Yamaha UK Launch Supercharged MOTIFXS Package

Limited edition collection of accessories included between now and October 2009      10/09/09
Yamaha UK Launch Supercharged MOTIFXS Package


Yamaha have announced a new promotion that will see new UK and ROI MOTIF XS customers receiving a limited edition collection of accessories worth over £200 between now and October 2009.
Purchasers of MOTIFXS 6,7 and 8 models will receive the free of charge package of handy essentials including FC3 and FC7 foot pedals along with 1GB of extra DIMM memory expansion. As if that's not enough, they'll also throw in a 2GB USB thumb drive containing over 500 specially created voices and 1GB of additional MOTIF samples.
Yamaha's Peter Peck told us, " for those people considering buying MOTIFXS 6,7, or 8 models there's never been a better time to do it. Available only for a limited period, it's a chance to get a supercharged Motif package that significantly enhances the creative and performance power of these instruments."
Yamaha are also now confirming the dates for the next series of official MOTIFXS owners training events, normally heavily oversubscribed advance booking is highly recommended . To find out more visit www.training.yamaha-europe.com .
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    2 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
    raphus    Said...

    New products coming at winter NAMM, perhaps?

    10-Sep-09 04:01 PM


    martin    Said...

    motif in pci express format for your DAW. sooner or later this shit will happen!!!

    11-Sep-09 06:46 AM


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