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  • U-FLYstudioU-FLYstudio

    Yamaha SPX1000Published on 11/05/06 at 03:20
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    SPX is similar to other, same principle of edition,
    opportunity to work in mono, STREO, analog or digital.
    full trig and noon

    UTILIZATION

    Very simple

    SOUND QUALITY

    On core programs, not great, no difference with a sound so tense SPX900, EPAI and cold! but as soon as you begin to edit, this machine does not respond like other SPX, thanks to its programs and multi EQ that allows you to change many things, the SPX 1000 is very interesting! you get to ring the very flat "lexicon," a little hollow with a high almost silky, impossible for any other SPX Series!

    OVERALL OPINION

    For the price of OCCAZ, a very good machine.
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    SPX is similar to other, same principle of edition,
    opportunity to work in mono, STREO, analog or digital.
    full trig and noon

    UTILIZATION

    Very simple

    SOUND QUALITY

    On core programs, not great, no difference with a sound so tense SPX900, EPAI and cold! but as soon as you begin to edit, this machine does not respond like other SPX, thanks to its programs and multi EQ that allows you to change many things, the SPX 1000 is very interesting! you get to ring the very flat "lexicon," a little hollow with a high almost silky, impossible for any other SPX Series!

    OVERALL OPINION

    For the price of OCCAZ, a very good machine.
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  • ric49ric49

    Yamaha SPX1000Published on 08/08/09 at 13:21
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Gnraliste effects processor offering three types of rverbes, hall, room, flat and room echo qu''un algorithm dnom asser INTERESTED. For other effects on offer, you have also to delays (5200 ms!) Echoes, chorus, flanger, phaser and symphonic to the effects of phase, plus a distortion, an effect of "sampling", an aural aphex exciting, and finally diffrent effect combinations.
    A 2-band equalizer paramtrique, and a dynamic filter are Submitted, that can be made ahead of each effect.
    All programs are ditable course.
    The SPX 1000 runs in 16 bits of the frquence chantillonage of 44.1Khz.


    UTILIZATION

    Using the SPX 1000 is relatively simple and enjoyable trs, everything is logica…
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    Gnraliste effects processor offering three types of rverbes, hall, room, flat and room echo qu''un algorithm dnom asser INTERESTED. For other effects on offer, you have also to delays (5200 ms!) Echoes, chorus, flanger, phaser and symphonic to the effects of phase, plus a distortion, an effect of "sampling", an aural aphex exciting, and finally diffrent effect combinations.
    A 2-band equalizer paramtrique, and a dynamic filter are Submitted, that can be made ahead of each effect.
    All programs are ditable course.
    The SPX 1000 runs in 16 bits of the frquence chantillonage of 44.1Khz.


    UTILIZATION

    Using the SPX 1000 is relatively simple and enjoyable trs, everything is logical and well arranged.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The asser rverbrations are close to a REV 5 of the same manufacturer know asser cold (we have far from certain amricaines), but they are usable by trs examples of percussion and other sounds percussive. As against the effects of asser phases are good.


    OVERALL OPINION

    I use the SPX 1000 for over 20 years now, of course it is not really "page" but still gives me the fires services.
    I would do without this choice problem!
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  • blackleblackle

    Yamaha SPX1000Published on 08/27/10 at 11:38
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    all is said .. But we must add an input and an output format digital YDC Yamaha proprietary format.

    UTILIZATION

    Logically very simple to use despite a fairly large number of parameters for certain effects.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The SPX1000 ceases to amaze me! While on paper it does exactly the same criteria that are SPX900 little brother, except that the 1000 work in TRUE stereo with a time delay for longer delays programs (5200m 1480m cons for the 900). These two processors do not yet react the same way in terms of qualifications, the SPX1000 found this a (big) step above the 900 .. The reverbs are great but not very nice of you during the work (forget the absolute factory se…
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    all is said .. But we must add an input and an output format digital YDC Yamaha proprietary format.

    UTILIZATION

    Logically very simple to use despite a fairly large number of parameters for certain effects.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The SPX1000 ceases to amaze me! While on paper it does exactly the same criteria that are SPX900 little brother, except that the 1000 work in TRUE stereo with a time delay for longer delays programs (5200m 1480m cons for the 900). These two processors do not yet react the same way in terms of qualifications, the SPX1000 found this a (big) step above the 900 .. The reverbs are great but not very nice of you during the work (forget the absolute factory settings). Flangers associated with this dynamic filter in the menu "EQ" become quite incredible! Same for the chorus .. on the other hand, absolutely forget the few programs that combine several effects.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I love this multi-effects! It is very easy to use, a robustness and a "sound" that might still blow over a machine and even today!
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