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Article from Making Music, June 1986

A DX21 - but can you work out how it was done? Important dates; nice enough to stick on the wall.



YAMAHA DX21. A pastoral shot of the slim and lovely non-antique DX21. This Buyer's Bible chart topper proffers what amounts to half a DX7, and two DX9s (which adds up to 21 anyway). Five octave keyboard, 32 programmable memories for storing your own home-grown wiggly FM synth sounds, and more comprehensive MIDI than the DX7. A modern classic.


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Making Music - Jun 1986

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