Synth Site: Yamaha: AN-1X: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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Mark Joseph a hobbyist user from England writes:
I brought my An1x as a first synth when I was 18. I heard it at a music show in London and I was blown away by how much it had to offer me and to my music. Still using it now!! Worth every single penny!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Mar-23-2005 at 21:39
Duncan White a part-time user from Birmingham, UK writes:
I've had my AN1x for a couple of years now. I have recently been playing around with the Step Sequencer on my AN1x. Wow!!! What a machine. Despite the 10 note polyphony and stereo output. It's a Dream Machine

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Dec-14-2004 at 11:02
matrix writes:
The AN1X definitely sounds warm and organic. It's capable of these subtle, thick, playable sounds. Playable in the sense of reacting to aftertouch, velocity and technic in a way that is very musical. The sound just has that certain organic feel to it. It's capable of rich analog sounds that until just recently I haven't found in another analog synth. I've been wondering what analog of the past might sound like this, until I finally got my hands on a CS-60. That was it! The AN1X can sound like a CS-60, and I would imagine a CS-80. It has the organic, musical quality. I also found that to get the beauty out of a CS-60, you really have to work it. You have to add subtle modulations and aftertouch, AND you have to play it right. When you do it's absolute beauty. The AN1X has this tonal quality to it. It really is an underated synth.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jun-15-2004 at 23:47
Mike Geary a hobbyist user from England writes:
Was lucky enough to pick up an an1x through e-bay which forced the sale of my long-suffering Cs1x.The Cs1x was resigned to the role of control synth as the sounds (although pretty good for the price) can only be taken so far . The An1x on the other hand creates sounds with almost limitless possibilities . As far as house/techno/ambient sounds go, every thing it does seems convincing . Use the editor to really get the most out of it as interface is not as "hands on" as a true analogue put the noises that come out the other end are more than a match . Yamaha quality , affordable but will become a synth you don't want to let go as it sounds BOSS!!!!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jun-15-2004 at 06:04
Donald D from London, UK writes:
I Love, love, love this synth. As unique as the mid-eighties hybrids such as @Juno, Ensoniq sq80, etc. Like no other VA Ive heard, including the great sounding ION, the AN1x is actually warm sounding. It is also packed to the brim with features, you wouldnt believe the things it can do. EVERYBODY that makes ANY kind of electronic music would enhance their production with this piece around. It sounds so good and is so versatile. Yes, getting the board expansion for the newer yamahas is also an option, its prophet 5 and then some.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-May-11-2004 at 12:22
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