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Yamaha DGX-530
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Yamaha DGX-530

Keyboard Arranger from Yamaha belonging to the DGX series.

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etrelizetreliz

great versatility

Yamaha DGX-530Published on 11/06/10 at 07:00
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What type of keyboard (piano synth ...)? How many octaves?
It is a synthetic 76 full-Key "semi-heavy"

He has an effects section?
Yes, I do not have them all head but I will mention among them the Chorus, the Reverb and the Harmony mode

What connections (audio, MIDI ...)?
It has a USB connection that I find particulirement practice: basic sound cards do not always have a number between noon and plug this USB keyboard dpann me more than once when the map its no longer had enough of! Also, I have never had any problems of stability with USB connectors.

How many sounds, styles available? Are they ditables?
It has 450 sounds frankly I find nice, many have used it on stage...…
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What type of keyboard (piano synth ...)? How many octaves?
It is a synthetic 76 full-Key "semi-heavy"

He has an effects section?
Yes, I do not have them all head but I will mention among them the Chorus, the Reverb and the Harmony mode

What connections (audio, MIDI ...)?
It has a USB connection that I find particulirement practice: basic sound cards do not always have a number between noon and plug this USB keyboard dpann me more than once when the map its no longer had enough of! Also, I have never had any problems of stability with USB connectors.

How many sounds, styles available? Are they ditables?
It has 450 sounds frankly I find nice, many have used it on stage before I serve me .vst!
At style I'm satisfied: there are 160 each with a declination, and an outro outro spcifique each.
Note, however, that the sound of GrandPiano is not good to play on stage, but more than enough to play at is to train.
Small favorite also for pitch bend is ditable and relatively sensitive, the difference of some synth that I could try!

What caractriques of squenceur?
There are 10 programmable tracks. The squenceur is relatively easy to use, 10 minutes on the manual and 20 minutes to take control :)!

USE

Is Gnrale setup simple?
Very! It's hard to get lost in, the manual is relatively clear and the dial and the 10 numrotes keys make navigation between the relatively smooth and effective sounds.

The edition of the effects is it easy?
It is hard enough when you take control want to change the playing, but once the pre-configuration diffrentes maitriss has become much simpler.

NOTICE GLOBAL

How long have you use it?
I use 1/2 for 1 year, 8 months I made with only the sounds coming from the synth live and nobody complained, it offers good versatility when you dig the sounds and combines them! Then I pass on MIDI and I am even more pleased: it is stable, no significant bugs and noted master keyboard works perfectly! Some software like Ableton and cantabile take even the soft keys midi signal!

Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
Yes I tried many pianos that price range and touch and versatility had me much more.

What is the particular feature you like best and least?
I love the versatility of this product as I have said, it is many types of pianist beginners who want to train, Confirms like me at the beginning, wanted above all a synth for coupling a digital piano using relatively good sound without touching the plugin and pianists who are upgrading from time to time on a MIDI connection to further push the sounds.
Another idiot Dtail Nevertheless that is really enjoyable is the sensitivity of the buttons that are not vritables intrrupteurs who "CLAQ !!" as with other manufacturers, no need to force like crazy on it to change something by playing.
Finally last Dtail: its lightness it is a pleasure to have the transport and it is all the same pretty solid!
I do not like however additions by Yamaha gadgets such as easysong arrange and others that make up the price for the final little advantage ...

How do you report qualitprix?
I find it really good in all sincerity, another friend bought for 650 other arranger piano he uses that master keyboard because its not top bank and is not stable in the final ...dropoff window

With experience, you do again this choice?
For the same use I could make these two last years, I do it again this choice without hsiter! Then it must not be at the head that synth is for playing classical on stage but is primarily used to have the correct sounds of other instruments / machines.
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  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: DGX-530
  • Series: DGX
  • Category: Keyboard Arrangers
  • Added in our database on: 10/04/2010

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