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Workstation from Yamaha belonging to the MOTIF series.

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  • too strong

    Yamaha MOTIF ES6Published on 01/14/12 at 15:31
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    a sacred tools !! the must see descriptifa ports for plug it can add 1 DX7 1 LV1 a harmonizer card !!

    USE

    it must yamaha manual! the screen is cluttered with many pages has information turns rmais effects is easily programmed, it takes time to tame this worstation a real bemmol complicated sampling has manage what horror ... ....... the Pattern mode is too awesome to mount a piece quickly intregrations plug cards in a voice or perf is easily the arpeggiator covers music style ......... .dropoff window

    SOUNDS

    wow! terrible! the piano sounds, elec piano, acoustic elec guitars, bass, strings, drum kits !!! .......... nothing to throw short !!

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    a keyboard that......
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    a sacred tools !! the must see descriptifa ports for plug it can add 1 DX7 1 LV1 a harmonizer card !!

    USE

    it must yamaha manual! the screen is cluttered with many pages has information turns rmais effects is easily programmed, it takes time to tame this worstation a real bemmol complicated sampling has manage what horror ... ....... the Pattern mode is too awesome to mount a piece quickly intregrations plug cards in a voice or perf is easily the arpeggiator covers music style ......... .dropoff window

    SOUNDS

    wow! terrible! the piano sounds, elec piano, acoustic elec guitars, bass, strings, drum kits !!! .......... nothing to throw short !!

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    a keyboard that can be enough to be alone !! exellent machine that is today price !! the flat-visual sampling the part that is very complicated to manage, but after a bomb was alone
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  • the exelence above all.

    Yamaha MOTIF ES6Published on 01/02/12 at 02:09
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    SEE SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE SITE WILL BE COMPLETE PLUS YAMAHA. BUT KNOW THAT EVEN HAVE ANY TECHNOLOGY EXCEPTIONAL AND I WANT GOOD COURAGE TO ITS
    Conccurents.

    USE

    CONFIGURATION IS A PICTURE OF THE YAMAHA INNOVATRICE.JE HAS RECENTLY
    I DEFINITELY GOING BACK ON THIS MANUAL SUJET.LE ME SEEMS CLEAR BUT I ONLY FOLLOWING ME SEEMS TO START WELL DONE CA NEVERTHELESS.


    SONORITS

    VOILA! This IS WHY I WANTED TO GIVE ABSOLUTELY MY OPINION I WILL EXPLAIN?
    I HAVE STARTED WITH DX7 AND ROLAND W30 SINCE I HAVE TESTED DOZENS OF SYNTHES
    I HAVE PUT IN ARRANGERS TYPE SY 85 E09 GW7 TYROS PSR BRIEF HISTORY OF EXCEPT KORG
    TASTE I HEARD REALISTIC SOUNDS OR NO GOOD TO POOR.
    THIS SITE OFTEN......
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    SEE SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE SITE WILL BE COMPLETE PLUS YAMAHA. BUT KNOW THAT EVEN HAVE ANY TECHNOLOGY EXCEPTIONAL AND I WANT GOOD COURAGE TO ITS
    Conccurents.

    USE

    CONFIGURATION IS A PICTURE OF THE YAMAHA INNOVATRICE.JE HAS RECENTLY
    I DEFINITELY GOING BACK ON THIS MANUAL SUJET.LE ME SEEMS CLEAR BUT I ONLY FOLLOWING ME SEEMS TO START WELL DONE CA NEVERTHELESS.


