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Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Apr 1985
As Yamaha's 'X' range of hi-tech hardware continues to grow, Dan Goldstein and Trish McGrath present an exclusive appraisal of two of the range's most affordable additions, the TX7 FM Expander and QX7 MIDI Keyboard Recorder.
Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Jun 1985
Yamaha's QX1 Sequencer, KX88 Master Keyboard, TX816 Modules
Yamaha's professional FM sequencer master keyboard and FM modules.
Review | Electronic Soundmaker, May 1985
Yamaha QX7 sequencer / TX7 expander
The latest additions to Yamaha's 'X' range - the QX7 keyboard recorder and TX7 expander look to be some of the most interesting yet.
Review | Music Technology, Oct 1987
The latest dedicated sequencer from Yamaha offers 16 tracks, extensive editing capabilities and a built-in disk drive. Howard Massey gives it a spin.
Review | Sound On Sound, Dec 1988
Digital Sequence Recorder
In a world dominated by software sequencers, Rowland Jones finds he still has a soft spot for Yamaha's hardware variety.
Review | Music Technology, Dec 1986
Digital Multitrack Sequencer
The latest in Yamaha's family of sequencers returns to cassette storage, but offers eight tracks with features not even found on the prestigious QX1. Simon Trask puts it through its paces.
Review | Sound On Sound, Dec 1986
Less a sequencer more an astonishingly flexible 8-track digital multitrack for keyboards. David Mellor pinpoints the essential differences and judges where the QX5 fits into the Yamaha product line.