Synth Site: Casio: VZ10M Synthesizer Module: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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Henri Sizaret a hobbyist user from France writes:
Hi, I own a VZ 10 M and I like it very much because you can create very weird and disgusting noises just by messing around.

Overall, the VZ goes nicely with other machines, eg analog.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Nov-22-1998 at 16:20
jon francis a hobbyist user from usa writes:
Critics Agree!! What's that horrible smell? Why its the VZ factory patches. However, playing the chimp and just start hitting buttons, one can come up with some fantastic electronic/synth sounds. Very deep.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Saturday-Oct-03-1998 at 21:04
Eugene Burda a professional user from Canada writes:
The VZ10M is HUGELY programmable. It kicks the crap out of any Yamaha DX series instrument, with which it shares many features. It has 8 operators with variable waveforms PER VOICE, and it's STILL 16 note poly... we're talking about a synth with 128 oscillators! Select 8 sawtooth waves, detune them, FM them, ring mod them and you've got the JP8000's &quot;supersaw&quot; waveform. The envelopes go WAY deep and are easy to program, thanks to the realtime graphic reps on-screen. Like the review says, scrap the factory programs and dig in. HUGE noises. An extremely monstrous synth when hacked. Incredible!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:17
Chris Gratrix a part time user from england writes:
I've have used the Casio VZ10m for some 9 years and I find it is worth a look. after the time it takes to coax good sounds ( none realistic ) out of the unit then it is very useful indeed. The main problem I find with it is that MOTU unisynth locks up every time I try to patch dump. In the UK thay can be purchased for as little as 50 pound ( approx $75 ) and there are lots about. Mixed with FX you have a cheep and very good sounding synth. These will prove to be popular when the inevitable FM revival comes around. Buy one now!

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:17
verne spence from usa writes:
Hi, I have a roland gr-9 guitar synth and the vz-10m and vz-10 work perfectly with it. Probably due to casio having developed a synth of their own for guitar. If you have a guitar synth and you find one cheap you have a 2nd module that will work as if it was made for it.

posted Tuesday-Aug-04-1998 at 12:18
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