Synth Site: Yamaha: AN-1X: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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Onno Gravemeijer a hobbyist user from netherlands writes:
This beast rules!most of the presets suck, but once you start making your own sounds you'll love it! It's got 2 scenes in a voice, each with fm, osc.sync,noise and a good effect section.buy it or you'll be sorry

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Aug-14-1999 at 18:24
Anders Claesson a hobbyist user from Sweden writes:
I just bought one used for 5900 SEK (about 700$) and i must say this synth is really cool. I even thought that the presets were cool at first, but after I´ve downloaded some of the sounds from the Yamaha UK site, I really know what this synth is capable of. too bad Yamaha has stopped making it, but if you are lucky enough to find one used, like me, don´t hesitate to buy it! you will get a lot of synth power for the money!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-12-1999 at 19:04
Synth Freak a hobbyist user from Jupiter writes:
Go here and download the software editor for the AN1x.

http://www.yamaha.co.uk/synth/html/current/keyboard/an1x/s_an1xed.htm

This makes programming a LOT easier.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jul-29-1999 at 13:07
DJL a part-timer user from Finland writes:
Great synth and great controller (though only 61 keys). Most of factorysounds are quite crap but internet is full of sounds for that machine. Get free editor to your PC, so it's really easy to make yer own sounds and sequences(step SEQ). You can make really great arpeggios or sequences and freeEG is great idea! You can control everything from your sequencer via MIDI; every parameter has own CC. Well ask me more if ya want....

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jul-28-1999 at 07:59
matrix writes:
Ah, found it. Stepping occurs if you sweep the filter with lots of resonance. No res = no stepping when sweeping the filter. Stepping occurs when resonance is set at 70 or greater, and this is out of a top level of 102, so you are looking at a bit of res before stepping occurs. Regardless, stepping at this level does have a cool effect. Kind of makes you wish all synths had <i><b>both</i></b> options available.

posted Thursday-Jul-15-1999 at 01:44
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