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Review | Micro Music, Oct/Nov 1989

Jez Ford takes a look the EMT-10 sister unit, the EMT-1


Review | Micro Music, Aug/Sep 1989

Jez Ford raps his bits round this excellent budget price sound expander from Yamaha

Three of a kind

Review | The Mix, Aug 1994
Sound module giant test

E-mu Proteus FX, Korg X3R, Yamaha TG300 do battle

Yamaha AVS10

Review | Sound On Sound, Nov 1989
Multitimbral Expander

From the home organ division of the Japanese giant comes a box which wipes the floor with anything that Yamaha’s Professional Keyboards division can currently produce. Paul Wiffen reveals the secret of the black box...

Yamaha EMT-10

Review | Home & Studio Recording, Mar 1989

A set of tasty samples in a box no bigger than an FB01 comes under scrutiny. And it's not expensive.

Yamaha EMT10

Review | Sound On Sound, Oct 1988
AWM Expander

Every so often a product comes along which changes everyone's idea of what they can expect at a certain price. Yamaha’s new £250 box sets a new standard in price/performance for sampled piano (and other) sounds. Paul Wiffen gets excited enough to spend his own money!

Yamaha Hello! Music!

Review | Music Technology, Nov 1993
computer music system

It's a complete computer system with speakers, it gives you GM tones, Cubase Lite sequencing and much more besides, and it's very friendly.

Yamaha TG300

Review | Music Technology, Mar 1994
General MIDI sound module

Is there more to CM than meets the ear?



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