Synth Site: Yamaha: TX-16W Sampler Module: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 3.6 out of 5
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Lord Toranaga a professional user from Colorado, USA writes:
SO far, This is my favorite Rack sampler. I paid $50 US, for it. A user in Germany sent me some ram for free.

Now I have 4.6MB of 12 bit sampling. 10 outputs stock.

I never used the yamaha OS. TYPHOON IS A BREEZE TO USE. I was up and running without reading the manual. When i did read the manual, the OS was even easier, and quicker

I use this mostly for 12bit drums, sampled from vinyl

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Saturday-Sep-15-2007 at 17:54
spacelab a professional user from germany writes:
What a wonderful machine! I´ve got two of them, bought the first in 2001, the second in 2006! Very cool for all kind of electronic music!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Oct-21-2006 at 15:52
Joshua Kalcic a professional user from Croatia writes:
Guys, guys, guys! I just dowloaded the manual from yamaha UK site, so the support finnaly improved by yamaha! BUT! I saw the picture of the rear panel and surprise, surprise! MIDI in/out/thru! There isn't any on my TX16W!!!!! Only the gameport! Is this normal or what? I tried to use DX7 as a controller for it, but it doesn't work (as far as I know). So? What should I do? It works fine, gets samples, loads OS's but I can't trigger it! Is mine the newest version or the stupidest?! :)

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-21-2003 at 22:51
Presethead a hobbyist user from Utrecht, Netherlands writes:
A few years back I traded in my old Roland S-10 sampler for this piece of hardware to get multiple outputs. At first I had the original OS and indeed it was horrible. After some experimenting I did manage to get the thing to play different samples on different outputs and on different MIDI channels, and that's just what makes this thing great. At this price it's absolutely impossible to find a sampler that has 10 individual outputs. With the Typhoon OS it's useability has improved significally. It's great for the odd sound effects or for constructing drum kits and sending the sounds to different channels and thus giving you the posibility to have great control over EQ and effects on individual samples. Filters are crap but overall a very useful sampler. I love mine. Maybe not good enough to be the only sampler in your setup but a great buy for the price anyway.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Saturday-Dec-07-2002 at 16:07
amon from United States writes:
Is there anyway i can trigger samples w/o a midi controller?

posted Wednesday-Sep-26-2001 at 20:09
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