    SONORITS

    VOILA! This IS WHY I WANTED TO GIVE ABSOLUTELY MY OPINION I WILL EXPLAIN?
    I HAVE STARTED WITH DX7 AND ROLAND W30 SINCE I HAVE TESTED DOZENS OF SYNTHES
    I HAVE PUT IN ARRANGERS TYPE SY 85 E09 GW7 TYROS PSR BRIEF HISTORY OF EXCEPT KORG
    TASTE I HEARD REALISTIC SOUNDS OR NO GOOD TO POOR.
    THIS SITE OFTEN HELP ME TO MY CHOICE NOTHING WORTH IT ME USERS
    THIS SEEMS TO HAVE MY OPINION.
    I TEST SO THIS YAMAHA MOTIF ES6 AND THIS IS THE REVELATION AFTER ALL BE A LOT disappointments REASONS FOR THE KEYBOARD sonoritées NOTHING USED CAR
    800 IF YOU HAVE SONS ARE ACCEPTABLE 10% I CURRENTLY HAVE ROLAND JV 2080
    2500 WITH PATCHES LOOP EXPANSION CARDS 8 FULL OPTIONS AS THEY SAY BEN
    SS6 FRANCHEMENT AFTER ALL I RESELLS.
    IT IS THE COUNCIL Verily I EXEPTIONNEL EXELENT NOTHING TO DISCARD THE KEYBOARD IS
    SEMI TRUCK AND ANSWERS IMMEDIATELY BUCKLES ARE NOT THE DEMONSTRATION
    AS THE TYROS CA CA SONNE PRO AND GIVES BOSSER DESIRE AND IS FUN !!!!
    SOUNDS ARE AN AMAZING REALISM AWAY FROM MEGA VOICES OR OTHERWISE.
    PATERNS ARE TO FALL SHORT WHAT I HATE ANYTHING !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    NOTICE GLOBAL

    As I said I USED SINCE THE LITTLE SO I ALSO GOING BACK ON THIS SUBJECT.
    PRICE pales SEEN ME THE QUALITY OF WHAT I HAVE TESTED OR HEAR.
    I HAVE BOUGHT USED 600 EUROS AND TAKEN OUT LIKE NEW 2300 EUROS I BELIEVE.
    This choice I would NOT HESITATE REASON IS SIMPLE I HAVE INVESTED IN 2000 EUROS
    IN MACHINES WERE SAYING THAT IS ATOMIC BOMB AND FRO !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    BUY YOU WILL SEE BYE.
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  • Love it despite some latency

    Yamaha MOTIF ES6Published on 07/27/14 at 18:18
    Yamaha workstation, 61 keys, purchased 2 additional sound cards. See product descriptions with lots of details elsewhere.


    UTILIZATION

    For getting around the keyboard and doing the basic stuff for recording and performing, editing on this level is simple ONCE you've gotten accustomed to it. The manual gets a "C" grade from me. I've found more helpful info at YouTube - thanks for all who have posted on the ES there.

    SOUNDS

    Great sounds, expressiveness and touch sensitivity are excellent for a non-weighted keyed. Effects are all very good as well, and easy to edit from the top-left side of the unit. Acoustic piano and electric piano programs are among the very best IMHO -- I sold my......
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    Yamaha workstation, 61 keys, purchased 2 additional sound cards. See product descriptions with lots of details elsewhere.


    UTILIZATION

    For getting around the keyboard and doing the basic stuff for recording and performing, editing on this level is simple ONCE you've gotten accustomed to it. The manual gets a "C" grade from me. I've found more helpful info at YouTube - thanks for all who have posted on the ES there.

