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Yamaha SPX90 II

Multi-Effects Processor from Yamaha .

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" I keep it!"

Yamaha SPX90 IIPublished on 12/06/14 at 08:17
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I use it for almost two years in a home studio and send back to analog mixer tracks for vocals, synthesizers and groove boxes / drum machine. I mostly use reverbs and sometimes pitch and delay for experiments.

I also have a lexicon mx 200. I use the lexicon to improvise because it has knobs and description facade and other benefits for such use but allows precise adjustment of sound.

The Spx II is more professional because it allows to fine tune each parameter on the chosen effect.

What I like most about this unit: cheap these days, all we need to edit is present.
I appreciate his "cold" sound, a general mix, voices, guitars, synths ... it never disappointed me for what I am......
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I use it for almost two years in a home studio and send back to analog mixer tracks for vocals, synthesizers and groove boxes / drum machine. I mostly use reverbs and sometimes pitch and delay for experiments.

I also have a lexicon mx 200. I use the lexicon to improvise because it has knobs and description facade and other benefits for such use but allows precise adjustment of sound.

The Spx II is more professional because it allows to fine tune each parameter on the chosen effect.

What I like most about this unit: cheap these days, all we need to edit is present.
I appreciate his "cold" sound, a general mix, voices, guitars, synths ... it never disappointed me for what I am trying to do. The voice I do not would direct me to him for other contexts undue music, techno, rock 80/90, experimental ... it sounds quite "cold" and "metallic". He really has a character and I imagine that it can be difficult to use today to mix jazz bossa pop music or rather "hot" (live well happen in the studio as a plug in or use another processor ) ..dropoff window

When I had the lexicon 200, the only one I can compare it in hardware, it made me toy figure compared to SPXII and I JERTE on the idea of ​​using the lexicon 200 on my voice in comparison, except for the improvisations tweaks galore.

I like the texture of this processor, the fact that it is midifiable (we can possibly control it with a sequencer or an external controller, I did not test but it is possible). The early reflection reverb is adorable.

What I like least:
mono input (I 'do not care but must know), but stereo effects with output accordingly
the current effect is cut 1 sec when moving from one effect to another
no equalizer therefore provide one or two track mix back
its very distinctive and quite cold but that's its charm for me

Try it, I do not intend to sell it, for me it is part of the devices that have something good and special



PS. I am not an expert in this kind of devices!
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" Buy Yamaha SPX90 II Audiofanzine"

Yamaha SPX90 IIPublished on 07/23/13 at 01:20
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Buy Yamaha SPX90 II Audiofanzine it works perfectly

UTILIZATION

yes using simple adjustment memory of our programs No. 31 to No. 99, 1 to 30 are registered manufacturer meadows.

SOUND QUALITY

Effect quite well, but found no obvious good voice echo or reverb. With patience you get there.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had 15 days, I used other effects not before giving as well as the Yamaha SPX90 II.

Most, it is small and well appearance.

Feature, you push a button for a normal voice and another to take effect in court.

Quality great price, I got here on audiofanzine for € 40 + € 6 postage paid via paypal. ...
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Buy Yamaha SPX90 II Audiofanzine it works perfectly

UTILIZATION

yes using simple adjustment memory of our programs No. 31 to No. 99, 1 to 30 are registered manufacturer meadows.

SOUND QUALITY

Effect quite well, but found no obvious good voice echo or reverb. With patience you get there.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had 15 days, I used other effects not before giving as well as the Yamaha SPX90 II.

Most, it is small and well appearance.

Feature, you push a button for a normal voice and another to take effect in court.

Quality great price, I got here on audiofanzine for € 40 + € 6 postage paid via paypal.
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Yamaha SPX90 IIPublished on 11/19/03 at 18:08
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16-bit multi effects numriques
provides algorithms for Reverb, Delay, Flange, Chorus, Phazer, Comp, Symphonic, Pitch ...
I / O jack (+4 / -20 dB), MIDI and switch on the front PDAL
A true rvolution its release, tens of thousands of units sold worldwide!
both in the studio and for live musicians and technicians

UTILIZATION

Trs trs trs easy to use It's that effect that will define the shmas for years of use and programming of multi effects are many brands (Digitech, Roland, Alesis, etc ...)

SOUND QUALITY

For the era, and the price, a remarkable quality and a multitude of effects on a single machine, the pitch of the SPX goes around the world, as its Early reflections and......
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16-bit multi effects numriques
provides algorithms for Reverb, Delay, Flange, Chorus, Phazer, Comp, Symphonic, Pitch ...
I / O jack (+4 / -20 dB), MIDI and switch on the front PDAL
A true rvolution its release, tens of thousands of units sold worldwide!
both in the studio and for live musicians and technicians

UTILIZATION

Trs trs trs easy to use It's that effect that will define the shmas for years of use and programming of multi effects are many brands (Digitech, Roland, Alesis, etc ...)

SOUND QUALITY

For the era, and the price, a remarkable quality and a multitude of effects on a single machine, the pitch of the SPX goes around the world, as its Early reflections and chorus, flange and phaser are not ridiculous.

OVERALL OPINION

A good machine trs; legendary!
purchase of emergency when you see one in good condition, it is rare ...

Competitive Landscape of the era:
- Roland SRV 2000 and DEP 5
- Digitech DSP 128
- Korg DRV 2000 and 3000
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Yamaha SPX90 IIPublished on 04/24/05 at 10:44
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The spx 90 II was only diffrence with 90 spx double its delay time. The stereo echoes the chorus but the tremolo, the reverb made the era a tool used numrique trs. Especially since the effects taient ditables widely. He silent as possible to "automation" of the gear noon. The connector jack silent assymtrique (1 in / 2 outs) and Din (in, out, thru for MIDI). This unit delivered in silent rack. Fortunately for the era j'xigeais that. Com ca no longer be possible to stack the stuff. Even when the reverb sounded a little too mtalique.

UTILIZATION

The silent machine very easy to use. All silent simple. It must be said that the number of paramtre n'tait not standard and the number of......
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The spx 90 II was only diffrence with 90 spx double its delay time. The stereo echoes the chorus but the tremolo, the reverb made the era a tool used numrique trs. Especially since the effects taient ditables widely. He silent as possible to "automation" of the gear noon. The connector jack silent assymtrique (1 in / 2 outs) and Din (in, out, thru for MIDI). This unit delivered in silent rack. Fortunately for the era j'xigeais that. Com ca no longer be possible to stack the stuff. Even when the reverb sounded a little too mtalique.

UTILIZATION

The silent machine very easy to use. All silent simple. It must be said that the number of paramtre n'tait not standard and the number of silent FFECT of 30 factory and 30 user.

SOUND QUALITY

I especially used to things and chorus as well as "pan". The reverb also come though somewhat mtaliques prcdemment said.

OVERALL OPINION

I have 20 years. Obviously it has been proven. I still use it almost every systmatiquement mix.
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  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: SPX90 II
  • Category: Multi-Effects Processors
  • Added in our database on: 02/03/2009

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