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Yamaha DJX

Keyboard Arranger from Yamaha

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ureiurei

Yamaha DJXPublished on 03/12/04 at 01:56
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5 octaves polyphonic synth, MIDI In, Out, Through.
Approximately 400 sounds good to bad (especially the piano, yuck)
35 DSP effects quite nice.
Sequencer 3 songs (!) And no way to backup, Deplus when the machine turned off, the song recorded is lost.

UTILIZATION

The use could not be simpler ... Ideal for beginners.

OVERALL OPINION

I used it in 2002 or 2003 until I sold it.
It cost me 1600 francs nine at the time, so it was a good deal.
A good synth to start, but still very very limited!
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klair31klair31

Yamaha DJXPublished on 07/13/04 at 16:00
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Portable keyboard 5 octaves, intgrbr amp /> Audio / auxiliary (I plug it on my chain and a ring of hell!)
450 sounds about prdfinis, but almost infinitely with the dual mode and the buttons and cuttoff rsonance!
Dsp effects: echo, delay (good), wahwah (beuah), tremolo, distortion etc., chorus; reverb.A button control and / or tape with his finger, c fun!
6 tracks mini squenceur: personal, I find it empty but I was able to compose things that sound good enough condition to be a little patient ... two recording modes: time rel or not not.
Multifunction keyboard: you may remove / add rhythm instruments and it's really gloves in real time!

UTILIZATION

Using simple keyboard, ideal...…
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Portable keyboard 5 octaves, intgrbr amp /> Audio / auxiliary (I plug it on my chain and a ring of hell!)
450 sounds about prdfinis, but almost infinitely with the dual mode and the buttons and cuttoff rsonance!
Dsp effects: echo, delay (good), wahwah (beuah), tremolo, distortion etc., chorus; reverb.A button control and / or tape with his finger, c fun!
6 tracks mini squenceur: personal, I find it empty but I was able to compose things that sound good enough condition to be a little patient ... two recording modes: time rel or not not.
Multifunction keyboard: you may remove / add rhythm instruments and it's really gloves in real time!

UTILIZATION

Using simple keyboard, ideal for beginners and s'clater. I hardly used the manual.
Trs good ergonomics: it can be transported easily!

OVERALL OPINION

I bought it in 1998 and I still use it! I use trs prdfinis little sounds, since I only play with the sounds I programmed it Yadji a good time ... provided of sr to put the batteries and play branch of industry!
J'apprcie the squenceur, although it is not empty them when you plant is in full song: tt must start again, sniff.Les effects are also nice, but it is better to connect this a good keyboard amp, the amp is too rikiki.Par against internal, which m'nerve is not the screen rtroclairc'est galre program with a flashlight !
The quality-price ratio bon.Moi trs, I had bought new for about 2800 francs! So ...
With exprience, I do not think I Rasht, progress requires: some voices sound a bit dull, (conversely, some are really funny!) But it must mess with the buttons, I love to do and what is unique about this style of keyboard (portable and cheap). But I advise anyone who wants to learn music and have fun, and those who want to fte in carrying their instruments easily.
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SlapKidSlapKid

Yamaha DJXPublished on 10/27/07 at 14:17
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What makes the salt of this gear, it is time rel knobs to modify sounds, grooves (downbeat, upbeat, amazing!), Trs fun and accessible to the novice that I am (and always will be about keyboards).
The arpgiateur gnial is right, the chords are finally out of the mouth. And you can choose several types of arpgiateur, cool.
Another big plus of this thing, the company that operates as micro adjustable multi-effect with a guitar provided that it is slowly rgl output.
The ribbon control over the roulette trs is intuitive, but probably in use DCRI conservatory. Hem.
This is not seen in the photo is the fuss that this keyboard produces a powerful and living (with bass boost rglage...…
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What makes the salt of this gear, it is time rel knobs to modify sounds, grooves (downbeat, upbeat, amazing!), Trs fun and accessible to the novice that I am (and always will be about keyboards).
The arpgiateur gnial is right, the chords are finally out of the mouth. And you can choose several types of arpgiateur, cool.
Another big plus of this thing, the company that operates as micro adjustable multi-effect with a guitar provided that it is slowly rgl output.
The ribbon control over the roulette trs is intuitive, but probably in use DCRI conservatory. Hem.
This is not seen in the photo is the fuss that this keyboard produces a powerful and living (with bass boost rglage progressive siouplait), a real rgal! I put the guitar in a small cross, the branch between micro and hello's, much better than a small amp to work. And I'm running with the patterns, Fender can go to dress with g-dec, do not dc.

UTILIZATION

Easy for effects, but the squenceur is torture. In fact it's me that torture, but with a little patience it's nice to record in real-time multi-type K7.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it since its release in the last century, with a break of four years (I had sold a serious mistake as nothing n'gale this contraption. I bought a year dokaz pass o joy).
It is great, trs intuitive player devil, impossible not to waddle like the BTE using it!
I've seen in the dokaz rcemment hundred euros, you Ruez above I would say ...
I almost forgot: it yammer a mini sampler (linking between micro) to associate its own sounds (eg PRO ...) those of the machine (you can choose the key that the d latch). Killer, I tell you!
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  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: DJX
  • Category: Keyboard Arrangers
  • Added in our database on: 09/29/2002

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