DX-7 Blaze – free sound library from Yamaha

September 24, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 


Yamaha has launched DX-7 Blaze, a free sound library for the Beat Zampler//RX instrument.

Depeche Mode, Underworld, Brian Eno, Phil Collins, Front 242, Queen, Beastie Boys, Herbie Hancock & many more adored their DX7 keyboards. And now it’s up to you!

Get your own DX7 pianos, bells & basses for free and ready to play with the included Beat workstation Zampler//RX or other SFZ-compatible samplers.

The library is a free download at Yamaha’s Facebook page.

Yamaha Reface CS Review – Virtual Analog

September 19, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

In our look at the second synth in the range from Yamaha, we take a look at the Reface CS an 8 voice virtual analog with the AN1x engine at its core, but it does it have a certain something?

Yamaha DX7 vs ARPIE – MIDI Arpeggiator

August 29, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Giving the ancient synthesizer a new lease of life with the ARPIE from Jason Hotchkiss! Check out his other goodies here https://www.tindie.com/stores/hotchk155/

Synth Explorer DX7 is available here http://www.loopmasters.com/genres/81-…

Yamaha REFACE DX vs. the original DX7

July 29, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

muzykujkropkacom, puts the new Yamaha Reface DX mini synth, head-to-head against a vintage Yamaha DX-7.

Yamaha SY-77 – User Presets Demo

July 28, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

This is User Presets demo from Yamaha SY-77 (TG-77). Recorded directly from SY-77 stereo outputs, with internal effects, without any additional signal processing. Enjoy!

All these presets can be freely downloaded from the internet, but, I spent hours and hours (sometimes even days) collecting and edit the best of them to prepare a synth Bank for this demo video on YouTube.

You can buy now these 64 Presets in sysex/MidiFile format. Bank with 64 Presets cost only 6 Euros (via PayPal). Just send me an email to vukansto@gmail.com and after PayPal payment you will receive Sysex/Midi file in your inbox.

Yamaha SY-77 is a keyboard veriosn of TG-77 rack module.

SY-77 specifications:
AFM Tonne Generator (6 Operators, 45 Algorithms, 16 Waveforms, 2 Filters) + AWM2 Tone Generator (4 MB ROM samples)
64 RAM Presets (4 elements with 8 filters max: 2 AFM + 2 AWM2, 4 AFM, 4 AWM2…)
128 ROM Presets, 64 Card Presets)
DSP Effects
16 Part Multitimbral
16 AFM Poly + 16 AWM2 Poly
16 Track Sequencer

61 Keys with Velocity and Aftertouch
MIDI In/Out/Thru
4 Outs

The new Yamaha Reface CP vs Wurlitzer and Fender Rhodes

July 24, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Putting the new Yamaha Reface CP electric piano mini keyboard, head-to-head against a vintage Wurlitzer electric piano and a Fender Rhodes.

Yamaha Reface Perfomer Overview

July 16, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Danny from Yamaha demonstrates the new Reface keyboards and shares his perspective on using them in live performance.

Yamaha Reface DX – Summer NAMM 2015

July 11, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Digital Synthesizer Keyboard. A quick demo of Yamaha’s new Reface DX, based on iconic FM synths such as the ubiquitous DX7. This is one of three Yamaha keyboards in the Reface range.

Watch the Yamaha Reface keyboards in action. All 4 brand new keyboards in a Doctor Mix exclusive video, showing the actual prototypes being played live by our team.

More on the Reface keyboards: http://bit.ly/refaceUKsite

Closer look at Yamaha Reface YC – Summer NAMM 2015

July 10, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

reface YC reimagines the YC Yamaha Combo organs, introduced in the late 1960s and used by Pink Floyd, Tangerine Dream and others. The YC offers all the expression of drawbars, rotary speaker, percussion and effects. It includes five retro organ sounds—ranging from tonewheel to transistor to the original Yamaha Combo organ—and 128-note polyphony.

Check out Yamaha Reface CS at Summer NAMM 2015

July 10, 2015 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Yamaha has introduced the new reface Mobile Mini Keyboards, portable yet powerful sounding keyboards that descend from a distinguished pedigree.

reface CS rekindles the legacy of the CS-series Control Synthesizers, introduced in 1976 and played by Vangelis, Stevie Wonder and Michael Jackson, among others. Offering 8-note polyphony, reface CS uses virtual analog synth technology and five flexible oscillator modules to create a wide variety of complex sounds from analog to digital.

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