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Yamaha Studio & Home Studio user reviews

  • Yamaha REV7

    Yamaha REV7 - moosers's review

    03/12/09

    The Yamaha REV7 is a digital reverb unit in the form of a rackable piece of outboard gear. It will take up two rack spaces and I believe it has both 1/4 inch and XLR connections, but I'm not 100% sure - I use this in a studio where the REV 7 was pre-…

  • Yamaha NS-10M

    Yamaha NS-10M - moosers's review

    02/04/09

    I got a pair of Yamaha NS-10Ms because, like many, I feel that the mixes I get on them translate well to other listening environments. They are pretty normal speakers, which is part of the reason that so many people love to use them to A/B mixes. I r…

  • Yamaha MG10/2

    Yamaha MG10/2 - lulumusique's review

    01/25/09

    Blah, blah...no effects...blah, blah...eq...etc I'll say it straight away: It isn't ambitious at the features level, where others add digital effects or a 7-band EQ with feedback detector (pretty damn useful for a 7-band, LOL) It has a sturdy l…

  • Yamaha MG206C-USB

    Yamaha MG206C-USB - Audiofanzine FR's review

    12/07/08

    (Originally written by Loud Wizard/translated from Audiofanzine FR) Very comprehensive Stereo in/out USB bus 12 mono channels and 4 stereo channels (each with XLR input), 2 groups + master 8 compressors in the mono channels Insert in th…

  • Yamaha AW4416

    Yamaha AW4416 - Audiofanzine FR's review

    12/03/08

    (Originally written by Seith/translated from Audiofanzine FR) I just bought it. I'd like to thank the guy who sold it to me for his honesty and the excellent condition of the unit. Enough quality for a synth/bass/guitar home studio system.…

  • Yamaha AW16G

    Yamaha AW16G - sat4n's review

    11/07/08

    OK. There's no way I can cover everything here, but I'll give you the most important characteristics among those I actually use. There are eight mono and four stereo tracks, and then another stereo track to which you mix down. Each track (as long as…

  • Yamaha 01X

    Yamaha 01X - FP User's review

    10/31/08

    Wow were do I start. If you own a computer and like me have a budget then buy this. My computer is 2.5Gb Athlon, 512 RAM which is fine for me because I use external synths, but once I add a few effects in cubase and EQ it starts to struggle. Now I do…

  • Yamaha 01X

    Yamaha 01X - FP User's review

    10/31/08

    Wow were do I start. If you own a computer and like me have a budget then buy this. My computer is 2.5Gb Athlon, 512 RAM which is fine for me because I use external synths, but once I add a few effects in cubase and EQ it starts to struggle. Now I do…

  • Yamaha 02R V2

    Yamaha 02R V2 - FP User's review

    10/31/08

    It's a digital mixer. Most digital mixers do about the same, offer the same features, but of course with different sonic quality and different ways of using them. You have your usual dynamics processor and eq on every channel, pre-amps on the first 8…

  • Yamaha AW16G

    Yamaha AW16G - FP User's review

    10/31/08

    20 gigabyte hard drive, CDRW drive standard in USA, recall scenes, graphical wave form editing, timestretching, sample pads, digital io, ...you can save your tracks as wav files via the CDRW drive and transfer to your computer for editing...you can c…