Synth Site: Yamaha: CS-6x: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.3 out of 5
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Jason a hobbyist user from USA writes:
Love the keyboard, manual bites the big one. Took me forever to figure out how to multi timnral it and think sync it to Sonar. But now that I have. Its great!!! So many controls, so little caffiene.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Nov-14-2002 at 02:51
Jake a hobbyist user from USA writes:
For trance/techno/ambient, this synth is one of the best available - especially considering its relatively low cost. Johan, the CS6x is a super choice for trance music, its presets contain some wonderful pads, leads, strings, and you'll have a blast with the arpeggiator and the ever-so-wonderful cutoff knob. The on-board f/x are superb and easy to manipulate.

However, dig deeper into this synth's capabilities and you may just find out how special this puppy really is.. ditch some of those presets and start creating your own sounds and you'll quickly find yourself amazed at what the CS6X can do! Even experienced synth-programmers will find a smile on their face after only a short time...

(my fiance has a Triton rack unit and she's barely touched it since I got the CS6X.. granted, they aren't really in the same league, but for almost any kind of electronica music, the CS6X can really shine in the right hands...)

The menu interface is one of the best i've seen for a text-based interface and is a *breeze* to navigate through once you've learned the system. The keyboard has very nice feel and overall the unit is very solid - the build quality really shows. Also, the CS6X uses smartmedia cards for storing voice libraries, performances and as sampler storage space.. I picked up a 64mb smartmedia card for $25.. cheap storage is definitely a plus!

As you can tell, I'd recommend this synth heartily. It's a great unit and there's no way I'm letting mine go.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jul-17-2002 at 20:54
Johan a professional user from Holland writes:

I've got a Yamaha EX5. I'm concidering to buy a CS 6X for making Trance. I know the Cs 6X has more buttons for trance than the EX5. Can someone tell me if that's the right thing to do? Now that I'll not sell de ex5, but wanna buy de CS 6X to inlarge my setup.

Peace, Johan from Holland.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jul-11-2002 at 21:30
Simon a hobbyist user from Slovenia writes:
A decent synth. But mainly for trance. If you try making techno, it quickly starts to sound a bit funny! Sampler not very usefull, though not bad. Strings fine. Bases poor, unless you buy at least one of the plug-in cards! Any sugestions on what I should buy for making 'inteligent' techno with a bit of ambient. I am thinking Roland xv3080, xv5080, EMU Proteus 2000 or 2500...

thanx, simon

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jul-10-2002 at 13:47
dj tommy a professional user from hk writes:
how can i use seq DX card&An1x Card.they are not 16 differernt channle.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-May-31-2002 at 20:24
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