    SOUNDS

    Great sounds, expressiveness and touch sensitivity are excellent for a non-weighted keyed. Effects are all very good as well, and easy to edit from the top-left side of the unit. Acoustic piano and electric piano programs are among the very best IMHO -- I sold my Rhodes. Electric guitars (esp. Mega-Voice ones) and strings are also killer, as well as its organ programs. BTW, if you really want killer organs, use Performance Mode and program the 4 channels to different organs of your choice, and be able to use your 4 sliders to customize and edit your overall organ output/sound with these 4 sliders, and/or fade between different types of organ programs/sounds in any given song. Motif, hands down, produces the phattest and warmest/richest sounds around -- they kill my Korg Krome, which sounds very thin in comparison. Dynamic range is also excellent. While playing the grand piano, you can really hear the difference when playing FFF vs. ppp.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The 2 complaints I have about the ES are these: 1) when in Performance Mode and using all 4 voices and their effects, you can easily get some latency during a performance. I've got to experiment a bit to see how to minimize this; it'll likely require me to reduce the no. of effects associated with each of the 4 programs that I load into each Performance. 2) When switching between Performances, you may have to "clear" the volume settings for one or more of your 4 voices in this mode; which, requires you to slide the faders all the way to the top, then bottom (or visa versa). Otherwise, some voices won't be active. This was and remains a little frustrating; having to make sure that I do this little procedure every time I switch between Performances. I've not ever used the sampler, so I have nothing to say about that. There's a YouTube video posted that is a sped-up time lapse video of a guy really digging deep into modifying some sounds in the ES. It is worth checking this out, if only to realize how deep you can dig, and how much of an exercise this is/can be. I've play-tested the XS and XF, but truthfully, neither seems that much better than the ES in terms of overall sound quality. Yes, loading programs into the unit is much faster with these newer versions, but other than that, I've not had enough reason to sell my ES and opt for an XS or XF. Go to YouTube, and a bunch of guys tell you why you should switch/update to an XF, but they're much more expensive than the ES was, and I'm quite happy with my ES.
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  • I MADE THE CON!

    Yamaha MOTIF ES6Published on 10/26/13 at 18:42
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    For the characteristics I leave you to read the reviews and see datasheet

    Aesthetically I saw it every time in the studio ... It looked like a war machine! And its design reflects the machine ... it's a real beast. In terms of features it is quite full for a machine of the 2000s.

    UTILIZATION

    At the use of Motif ES6 for those who start I recommend to help you with tutorials available on fan sites the reason for the record and a real textbook. That said, there leaning a little one can see that in fact the design is very well thought out. The work parterns and sequencing keys is really a over sequencers Korg example. and even if there is no touch screen everything is simplified and......
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    For the characteristics I leave you to read the reviews and see datasheet

    Aesthetically I saw it every time in the studio ... It looked like a war machine! And its design reflects the machine ... it's a real beast. In terms of features it is quite full for a machine of the 2000s.

    UTILIZATION

    At the use of Motif ES6 for those who start I recommend to help you with tutorials available on fan sites the reason for the record and a real textbook. That said, there leaning a little one can see that in fact the design is very well thought out. The work parterns and sequencing keys is really a over sequencers Korg example. and even if there is no touch screen everything is simplified and accurate especially especially when its built piece by loops.
    For memory there has what it takes to work, however it is volatile

    Editing sounds and effects requires some adaptation, software for editing pattern on his PC is full ... I advise you to go through it and save it all in the pattern.

    SOUNDS

    Move to serious things ... sounds:
    Love it or dislikes they are of very high quality, varied, drum kits its really not bad. I think all those who have or have had patterns will tell you that the effects are terrible and arpeggios and even when their compositions of samples are blind, there is always a certain harmony and few saturations. One can search by category and sounds there is plenty to do and all styles of music "connected" not to the tea dance with all the respect I have for this discipline. I even recommend the RE-order for all those who are hip hop Rnb for example, a famous scott storch did not use it for anything!
    Go if I want to quibble I would say that pianos are not the best but can add an optional card, the only interesting way, can fix it even if I have subsequently bought a digital piano because not means to the Motif ES8.
    Finally touch is precise and pleasant ... not like semi-weighted keys that is rotten to the 61 keys now.

    OVERALL OPINION

    as you can read in the title I made the CON! I actually need to have a digital piano 88 keys piano hit and I sold (oh the crime!), That's for anecdote! In my defense I would say it was a mistake of youth, inexperience.
    Since I tested quite worstation, Korg Trinity, Triton, M5O, M3, MOX6 (which is a pattern less) or core KROME, I have not tested the series of Roland G6, 7 which are some rare and expensive yet even Cygnus, GI juno Camelott it's a little short ... all that to say that when we want a first workstation to make good sound, that too in tune ... to have a little experience and perspective there is no reference 36 is looking for a Triton extreme or rather we take a pattern MO, ES, XF ... from 400th can find happiness.

