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Yamaha EX7 61-Key Keyboard
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61 velocity-sensitive keys with aftertouch. 64-note polyphony. 256 preset programs, plus 256 user programs. Multiple synthesis methods include Advanc...Click To Read More About This Product
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Synthesizer/sampler/sequencer all in one great keyboard.
61 velocity-sensitive keys with aftertouch. 64-note polyphony. 256 preset programs, plus 256 user programs. Multiple synthesis methods include Advanced Wave Memory, Analog Physical Modeling, and Formulated Digital Sound Processing. Realtime control editing. Powerful 4-track arpeggiator with 50 presets and 50 user programmable. Built-in chorus and reverb plus insert effects. 16-track sequencer plus 8-track pattern sequencer. 3.5" disk drive. 2 outputs, headphone jack, breath controller jack, A/D input, and MIDI in/out/thru.
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An easy to understad once you have used it synth. Has FDSP, AWM< And AN synthesis. If you want a monster synth turn to the EX5. It has all this pliss much more.
We have owned one of these for about a year and are very pleased with it. Creating songs is a breeze. It is not for the faint of heart. This is a workstation and NOT A TOY. If you are serious and want the most for your money, this is the one!!!
I have had my EX7 for 3 months now. It is the 6th synth I have owned. I have not yet found one that does all that I want, but to this date, this one has offered the best sounds and features at an affordable price, for those of us who can't afford a $5000 new synth. There is a lot of control over the sound paramaters on this synth, with five knobs and 3 modulation controllers. I particularly love the arpeggio patterns and the feel of the keyboard.My grumble is the sequencer. The disk drive is too slow. For that reason, I will have to look into computer sequencing or splashing out on the Korg Triton classic. I have to admit though, the Yamaha EX7 has unique sounds that I would find hard to replace in other keyboards.If you like creating sound - especially dance music, this keyboard is great. It is also great for rock, but if you like realistic orchestral sounds such as violins, you won't find them on this machine. Compare the EX7 to the Korg Triton. They are very similar, and if you don't mind sacrificing a little speed in the sequencing department, this synth is a great value.