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Yamaha Studio & Home Studio user reviews

  • Yamaha MT400

    Yamaha MT400 - "Good, effective, simple-yet-versatile fourtrack recorder"


    I picked up on of these relatively cheap. The competition from Tascam fetches much higher prices even in 2020 – undeservedly so, I think: This little Yamaha appears to be as good as the competition! I want to use this recorder for two and a half p…

  • Yamaha MSP5

    Yamaha MSP5 - "My faithful and tireless speakers"


    I needed something better than my hi-fi system to make electronic music with my PC! I was looking at classified ads but a musician friend of mine recommended me the MSP5, which were on sale. An important point for me back then, and still today, is th…

  • Yamaha MG166CX-USB

    Yamaha MG166CX-USB - "Good product"


    Good console for a band or orchestra or to mix at home. Yamaha quality, reliable and solid. The mixer comes with rails to mount it on a rack It has 16 inputs (with built-in compressor on inputs 1 through 6, which can be individually adjusted) XLR…

  • Yamaha HS50M

    Yamaha HS50M - "Pure, Unbiased Sound"


    I needed a good studio monitor to fit on a smaller desk. My main studio is limited in space and I was careful to find smaller monitors that would still deliver a perfect sound. I went to a local music store and a trusted salesman told me I won't find…

  • Yamaha MG166CX-USB

    Yamaha MG166CX-USB - "Good gear"


    Rackable, with all necessary connections, built-in effects (not high-end, but they do their job!). UTILIZATION Easy-to-use mixer for beginners, which we are...It has a short learning curve. SOUNDS Decent sound for its category. You need to really…

  • Yamaha SPX90

    Yamaha SPX90 - "A special sound"


    It's a basic multi-effects including all sorts of reverbs, echoes, chorus, flanger, phaser, compression, and pitch shifting. Effects cannot be used simultaneously. It has basic MIDI connections that can't be edited, except maybe with a PC via Midiqu…

  • Yamaha MG166CX-USB

    Yamaha MG166CX-USB - "Excellent and value for money" has images


    It is rackable, analog console, with 10 mic line in, phantom power, 16 line in XLR, 8mono and 4 stereo in, 3 range parametric EQ. For more details you should address to the website of Yamaha. With the USB connection it works like a sound card and mix…

  • Yamaha MSP5

    Yamaha MSP5 - "Exceptional"


    I've had the Yamaha HS50M, good speakers, but these one are CLEARLY better from any point of view: Impeccable finish, crystal-clear sound. They are small but weighty! They are perfect for a home studio, the best ones I've ever had. Right from the ins…

  • Yamaha SPX90

    Yamaha SPX90 - watts-dj's review


    Good UTILIZATION Simple enough, the 30 first channels are preset, your personal settings start from number 31 SOUND QUALITY Quite good OVERALL OPINION A bit complicated to find good vocal settings, but you only need some patience…

  • Yamaha MG166CX-USB

    Yamaha MG166CX-USB - HStuder's review


    With its rack design, this mixer aimed at recording allows for a wide range of applications. UTILIZATION The connections and multiple controls are adapted to different needs. SOUNDS In terms of sound, it can't be criticized, since it conforms to …