    AND IF ONE DAY ... You wake up and want to sell it .. "smack your head" in a story wall that it passes ... and complete the rather with another bike ... and for those who don ' have no place will see the opinions of the MOTIF RACK ES and XF ... well today I save a little to buy a Motif ES6 or an XF ...
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  • EXCELLENT keyboard.

    Yamaha MOTIF ES6Published on 01/31/12 at 06:33
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    PASS ME THE DETAILS ABOUT THE FEATURES.
    I DO NOT WORK TO computer music.
    SYNTHE IS A LINE IN THE DX7 IS AS GOOD WINE older he
    The better. It will probably be in 20 years A SEARCH FOR VERY SYNTHE
    ITS EXCELLENT PERFORMANCES ARE incalculable.
    AH YES IT IS AND THERE ARE POLYPHONIC EFFECTS, AND ALL STYLES WILL IT WELL.
    A FAVORITE FOR BRASS AND GUITARS BUT EVERYTHING IS génialissime.

    UTILIZATION

    I read somewhere that in 5 years MUSICIAN still discovering new things.
    THEN ME IN A FEW WEEKS ............................

    SOUNDS

    Yeah ALL IS WELL WILL NOT be serious. THE KEYBOARD IS NOT HEAVY SEMI LESTE
    But very nice.
    The sounds are wonderful and not much to THROW very rare......
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    PASS ME THE DETAILS ABOUT THE FEATURES.
    I DO NOT WORK TO computer music.
    SYNTHE IS A LINE IN THE DX7 IS AS GOOD WINE older he
    The better. It will probably be in 20 years A SEARCH FOR VERY SYNTHE
    ITS EXCELLENT PERFORMANCES ARE incalculable.
    AH YES IT IS AND THERE ARE POLYPHONIC EFFECTS, AND ALL STYLES WILL IT WELL.
    A FAVORITE FOR BRASS AND GUITARS BUT EVERYTHING IS génialissime.

    UTILIZATION

    I read somewhere that in 5 years MUSICIAN still discovering new things.
    THEN ME IN A FEW WEEKS ............................

    SOUNDS

    Yeah ALL IS WELL WILL NOT be serious. THE KEYBOARD IS NOT HEAVY SEMI LESTE
    But very nice.
    The sounds are wonderful and not much to THROW very rare for this type of keyboard.
    SO PRO KEYBOARD FOR MUSICIAN AND NON-COMMERCIAL CA CHANGE OF PSR.
    ONLY FOR FLAT CARD OPTION A 2000.00 euros more than it's a shame
    ADD 300.00 STILL THE MAP TO THE EXTENSION.
    To get a BOFF! BUY JUST FOR FUN.
    HOWEVER THE REASON IS HELL AND PERFORMANCE INCLUDED IN THE PRICE OF
    SYNTHE MORE.

    OVERALL OPINION

    A FEW WEEKS.
    THIS CHOICE I would do for sure. FROM DX7 from Yamaha is really a good surprise MOTIF ES6 EC.
    AND HAND IT IS A MATTER !!!!!!!!!!
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  • too strong

    Yamaha MOTIF ES6Published on 01/14/12 at 15:26
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    quite a tool! see description! Must the ports for plugs can be to add a DX7 card VL1 a harmonizer!

    UTILIZATION

    yamaha it must be the record! the screen is cluttered with a lot of news pages has turned rmais effects can be programmed easily, it takes time to tame this worstation real bemmol the sampling difficult to manage the horror ... ....... mode patterns is too great to get a piece of integration it quickly plug in voice cards or perf is easily the arpeggiator covers all styles of music ......... .

    SOUNDS

    wow! terrible! the sounds of pianos, piano elec, elec guitars acoustic bass, strings, drum kits !!!.......... a short throw anything!

    OVERALL OPINION

    a keyboard that can......
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    quite a tool! see description! Must the ports for plugs can be to add a DX7 card VL1 a harmonizer!

