENT squenceur, probably the best hardware squenceur I could try to control that allows any equipment properly noon. The import *. mid files is very practical. Functions are trs edition and use many "live" is a rgal including the possibility of the mute mmoriser for instant recall.

    UTILIZATION

    Easy-take control (even when less than electribe), the menus are explicit trs.

    SOUNDS

    -The sound is the downside of this machine: everything sounds flat trs. Ms. filter does not catch the problem. damage.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I think it's an unbeatable machine to control a rack of sound modules or a sampler of scne and this is only for I use it. For cons I Do not plug jacks on it ...
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  • red stewpotred stewpot

    Yamaha RM1XPublished on 07/27/03 at 14:00
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    -Sounds are my trsmdiocre and got all look up and down the octave. We quickly made the rounds I used 2 years yet! The grain is also flat.
    - The squenceur is good and logical.
    - The audio engine train is not too much to ask for disk requires.
    - The buttons are super sensitive! I took it out often with super ultra gaff and 3 keys and 3 potentiomtres OUT!
    - A lightweight jump occurs by linking the sections is not pretty!

    UTILIZATION

    - It works alone you quickly cool loops (for tech INTERESTED live it) but ke for a.
    - The effects are quite numerous but not sound terrible
    - The ke squenceur There's a good in this machine!

    SOUNDS

    - I play and compose Electro Big …
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    -Sounds are my trsmdiocre and got all look up and down the octave. We quickly made the rounds I used 2 years yet! The grain is also flat.
    - The squenceur is good and logical.
    - The audio engine train is not too much to ask for disk requires.
    - The buttons are super sensitive! I took it out often with super ultra gaff and 3 keys and 3 potentiomtres OUT!
    - A lightweight jump occurs by linking the sections is not pretty!

    UTILIZATION

    - It works alone you quickly cool loops (for tech INTERESTED live it) but ke for a.
    - The effects are quite numerous but not sound terrible
    - The ke squenceur There's a good in this machine!

    SOUNDS

    - I play and compose Electro Big Beat and she soon tired and dgot! The sounds are really flat and trs all the same! Try frankly before investing! For the price of OCCAZ There's 10 times better.

    OVERALL OPINION

    In fact I have 7 years to try a lot of stuff and it is one of the most machines without Intrets. STRID I go but I really trsdu t and as a lot of people also (De-bugs dirty plans by playing careful scne those who play often enough!) .
    But I still say I do not know but even more than any other default it because I'm me There's dj spar 10 months. Ke And now I have the perfect solution Mpc 4000-Reason-Drumstation
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  • PoaPoa

    Yamaha RM1XPublished on 05/10/04 at 00:07
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    -1 Audio output. (So ​​no effects insertion.Dommage ...)
    -1024 Trs sounds mean.
    The FX-section slightly saves the rest. (3 paramtrable FX by pattern)
    Squenceur-medium and unstable.

    UTILIZATION

    The-config is impcable.
    -The functions are accesible trs (thank you in the 8 knob plastok of shit ...)
    -At least: The manual is great fucking ...

    SOUNDS

    -You will love the sounds in your programs if you por the Nintendo Game Boy ...
    -Worse than a, you die ...
    -The FX are pretty good.
    -I dtest all ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    -I for 4 years and no c ...
    +-The Price
    -Monk: sounds.
    "I ssay a tap machine, and that the sounds really too bad ...
    -The quality /…
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    -1 Audio output. (So ​​no effects insertion.Dommage ...)
    -1024 Trs sounds mean.
    The FX-section slightly saves the rest. (3 paramtrable FX by pattern)
    Squenceur-medium and unstable.

    UTILIZATION

    The-config is impcable.
    -The functions are accesible trs (thank you in the 8 knob plastok of shit ...)
    -At least: The manual is great fucking ...

    SOUNDS

    -You will love the sounds in your programs if you por the Nintendo Game Boy ...
    -Worse than a, you die ...
    -The FX are pretty good.
    -I dtest all ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    -I for 4 years and no c ...
    +-The Price
    -Monk: sounds.
    "I ssay a tap machine, and that the sounds really too bad ...
    -The quality / price? Keeps your tunes and buy something else.
    No. Prfere I break my leg than r'acheter this bullshit ...
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  • ShakeShake

    Yamaha RM1XPublished on 08/11/04 at 05:27
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    1 stereo + 1 headphones (I use it)

    1 MIDI in / out

    y 'effects, but I would not recommend using it lol

    exxxxcelllent sequencer! sequence of the must in my opinion, real-time grid + + step, very flexible, very powerful. Save it to disk

    UTILIZATION

    I use it as midi sequencer to control a computer with Kontakt, Live and Traktor for concerts. It works the thunder, I hesitate to buy a second, here!

