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 Yamaha SPX90 At a Glance  
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arrowReleased: 1986  arrowVersion: 0.00
arrowRated: 8.0/10arrow User reviews: (2)
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Sašo Podobnik writes:
The world's first multi-effect processor, released in 1986, supposedly still a studio standard but getting on a bit nowadays.

Good Points
build quality, modulation effects, internal PSU
Bad Points
mono input, limited bandwidth, only 500ms delay

 Yamaha SPX90 Specifications:

Analog IOs:
mono in, stereo out
Midi IOs:
Other IOs:
bypass footswitch, trigger footswitch, remote control
Maximum Resolution:31,25kHz at 16 bits, 20Hz-12kHz bandwidth
parametric, 3-band, with integrated delay and LPF
compressor, gate
reverb, delay, modulation, sampler, pitch shifter, auto-panner

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