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conchin24/08/2011

L'avis de conchin"Très bon synthétiseur, parfait"

Yamaha MOX8
C'est un clavier de type synthétiseur à 7 octaves, c'est à dire un synthétiseur à 88 touches.
Le touché n'est pas encore un vrai touché piano mais il s'en rapproche véritablement et surtout, il y a énormément de possibilité dans le ventre de cette bête.
On peut y connecté une pédale de sustain, de volume, brancher en midi, un micro, un cable USB est fourni avec afin de le brancher sur Mac/PC
Pour ce qui est des sons, il en possèdes énormément, cela passe par les sons de guitare, de bass aux sons violons et piano qui sont d'ailleur extrèmement bien reproduit (comparaisons par rapport à mon clavia nord stage 2, le sons piano est pratiquement identique avec de bêtes studio moniteur berhinger).
Avec une polyphonie de 64 notes et donc une immense possibilité pour créé ses propres sons.

UTILISATION

Le manuel est très simple et clairement expliqué. L'édition des sont est également très simple grace aux différents programmes fourni avec comme Cubase AI.

SONORITÉS

Pour un style de musique comme le mien, c'est à dire pop rock, rock, métal, il est très très bon et je le recommande. il obtient pour ma part une très bonne note en ce qui concerne les sons d'orgues qui peuvent être utilisé sur un clavier a touché léger via le midi. L'expression des sons pianos est excellent comparer a des synthés comme le fait si bien Roland et ils sont très réaliste. Les effets présent sont a porté de main et facilement modulable.

AVIS GLOBAL

Je l'ai depuis moins d'un moi mais déjà conquis par ses capacités et je me réjoui de faire mon prochain concert en sa présence.

J'ai notamment essayé le kurzweil pc le3 ou encore le triton de chez korg mais c'est encore celui ci que je préfère.

La particularité que j'aime le plus est la capacité a modulé comme on veut les différents sons.

Celui que j'aime le moins, c'est son poid mais c'est quand même un 88 touches a toucher lourd. (14 KG)
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sw8031/01/2013

L'avis de sw80(contenu en anglais)"A great buy for a first time workstation user"

Yamaha MOX8
A studio that I go to frequently has the MOX8 there for us to work with. I always enjoy working with it though I would never go out and purchase it because of all of the boards that I have at home that are similar or better. The MOX8 was one of those workstations that I didn’t even have to see a manual to know how to work it because most all of the Yamaha’s boards are very similar with the way that they work and operate. So if you have used one of them you have pretty much used them all.

UTILIZATION

Using the MOX8 is not as complex as my Motif board at home, but the functionality of it is pretty much identical. All of the menus and options are pretty much the same and the general layout is the same, even the pitch and mod wheel feel the same. You will not need a manual to work with this workstation and it can easily be synched up with your DAW to be used as a VST.

SOUNDS

The keys are touch sensitive and feel really good. The sounds are very good, especially the arps, I love the arps plus there are over 6 thousand different patterns that you can arp with which is more than any other board I think that I have ever used. Getting this full 88 key workstation to work with your PC or Mac is also very simple. I have used it on a Mac computer at the studio before and it was really easy to work with it as a VST.

OVERALL OPINION

Sequencing on this workstation is also pretty simple though I would not choose to use its sequencing because I think that using it in Logic was so much better. For the price, to get a full 88 key workstation with a ton of arps is a steal and a must have. If I didn’t already have so many similar boards I would purchase this one to keep at home!
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mrjason01/11/2012

L'avis de mrjason(contenu en anglais)"1 of the best"

Yamaha MOX8
The Yamaha MOX8 is a hammer action synth that has 88 keys. This is one of the best user friendly synth workstations that I have used. It has a built in interface with 4 in and 2 out inputs. There are over 6 thousand arpeggiator pattern presets on the Yamaha MOX8. It is very easy to find the sound that you are looking for on the Yamaha MOX8 because it has a category search option. Every since I have been using the Yamaha MOX8 I have noticed a spark in my creativity because this keyboard gives you so many options to control your sound. The Yamaha MOX8 has let me get the ideas that are in my head out easily.

UTILIZATION

Editing your sounds is simple, as long as you understand how to use the functions of the Yamaha MOX8. It could take you some time before you have a full grasp on how this keyboard operates. Understanding all of its functions and “tricks” don’t come quick, but once you got them down they will stick with you forever. All of the MO line of keyboard synths from Yamaha has pretty much the same set up so if you can work this keyboard you can work them all.

SOUNDS

The sounds are amazing, all of the synths and brass are perfect. I have only found a few sounds on this keyboard that I didn’t like too much and most of them are basses. The bass is where I think Roland beats out Yamaha keyboard synths.

OVERALL OPINION

There are a lot of keyboards out there, and a lot of them are very good. But the Yamaha MOX8 makes everything so easy. You can create from scratch or build off of presets that it gives you. Knowing what I know now, I should have got this keyboard when it first came out. It is also priced well!