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Yamaha CS70M

Review Audio | Electronics & Music Maker, Dec 1981
Programmable Dual Channel Polyphonic Synthesiser

Yamaha CS-01 Breath Control Synthesiser

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Sep 1982

A new concept in performance control for keyboard players demonstrated by Dave Bristow.

Yamaha CS70M

Review | One Two Testing, Nov 1982
30 memory programmable six note poly with sequencer

Yamaha CS01

Review | One Two Testing, Nov 1982
Single oscillator mini synth

Yamaha DX-7 Synthesiser

Review | Music UK, Aug 1983

FM isn't just for your radio. Yamaha take it to digital keyboards. Prof. Dave Crombie expounds (his case comes up next week).

Yamaha DX1

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Oct 1983
Programmable Polyphonic FM Synthesizer

An overview of this flagship of the DX range of FM-based synthesisers

Yamaha DX7

Review Audio | One Two Testing, Nov 1983

In depth.

Yamaha DX7

Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Nov 1983

The new FM synthesis

Yamaha CS-01

Review | One Two Testing, Dec 1983

Roland 106 vs Yamaha DX9

Review | Electronic Soundmaker, May 1984

Mutually exclusive?

Yamaha DX1 Synth

Review | One Two Testing, Jun 1984

the ultimate in FM

Nine Times out of Ten

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Jul 1984
A User Report on the Yamaha DX9

Almost entirely overshadowed by its immensely popular elder brother, the DX9 deserves a better deal. Or at least that's what Steve Howell claims in this special user report.

The Professional

Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Aug/Sep 1984

Yamaha's DX1, here at last

Double Take

Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Apr 1985
Yamaha DX5

Yamaha's follow-up machine to the DX7 is essentially a budget DX1, offering two '7s in one neat package. We take a look at the DX5.

Sight Reading

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Apr 1985
Yamaha DX7 Digital Synthesizer

E&MM's resident FM expert, Jay Chapman, takes a critical flick through the pages of a new book intended to ease the programming on Yamaha's DX7 poly.

Yamaha DX5

Review | International Musician, May 1985

"The ultimate all-rounder," says Curtis Schwartz

Yamaha DX7 Voice ROMS

Review | International Musician, Jun 1985

More preset voices for FM fans. Curtis Schwartz takes his ROMs home

Yamaha's DX21 FM Digital Synth

Review | In Tune, Jul/Aug 1985

Yamaha DX21 Synth

Review | One Two Testing, Aug 1985

low-priced FM, mega important

21 Today

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Aug 1985

Yamaha's DX21 polysynth offers FM sound quality at a low, low price, plus a few features even the DX7 doesn't have. Simon Trask investigates.

Yamaha DX21

Review | International Musician, Sep 1985

The latest in the ridiculously successful FM series gets its algorithms examined by Tony Mills

21 Today

Review | Electronic Soundmaker, Sep 1985
Yamaha DX21 synthesiser

The latest in the DX synth series

The Fifth Dimension

Review | Electronics & Music Maker, Oct 1985
Yamaha DX5

Merely two DX7s in a box, or a valid addition to the Yamaha range of FM digital keyboards? Simon Trask takes the mid-price algorithm through its paces, and comes to mixed conclusions.

The Synths Of The Year Show

Review | International Musician, Dec 1985

Yamaha DX7, Casio CZ5000, Juno 106, Korg DW6000, 30 to 1 the field. Commentator, Tony Mills

Moving On

Review | Sound On Sound, Jan 1986
Yamaha DX21

Synthesist Ian Boddy casts an eager eye over Yamaha's low-cost DX21 polysynth and discovers some little publicised aspects of its performance...



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