Yamaha Cram Motif ES Into Rack Unit

Exclusive pre NAMM announcement of 1 unit rack synth      10/12/04

Yamaha Cram Motif ES Into Rack Unit
Motif ES Rack - it's all there

Yamaha are getting their news out well in advance of the Winter NAMM show (Jan 20th-24th) with the announcement of the new MOTIF-RACK ES. This is the latest addition to their MOTIF range and is packed with the same Enhanced Sound quality as that found in the full-size ES synthesizers. The use of Mega-Voice technology combined with assignable arpeggiators has made the Motif range something to be reckoned with. MOTIF-RACK ES features
  • 768 preset,128 GM and 384 user voices.
  • 128-note polyphony as standard
  • 175MB (16-bit linear format) wave ROM.
  • Enhanced Signal Processing Effects System
  • Up to 8 separate parts can have their voice insertion effects assigned simultaneously,
  • 20 reverb types, and 49 chorus/delay programs available.
  • Three-band EQ settings for each of the 16 parts
  • eight types of mastering effects including multi band compression, and a five-band master EQ
  • equipped to accept up to 2 Modular Synthesis Plug-in System boards (PLG boards) Rather than robbing valuable polyphony from your set-up, the PLG boards bring their own processing power to the table allowing you to seriously increase the number of notes you can play simultaneously and add extra FX.
  • Stereo Output L/R
  • Individual Outputs 1,2,3,4
  • Digital Output
  • Optical Output
  • Phones This Exclusive Sexy Product (ESP) will be revealing all at the Winter NAMM Show 2005. Watch this space.
  • www.yamahasynth.com
    As the convergence of software and hardware continues the Motif-Rack ES also benefits from Studio Connections editor allowing for full parameter control from within the worlds most popular DAW applications. For more information on the Studio Connections initiative please visit
  • www.studioconnections.org

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