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Yamaha MDF2

Sequencer from Yamaha .

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Yamaha MDF2Published on 04/16/05 at 18:55
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Midi In and Midi Out
No sounds. No styles. Simply edit via keypad whose work does save on MDF2
Simple: it records in real time you play the keyboard and returns in real time. But it has another aspect that I mentioned trs intrssant down.

UTILIZATION

Trs simple.
Easily accessible.
Excellent manual.

SOUNDS

The MDF provides no answer to these questions.

OVERALL OPINION

14 years and it still works.
Data loss statement format SEQ
No data loss statement format MDR.
Note: the option of MDF2 SEQ format and MDR. I would go back down.
Alpoque he was prohibitive.
Yes probably.
SEQ Format: This is record what you play as if you use a tape recorder. A restitution......
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Midi In and Midi Out
No sounds. No styles. Simply edit via keypad whose work does save on MDF2
Simple: it records in real time you play the keyboard and returns in real time. But it has another aspect that I mentioned trs intrssant down.

UTILIZATION

Trs simple.
Easily accessible.
Excellent manual.

SOUNDS

The MDF provides no answer to these questions.

OVERALL OPINION

14 years and it still works.
Data loss statement format SEQ
No data loss statement format MDR.
Note: the option of MDF2 SEQ format and MDR. I would go back down.
Alpoque he was prohibitive.
Yes probably.
SEQ Format: This is record what you play as if you use a tape recorder. A restitution sometimes there are errors and tempo selected sound at the beginning, but as the excuse as a cot: t is not his true calling and the other has opened the way sequencers that time.
Format MDR: this is his strong point. By the time the keyboards were not yet equipped for the floppy drive MDF2 can already copy the total configuration of the keyboard on a file in MDR. It enables you to have a backup of four essential parts of a keyboard, including: Rhythmic, sequencer on the keyboard, and sound pads. Thus there was no note all the settings on a piece of sheet to be able to find what we did on the keyboard.
I'm a fan of Yamaha since then l.
NB: I know think quecertains have died laughing reading MDR ... I still laugh maintenat I just noticed.
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  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: MDF2
  • Category: Sequencers
  • Added in our database on: 02/06/2003

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