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Yamaha MC-200
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Yamaha MC-200

Organ from Yamaha belonging to the Electone series.

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Yamaha MC-200Published on 08/08/05 at 21:39
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
44 2 * keyboard notes without VLOC (top down one octave each DCAL), no aftertouch or VLOC
1 of 13 pdalier notes do do, pdalier low (without VLOC)
no possibillity noon (on my MIDI SERIES even appears on the mc 400), audio level
- RCA audio output
Big-jack headphone output
- Sustain pedals between CAR
- Wholesale line between a jack of espce pramp functional
* Sound bank that sets itself to non ditable diffrent controllers (keyboard 1 2 or pdalier)
(Lower key: string + bass + combi), (upperkey: string + ass + Brass + combined), each combination can be assign a sound bank lctone
* 3pipes organs
* 2cosmic brass
* Plover
* Flte pan
* Oboi
* Clarinet
* Flugel......
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44 2 * keyboard notes without VLOC (top down one octave each DCAL), no aftertouch or VLOC
1 of 13 pdalier notes do do, pdalier low (without VLOC)
no possibillity noon (on my MIDI SERIES even appears on the mc 400), audio level
- RCA audio output
Big-jack headphone output
- Sustain pedals between CAR
- Wholesale line between a jack of espce pramp functional
* Sound bank that sets itself to non ditable diffrent controllers (keyboard 1 2 or pdalier)
(Lower key: string + bass + combi), (upperkey: string + ass + Brass + combined), each combination can be assign a sound bank lctone
* 3pipes organs
* 2cosmic brass
* Plover
* Flte pan
* Oboi
* Clarinet
* Flugel harmonica
* 3 Cosmics
* Celesta
* Harp
* Marimba
* 4 guitars
* * Timpani clavinet
* 2cosmics
* Chimes
* Waves (filtered noise like a wave del Wed)
* Flute
* Trombone
* Piano
* Vibraphone
* Trumpet
* Vibraphone
* Saxophone
* Jazz guitar
* Harpsichord
The sounds are not assignable but ditables individual ability
allows the lower chord arpeggio, the custom special, combo and orchestra
upper provides custom and special combi orchestra
It's pretty spcial: no edition of the summons but parreil for pedals.

No constraints Polyphonic
CHARACTERISTICS priori trivial but is actually a simple synth Salon 1985 trs basic sounds that can possibly be exploited in computer music

UTILIZATION

Operation is simple, we play, we use the ventuellment finger chord mode which allows for agreements on the left hand (this mode provided a powerful trs of certain sounds)
There is no edition of the summons, but (at most two sounds not keyboards: the Manir a sampler)
The manual is clear: only the mode of registration of agreements on squence k7 trs remains obscure to me
In fact it is the lctone base in 1985, we say "general public"
In the era it seemed made for use via automatic accompaniment and BR intgre (in effect a song can play mode in real time, but hey ca worthless is ridiculous!)

SOUNDS

Sounds to me are because I am computer music branch, they serve me as a "base" that are processed by DIFFERENT vst, especially vocoder.
The sounds are not at all practitioner.
As said on PART ONE no expression (except via expression pedals CAR if you have one!)
Effects: tremolo and symphonic, let's give what I call "polyphonic"
Some power is spcial. A user with vibrato attack is configurable on each playing surface
Strings in keyboard sounds, harpsichors in keyboard, organ keyboard, pedal board in cosmic, are intrrssants in info by placing the music in between lctone and plugins (more or less futuristic) in effect
Rlle functionality of a MALG CHARACTERISTICS "ridiculous" via a sound card and a PC loaded plugins
But that can not be used by all the world.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a year
It is primarily a companion voice coding
This is my first synthbr /> it is worthless (max 100 euros)
Today I Rasht no doubt for the harmonic richness, (visible clearly on a spectrum viewer is even thundering synth for a few "rotten"), it makes my voice coding and other morphing.
But not good sr everyone can have a utility, I do not recommend it outside "of experience in music info: filtering, morphing, etc. synthse crosses" that can be dailleurs couraging via VSTis.
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  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: MC-200
  • Series: Electone
  • Category: Organs
  • Added in our database on: 07/12/2014

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