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Yamaha MOTIF6 61-Key Music Production Synthesizer
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The Yamaha Motif6 61-Key Music Production Synthesizer combines the best features of several recent Yamaha products in this all-in-one workstation to ...Click To Read More About This Product
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The ultimate groove production station.
The Yamaha Motif6 61-Key Music Production Synthesizer combines the best features of several recent Yamaha products in this all-in-one workstation to revolutionize your music making. It combines the world's most advanced synthesizer with a cutting-edge groove box, then adds an advanced sampler that integrates audio sampling and MIDI in a way never before achieved. Features include 61 keys with initial and after touch, an AWM2 tone generator, 62-note polyphony, sixteen-plus multitimbres, and effects including twelve reverbs, 25 choruses, and much more. Its sampler provides both analog and digital sampling, has 4MB of memory (expandable to 64), and allows 256 maximum waveforms of multisamples. Onboard sequencer has a 200,000-note capacity. Remote external sequencing can be provided via Cubase VST, Logic Audio, Pro Tools, and Cakewalk. Expandable via 3 slots for Modular Synthesis Plug-in boards, one slot for mLAN8E or AIEB, and 2 slots for 72-pin SIMMs. External memory can be provided by SmartMedia card or SCSI to ZIP (option), to HD (option), or CD-ROM (option). Controls include pitch-bend wheel, modulation wheel, master volume slider, assignable control slider, assignable knob, A/D input gain, and rotary encoder. Connections include left/mono, right 1/4" jacks, L/R assignable 1/4" output, 2 foot controller inputs, one footswitch input, one sustain pedal input, MIDI in/out/thru, A/D inputs (L/R, mic, line, stereo 1/4" jack), one breath controller input, stereo headphone output (1/4" jack), a SCSI connection, USB (MIDI 3 port), and optical (TOS-Link) digital out.
- 61 keys with initial and after touch
- AWM2 tone generator
- 62-note polyphony
- Sixteen-plus multitimbres
- Built-in sampler with 4MB of memory expandable to 64MB
- Onboard sampler with 200,000-note capacity
- Compatible with Cubase VST, Logic Audio, Pro Tools, and Cakewalk for external sequencing
- Complete panel of effects
- Controls include pitch-bend wheel, modulation wheel, master volume slider, assignable control slider, assignable knob, A/D input gain, and rotary encoder
Reviewed by 13 customers
User friendly!, could use some help in the sampling area as for processing samples, normalizing etc.CD-RW and 8 outputs would send it over the top.
My folks down in Sacramento introduced me to the motif6 and I had to have it, so I got it. I've owned the motif6 for a year now, and I think it's a great workstation but I'm kinda getting bored with it so I want to upgrade to a MotifES6. But out of all the keyboards on the market now, I'm gonna stay with the Yamaha Motif!!
This is the best synth I've ever played. It has everything you can want, for half the price of other[more over rated]boards.Not to mention the simplicity of working it......within ten minutes of having it I understood how to use almost everything except a few more advanced features....definetely worth the money no matter what you pla, music or instrumen.....it's really easy.
I've had this board for a couple of months now, and it has been simply blowing my mind. When compared to the Triton boards or some of the other workstations out there, I've found that the sequencer is probably the easiest to use on the market. It takes a little bit of time to really start enjoying the more advanced features, but it's a great board and you'll find it can do just about anything you can think up. I also recommend getting the vocal harmony board for it and some RAM for sampling to give yourself an awesome performance machine.
I bought the Motif about 3 yrs ago and its opened SO many doors for me. I've gigged with mines and tracked on it for albums. Believe me when I say this is a GREAT buy.
I finally got it and it has open many doors for me. With my motif I have been able to make music for weddings, partys, web sites, and so on and so on. It is the best thing I have invested in.
I don't actually own this item yet. I go to music stores just to play this keyboard, if a music store doesn't have this keyboard I am not even interested in playing any of them. I feel this keyboard has more features than anything I've ever used in my life. I have always known Yamaha to have the cleanest sounds of any company I've tried. Many companies are nice, but I've never seen anything as crisp as Yamaha, even on their cheaper models. This is one keyboard I feel they outdid themselves with. The ability to customize every sound is great. Another of my favorite features this has is that you can select a guitar sound and play guitar that actually SOUNDS like a guitar with string noises and everything just like your hands are sliding around on a guitar. It's amazing. I noticed the other reviews are for people that create rap and hip hop. I don't create that sort of music, although I can see how this would be a great asset in doing so, but it is also great for every style other than that that I can think of. It's a great all around keyboard. I crave it.
Excellent versatility ...for beginners or for a well seasoned musician.. a real gem..... sounds are incredible....just picked one up and was delivered yesterday.. I stayed up till 4 am playing..and still couldnt get enough...GREAT BUY
This was a great investment, it has everything that I need from a keyboard. The sequencer is what actually blew my mind. The sounds are also outstanding. The only drawback is that you can't search through the voices as you are playing a pattern. That should be changed, but other than that it's great. If you are low on cash and need an all in one fix, this would be it. The sequencer has enough power to get your jobs done, while the onboard sounds are more than enough to get you started. Even the drums are amazing. I Love It. And for the price, I'm sure you will be satisfied.
I played with the Motif a year ago and didn't want anything else. Compared to the Triton, the voice sounds and drum kits have much more variety and have a much more futuristic sound. The Motif has a more complicated sequencer and theres more button pushing then the Triton, but you have more control. I'd recommend it to anyone who needs lots of synths/drum kits.