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Yamaha MOTIF ES6
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Yamaha MOTIF ES6

Workstation from Yamaha belonging to the MOTIF series.

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sebastro11 sebastro11

«  too strong »

Published on 01/14/12 at 15:31
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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