    UTILIZATION

    yamaha it must be the record! the screen is cluttered with a lot of news pages has turned rmais effects can be programmed easily, it takes time to tame this worstation real bemmol the sampling difficult to manage the horror ... ....... mode patterns is too great to get a piece of integration it quickly plug in voice cards or perf is easily the arpeggiator covers all styles of music ......... .

    SOUNDS

    wow! terrible! the sounds of pianos, piano elec, elec guitars acoustic bass, strings, drum kits !!!.......... a short throw anything!

    OVERALL OPINION

    a keyboard that can be sufficient unto itself! exellent machine which is now a price! Suel the flat portion sampling is very complicated to manage, but after a bomb has single-handedly
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  • Very good sounds

    Yamaha MOTIF ES6Published on 11/27/11 at 22:35
    Yamaha really created a good product with the Motif ES6 , I think it's pretty user-friendly and you can literally spend days on trying to figure out all of it features because there's too many to mess with. You can change waveforms, add just about any effect to your sound, create scores, and make entire compositions. This instrument doesn't really need expansion boards unless you really need a specific sound that this workstation doesn't have.


    UTILIZATION

    I found this workstation to be quite user-friendly. I had a lot of it figured out on the second day of messing with it. If the screen was just a little bigger then the Motif would be really off the chain! I usually need help from......
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    Yamaha really created a good product with the Motif ES6 , I think it's pretty user-friendly and you can literally spend days on trying to figure out all of it features because there's too many to mess with. You can change waveforms, add just about any effect to your sound, create scores, and make entire compositions. This instrument doesn't really need expansion boards unless you really need a specific sound that this workstation doesn't have.


    UTILIZATION

    I found this workstation to be quite user-friendly. I had a lot of it figured out on the second day of messing with it. If the screen was just a little bigger then the Motif would be really off the chain! I usually need help from somebody to show me how to work things like this but I happened to figure it out on my own. Even my friend who owns a Korg Triton Pro-Workstation enjoys playing my Motif over his Korg any day.

    No problems yet with this workstation. It never leaves my studio and is never in any harms way. Damn, I paid nearly 2 G's for this thing. It is well taken care of. The quality of the manufacturing is pretty good, you can feel the quality of texture of the keys when you place your fingers on them.


    SOUNDS

    The sound quality on the ES is truly top quality! It beats any other synthesizer on the market today. With over 1,000 sounds built-in, there is no need for samples! What I personally liked were the strings and brass on the ES. They are incredibly real and are not ; meaning they have many effects. For example, acoustic guitars are programmed such that when you hit the key on the keyboard, it's like hitting the actual string on the guitar, sensitivity matters! Another thing about the ES is the 64 built-in drum kits. They contain everything from Hip Hop, R&B, Rock, Belly Dancing to Garage kits.


    OVERALL OPINION

    The ES is built tough. The exterior is very durable and somewhat scratch-resistant. The keys are high quality, as with other Yamaha's I've used. One drawback is the ; of the ES gets dirty and smudgy with simple day-to-day use.
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  • Yamaha MOTIF ES6Published on 11/17/03 at 07:29
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I can not recite all CHARACTERISTICS, so there are a. As to the essential:
    -175Mo of samples in ROM
    -Stokage: smartmedia, USB 1.1 priph but ...
    -Up to 1GB of PC133 RAM (I 2 * 512MB) standards (and yes, the memory of veteran keyboardist I do not know a single sampler hard going beyond the linear array in 512 standard)
    Arpgiateur ultra-
    - 8 insert effects + reverb and chorus (never sounds "thin" and mix in your squence)
    Sound -1024 base + 65 drum kits
    Intgration-technology "Keyboard Mega Voice" found on the Tyros (bass, and guitars, is to fall under the ground ...)
    -Comes with a 170Mb CD-ROM sound samples, including three layers of the S90 piano, saxophone and sounds of......
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    I can not recite all CHARACTERISTICS, so there are a. As to the essential:
    -175Mo of samples in ROM
    -Stokage: smartmedia, USB 1.1 priph but ...
    -Up to 1GB of PC133 RAM (I 2 * 512MB) standards (and yes, the memory of veteran keyboardist I do not know a single sampler hard going beyond the linear array in 512 standard)
    Arpgiateur ultra-
    - 8 insert effects + reverb and chorus (never sounds "thin" and mix in your squence)
    Sound -1024 base + 65 drum kits
    Intgration-technology "Keyboard Mega Voice" found on the Tyros (bass, and guitars, is to fall under the ground ...)
    -Comes with a 170Mb CD-ROM sound samples, including three layers of the S90 piano, saxophone and sounds of wood and drum loops.
    The part-squenceur can grate up 226,000 notes on 16 tracks, with features like Rehearsal Rec mode.
    -Mode remote to control or SONAR or CUBASE SX LOGIC from the MOTIF

