Yamaha PSR-D1 Reviews
Product Type: Yamaha keyboards and synthesizers
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Customer Yamaha PSR-D1 Reviews (3)
by - written on 09/06/01, updated on 09/06/01 (Very useful, 3689 readings)
The Yamaha DJX So what is this exactly? It’s the first of Yamaha’s new keyboards aimed specifically at creating dance music. As opposed to the PSR series which had voices and patterns that were more general, this keyboard has Synth and Bass Voices, special drum kits and sound effects. In all, it has 155 voices, plus the general midi set. You can also use a sampled sound as another voice, and the keyboard can record this for 6-8 seconds. What can I do with it? All kinds of things! The keyboard had midi compatibility and can be used with popular sequencers such as Cakewalk, Cubase and Logic. This creates a powerful system, combining ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/08/00, updated on 03/08/00 (Very useful, 1476 readings)
If you're new to keyboards and making electronic music or not, the Yamaha DJX is an excellent value keyboard. For round about £200 you get a decent machine with an excellent range of sounds. It has lots of pre-programmed tunes and drum patterns and you can turn on and off various elements of each pattern as it plays to create youyr own "mix". While this is fun for a while, the novelty of this soon wears off..and it is now that the keyboard's strenghts really come out. Plug this beauty into the back of PC with a sound card. Fire up a sequencer like Cakewalk or Cubase and you've just entered the realm of professional ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/06/00, updated on 14/11/03
The Yamaha DJX is a nifty wee thing, with loads of buttons to press and switches to push. If you fance yourself as a Dance DJ mixer or composer, but don't have the computers or knowhow to do it, then this is a great place to start. There are 283 voices on this machine, which are good quality. It's basically an advanced keyboard. My favourites are the Seashore and Applause voices. There are also a set of sampled voiced like "Oh Baby!" "yeah" etc. The keyboard is midi compatible - I've only used it with cakewalk, but it was really easy to set up and use. There are loop and effects controls, a microphone ... Read the complete review
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