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Review | Music Technology, May 1988
For the DX7II
Grey Matter Response's E! expansion for the DX7 virtually gave it the power of the DX7II; E! for the DX7II represents another quantum leap in DX capability. Chris Many checks it out.
Review | Sound On Sound, Mar 1987
The DX7 has become both one of the best-selling synthesizers of all time and a truly 'classic' instrument. So how do you improve on that? Jay Chapman reviews Yamaha's recently launched and long awaited successor to the DX7.
Review | Music Technology, Mar 1987
After a trickle of early publicity, the successors to the immortal DX7 have arrived. Rick Davies finds out just what it takes to update a legend in music technology, and wonders if the improvements have been worth the wait
We found these other (non-review) articles that are linked to this gear:-
Feature | Music Technology, Jul 1987
Should You Upgrade from a DX7 to a DX7II?
If you already own a Mk1 DX7, you're now faced with an agonising dilemma: do you risk everything and chop it on for the MkII model? Howard Massey weighs up the pros and cons of taking the plunge.
Feature | Topic: Synthesizer Patches | Music Technology, Feb 1988
The analogue synth is alive and well and living in Patchwork. The Minimoog, ARP Odyssey and Korg Mono/Poly make a welcome return to our monthly selection of readers' patches.
Feature | Topic: Synthesis & Sound Design | Sound On Sound, Mar 1988
Programming your own DX sounds is not so difficult when there's someone to guide you. Kevin Stratton, product specialist with Yamaha USA, explains how to create vocal-like sounds and reverb with this FM synthesizer.