Synth Site: Yamaha: CS-6x: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.3 out of 5
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mmmmmmmmmm.................. a part-time user writes:
i tried this one at a music store and i almost got an orgasm listening to the presets. price is too expensve ($1400) for its features. i d rather buy a motif. can anyone sell me one for $450? email me plase

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Dec-04-2002 at 18:46
James heeny a professional user writes:
Ok guys so i was very wrong about the CS6X, look, its not a bad keyboard, I just got abit annoyed last nite in my last reviews. Its a nice synth and all, but im more advanced now and needed something better, i'll probably end up even giving up my JX-305 next year for the newMC-909, in conjunction with my other midi keyboards. Back to the Cs6X, sorry if i was harsh in my reviews, after turning it on in months this morning to give it another review, I decided that this puppy aint that bad after all.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Dec-04-2002 at 09:37
tranceoid a professional user from sweden writes:
cs6x kicks ass! really good keyboard...

present sounds are starkingly clear, hardly any noise (connecting it to speakers rather than through a crummy old noisy amp is a suggestion!)

superb finish, and looks; most people who walk into my studio notice the cs6x before they notice triton though they are both on the same level

programmability: great programmability, and effects are much more editable than the cs2x.

sampler: phrase sampling at 44.1; not a full-blown sampler, but does some techno jobs very well.

plug in boards: the plg plug-ins are ok. vocoder is ok. plg 150 an is more limited than the superb analog modeling synth, an1x (discontinued by yamaha). the best plg board i love is the piano plug in...superb quality!! and the vL acoustic modelling is great too...

however, you will get to know this synth only once you actually Create your own sounds by tweaking, etc. you can create some really wild and awesome sounds. i created a few sounds. the learning curve is not as steep as the triton, thank God. Its user interface is so easy, and its one of the best synths in my studio, a real POWERHOUSE! Get yourself one

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Dec-04-2002 at 07:52
writes:
No debate the 305 will whip the CS6x coz it will.

posted Wednesday-Dec-04-2002 at 05:25
writes:
Hmm true but i still prefer roland..

posted Wednesday-Dec-04-2002 at 04:19
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