    SOUNDS

    Ahahahaha sounds of this bike are simply despicable. It does not matter, because either way they go into effect vile!

    Joking aside, I do not use the sounds of this bike

    OVERALL OPINION

    Solid, not too big, flexible, powerful ... the best sequence of th…
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    1 stereo + 1 headphones (I use it)

    1 MIDI in / out

    y 'effects, but I would not recommend using it lol

    exxxxcelllent sequencer! sequence of the must in my opinion, real-time grid + + step, very flexible, very powerful. Save it to disk

    UTILIZATION

    I use it as midi sequencer to control a computer with Kontakt, Live and Traktor for concerts. It works the thunder, I hesitate to buy a second, here!

    SOUNDS

    Ahahahaha sounds of this bike are simply despicable. It does not matter, because either way they go into effect vile!

    Joking aside, I do not use the sounds of this bike

    OVERALL OPINION

    Solid, not too big, flexible, powerful ... the best sequence of the market hard for my taste (do not tell me about MPC), or perhaps Exaequo with the EMU ...

    340 euros OCCAZ. The foot.
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  • spiderjerusalemspiderjerusalem

    Yamaha RM1XPublished on 08/22/04 at 01:04
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    Squenceur intuitive, easy to use. many sounds, styles and a lot of effects. basically it's not bad!

    UTILIZATION

    It's simple, I had to open the manual twice. Nice, ca used as a playstation.

    SOUNDS

    Sounds. Here it's been polmiques I think. Should not be choosy so far. The sounds are good on this machine. I feel very lack of cache crativit derrire sounds of the machines. if you have any ides worthy of a sparrow, it's not the sounds that are involved.
    That said, I'm not a fan of drum sounds. also, as it does above, the sounds must be triturated. but must sincrement arrter: bte the rings, and plutt not bad! be seen as any faocn is not its function Premire! then see how it…
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    Squenceur intuitive, easy to use. many sounds, styles and a lot of effects. basically it's not bad!

    UTILIZATION

    It's simple, I had to open the manual twice. Nice, ca used as a playstation.

    SOUNDS

    Sounds. Here it's been polmiques I think. Should not be choosy so far. The sounds are good on this machine. I feel very lack of cache crativit derrire sounds of the machines. if you have any ides worthy of a sparrow, it's not the sounds that are involved.
    That said, I'm not a fan of drum sounds. also, as it does above, the sounds must be triturated. but must sincrement arrter: bte the rings, and plutt not bad! be seen as any faocn is not its function Premire! then see how it comes, it's no use in crying

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it since its psort (98) and by two buttons that clabier rponde trs trs difficult, I am relatively satisfied. Of course it's not top notch, but the shipment of wood BCAN. I love that it offers users many places, I do not like the sounds of percussions / drums.
    The ratio quality price is right, even if it cost me a little expensive for the era (the price has dropped and most importantly, my purchasing power is not the same that There's is 6 years!)
    I had almost nothing test before I bought this on a head shot, I wanted to make electronic music APRS jou have the batery and the sax for years and years. So for a Premire machine, it's clean!
    exprience with e, I do not know if I would do this choice. because it must be noted that for 6 years, he had y'en machines in the vein with other benefits! but even when I keep it!
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  • IkkiniIkkini

    Yamaha RM1XPublished on 11/12/04 at 03:56
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    Complte a small machine for beginners: a sound and squenceur, surface CONTRL complte.

    UTILIZATION

    This machine has a standard benefit: its squenceur, trs use is enjoyable and intuitive, a great catch in short everything you need to dial. the potentiomtres rpondent well and are in sufficient numbers. the manual is crystal clear, a joy!

    SOUNDS

    Sound. This is exactly what is forgotten on this machine.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The RM1X is certainly one of the best hardware squenceurs the market easily transportable and trs enjoyable. (If you are not convinced, try both the MIDI delay!). I sold long ago since I switched to RS7000 (what a mistake) and friends continue to u…
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    Complte a small machine for beginners: a sound and squenceur, surface CONTRL complte.

    UTILIZATION

    This machine has a standard benefit: its squenceur, trs use is enjoyable and intuitive, a great catch in short everything you need to dial. the potentiomtres rpondent well and are in sufficient numbers. the manual is crystal clear, a joy!

    SOUNDS

    Sound. This is exactly what is forgotten on this machine.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The RM1X is certainly one of the best hardware squenceurs the market easily transportable and trs enjoyable. (If you are not convinced, try both the MIDI delay!). I sold long ago since I switched to RS7000 (what a mistake) and friends continue to use it as squenceur and Controller.
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