Review | Sound On Sound, Nov 1987
Yamaha REV5 Reverb
Is there room at the top for yet another digital reverb unit? Mark Badger thinks so — provided it's 16-bit, has a 20kHz effect bandwidth, analogue and digital parametric EQ, can stack two reverb effects and goes by the name of REV5!
Review | Electronic Soundmaker & Computer Music, Dec 1984
...Reverbs. An across-the-range selection put through their paces, demonstrating both conventional and creative uses...
Review | Electronics & Music Maker, May 1986
With the help of new software technology, Yamaha's new multi-FX unit does the job of a half-dozen outboard machines. Paul White gives a rundown of what it can do, and how well it does it.
Review | In Tune, Apr 1986
Review | Home & Studio Recording, Nov 1984
Review | Sound On Sound, Mar 1990
The best things come in small packages, decides Paul Ireson as he puts this budget six-effects-at-once processor through its paces.
Review | Music Technology, Sep 1989
Never mind Starwars fx, this is the war of the star fx. Vic Lennard patches in Yamaha's latest budget multi-fx unit and likes what he hears.
Review | Electronics & Music Maker, May 1983
Review | Home & Studio Recording, Jan 1984
Review | Sound On Sound, Nov 1985
Yet Another Milestone
Low cost digital reverb comes of age according to Producer Robin Lumley.
Review | Music Technology, Oct 1987
Digital Signal Processor
The latest signal processor from Yamaha may be aimed primarily at guitarists but the small studio owner might prefer to look at it as an adaptation of the SPX90. Rick Davies finds out it has a few new twists as well as a slimline price tag.
Review | Sound On Sound, Feb 1988
Martin Russ reveals the hidden features of Yamaha's budget digital multi-effector and explains how it can be coaxed into supplying more than one effect at once.
Review | Sound On Sound, Apr 1986
£600 (almost) buys you this boxful of MIDI-controlled digital effects processors. But can they be good quality? Ian Gilby dragged himself out of the studio long enough to give us his opinions.
Review | Making Music, Apr 1986
Review | Music Technology, Mar 1990
The 100 Series is Yamaha's compact, cost- effective line of studio modules. Simon Trask tests a selection of units from mixer through effects to monitors.
We found these other (non-review) articles that are linked to this gear:-
Competition | Recording Musician, May 1993
Is there a tiny space in your studio just waiting to be filled by a Yamaha FX550?
Effective Automation - Part 1
Feature | Topic: Effects Processing, MIDI, Mixing | Sound On Sound, Dec 1985
Creative mixing with MIDI controlled effects
Paul Gilby takes a look at the first MIDI controlled effect - Yamaha's D1500 which heralds a series on creative mixing with MIDI controlled devices.
Feature | Topic: Effects Processing, MIDI | Sound On Sound, Oct 1988
Using System Exclusive Bulk Dumps
Have you ever wished you could save your SPX90 effects programs to disk or into your MIDI sequencer for instant recall at the right point in your music? Using the power of MIDI’s System Exclusive Bulk Dump commands, Mike Collins explains how it can be done.
Mono Mode - Part 4
Feature | Topic: MIDI | Music Technology, Nov 1986
You thought multi-timbral MIDI was only for synthesisers and samplers? You thought wrong, as Paul Wiffen proves with his analysis of Mode 4 on the Yamaha SPX90 effects processor.
Feature | Topic: Effects Processing, Synthesizer Patches | Recording Musician, Jul 1992
Your chance to send in patches for your favourite effects units.