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Yamaha MO6

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stompboxjonstompboxjon

good

Yamaha MO6Published on 06/12/12 at 22:39
Though I don’t own the MO6 anymore I still remember all of the cool songs that I made when I had it. The MO6 by Yamaha is extremely easy to use, really no navigation skills are needed because all of the butons are labeled and its pretty self explanatory. The MO 6 has just 61 keys and I chose this one over the bigger board because it was cheaper. The price of the MO6 now is still pretty high brand new and even used they are still expensive. I don’t understand why they are still so expensive considering the fact that Yamaha has released so many other workstations since this one so you would think they would come down on the price some. But they don’t and that’s why it jus sits on the...…
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Though I don’t own the MO6 anymore I still remember all of the cool songs that I made when I had it. The MO6 by Yamaha is extremely easy to use, really no navigation skills are needed because all of the butons are labeled and its pretty self explanatory. The MO 6 has just 61 keys and I chose this one over the bigger board because it was cheaper. The price of the MO6 now is still pretty high brand new and even used they are still expensive. I don’t understand why they are still so expensive considering the fact that Yamaha has released so many other workstations since this one so you would think they would come down on the price some. But they don’t and that’s why it jus sits on the shelves at local stores because for the price of this you mine as well dump out a few hundred more and get the MOTIF XS board used and its way better and more advanced than the MO line by Yamaha is.


UTILIZATION

Set up is easy, configuration was simple. No need for a manual if you understand basics of workstations. It only took me about 1 hour or so to really understand all of the functions of the MO6 so I never needed to even take the manual out of the plastic. Using effects are simple and they also have some pretty good ones though. I never really used the MO6 to sequence with though, I guess you could say I just got it for the sounds.


SOUNDS

Sounds are good, love the brass and some of the pads


OVERALL OPINION

Overall, don’t get this unless you get it at a really good price, if you have to save up and just get the motif xs61. It will be way better than the MO6 will ever be.
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FP UserFP User

Yamaha MO6Published on 10/31/08 at 16:00
Lots of good sounds BUT no sampleling. So i Cant add my own drums.

Price paid

$1.199 USD

UTILIZATION

When i first used a Motif i couldnt get the seqeuncer to work for nothing but i guess i just didnt have enought time. It's quite easy to use. cant find out how to do bass slide in pattern mode yet though.

Brand New and i hope i never have a problem with this product

SOUNDS

Its a Motif so you know the sound quality is tight. No noise like you hear in most of storch's tracks though.

OVERALL OPINION

I love this thing to death but i still use it with fl studio.

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: NUmberonerapper0 ( 2-, 2006)…
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Lots of good sounds BUT no sampleling. So i Cant add my own drums.

Price paid

$1.199 USD

UTILIZATION

When i first used a Motif i couldnt get the seqeuncer to work for nothing but i guess i just didnt have enought time. It's quite easy to use. cant find out how to do bass slide in pattern mode yet though.

Brand New and i hope i never have a problem with this product

SOUNDS

Its a Motif so you know the sound quality is tight. No noise like you hear in most of storch's tracks though.

OVERALL OPINION

I love this thing to death but i still use it with fl studio.

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: NUmberonerapper0 ( 2-, 2006)
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x50x50

This is what I falait!

Yamaha MO6Published on 03/16/12 at 00:28
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
see yamaha!

UTILIZATION

config tough enough to take control. manual needed. (For me anyway). editing not yet used.

SOUNDS

sounds: this is why I chose. this is fine and clear. it returned alone in a mix. I also have a korg that I like but it is also much more present and bold. the next workstation is complete but it does not interest me too.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had a year to replace a Roland XV5050 + master keyboard. for me it's better. best sounds, months of stuff to carry around, so I do it again this choice, in addition to it still look robust. …
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see yamaha!

UTILIZATION

config tough enough to take control. manual needed. (For me anyway). editing not yet used.

SOUNDS

sounds: this is why I chose. this is fine and clear. it returned alone in a mix. I also have a korg that I like but it is also much more present and bold. the next workstation is complete but it does not interest me too.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had a year to replace a Roland XV5050 + master keyboard. for me it's better. best sounds, months of stuff to carry around, so I do it again this choice, in addition to it still look robust.
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yoyotteyoyotte

very good machine

Yamaha MO6Published on 12/07/11 at 10:34
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I'm not a keyboardist. I was looking for a machine that would allow me to complete my songs with instruments by passages that I have not, and soundscapes different ......
result on the back! And without making any changes in the sounds on offer.
The most beautiful sounds are pianos, strings (violin, cello ...) and the flute is beautiful! and all the electronic sounds of all kinds are mind-blowing.

Here is a piece done only with the MO6 (except battery): it is called "Hybrid Electro Box" by listening and download at:

http://www.hsbox.fr

UTILIZATION

quite complicated to understand the settings but I did not even open the manual .... bad student. on the other hand is very...…
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I'm not a keyboardist. I was looking for a machine that would allow me to complete my songs with instruments by passages that I have not, and soundscapes different ......
result on the back! And without making any changes in the sounds on offer.
The most beautiful sounds are pianos, strings (violin, cello ...) and the flute is beautiful! and all the electronic sounds of all kinds are mind-blowing.

Here is a piece done only with the MO6 (except battery): it is called "Hybrid Electro Box" by listening and download at:

http://www.hsbox.fr

UTILIZATION

quite complicated to understand the settings but I did not even open the manual .... bad student. on the other hand is very simple to carry around in the huge bank of sounds

SOUNDS

terrible. connected to the monitor speakers good it takes by the throat!

OVERALL OPINION

very satisfied. it does more than what I asked.
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  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: MO6
  • Category: Workstations
  • Added in our database on: 11/08/2005

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