    In short, I have long hesitated to put a euro in a keyboard gnraliste since my ... Yamaha SY77, but l. .. I broke my piggy bank.

    UTILIZATION

    For hackers and regulars of the brand, it is not complicated.
    By trs cons may stepfather complex for the novice or for anyone who's used other Systmes such as Korg TRITON. But After a few hours (days?) Uses the come back alone.

    The edition of his ... for now they seem original dj HUGE, not yet had time to edit, but with 4 lments by voice, it's enough to make a good sound with your favorite samples .

    The manual seems a little unreasonable because it n'accde not easily what you want to search. But hey, I have not taken the time to read intgralit.

    That's why I give it 9.

    SOUNDS

    I am not at all a fan of the brand, as one might think. My Yamaha SY77 ft one of my first keyboard that I kept because I matrise 200%. For I never AIM against the sound yamaha ... until today. Therefore, I have a prfr and KORG KURZWEIL PC2R NS5R.

    But having made the rounds, respectively, what is the best at the moment: KORG TRITON STUDIO, ROLAND FANTOM-S, KURZWEIL K2600, the MOTIF ES is my opinion the most versatile and well led. Fan of acoustic sounds, mainly jazz (trad and modern) as well as hip hop, soul, RnB and drive, the MOTIF ES best matches my expectations.

    Only the K2600 is lgrement above the noise level and effects (KDFX), but for the price and features, there is no photo.

    The keyboard is a gal for him even 61 keys (I find it better than on TRITON although some say it's the same manufacturer)

    I love all the sounds except possibly be the saxes, which I find a little too chouilla-synthetic, but the chantionneur is to fill the PB.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I is true that for two weeks, but I waited 12 years and decide what to buy a new keyboard APRS have tried everything in the area:
    KORG (M1, 01, Trinity, Karma, Triton)
    KURZWEIL (K2000, K2500, K2600)
    ROLAND (SERIES JV, XV, XP80, Fantom-s)
    YAMAHA (QS300, W5, EX7, MOTIF classic).

    The report is qualitprix qu'intressant. While waiting for the Kurzweil K2661, I could not resist the MOTIF ES6.

    Day I would put this notice in a few weeks when I could make better use of this machine.
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  • Yamaha MOTIF ES6Published on 01/16/04 at 00:23
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    61 ratings, sequencer / sampler.

    UTILIZATION

    Already accustomed to through the yamaha rs 7000, everything seemed to me quite simple even though the manual is always in the direction of clart.L 'edition of the sounds is easy.

    SOUNDS

    Super vaste.LEs sounds are beautiful at the base, the game allows synthesis of fun.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Better than triton.Je remains loyal to yamaha.
  • Yamaha MOTIF ES6Published on 01/16/04 at 00:24
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    61 ratings, sequencer / sampler.

    UTILIZATION

    Already accustomed to through the yamaha rs 7000, everything seemed to me quite simple even though the manual is always in the direction of clart.L 'edition of the sounds is easy.

    SOUNDS

    Super vaste.LEs sounds are beautiful at the base, the game allows synthesis of fun.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Better than triton.Je remains loyal to yamaha.
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