Synth Site: Yamaha: DJX: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.1 out of 5
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Gary a hobbyist user from USA writes:
One of the coolest "home" keyboards ever! You can actually use this baby for professional music making if you wish. Lots of different styles and sounds, a great ribbon controller, sampling features and a real resonant filter! Usually one in really good condition can be found on ebay for $100 these days.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Oct-03-2005 at 04:59
Hector Herrera a part-time user from Culiacan Sinaloa Mexico writes:
the first keyboard i bought in december 99 was a djx now im 25 years old ive been using it in my band since i bought it and im still playing with it . yamaha came out with something so cool they had to create a not-so_cool djx II . now ive got a microkorg and a djx and theres nothing and i do mean nothing i cant do with those sounds. thats the perfect combo . the sounds, the killers , depeche mode , phil collins , van halen, the cars (shake it up) all of those sounds are here believe me. ill buy another one. you dont need a virus or a triton or a moog all the sounds are here. this was the "coolest mistake" from yamaha.

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Monday-Sep-19-2005 at 13:30
Peter Parker a professional user from Devon England writes:
Having used opne by accident I am completly sold on them what a fantsastic sound. This is really good value for the money (£165) Woiuyld highly recomend the DJX to any up and comming group[.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Sep-02-2005 at 08:58
rob soto a hobbyist user from coral springs, f. l usa writes:
i think that the djx is an incredible keyboard i started on my very first projects on it and i dident know squat about makeing sound and the fact that i dident have a owners manual,made my experienced difficult. after a few months of playing with it and trying to understand its functions, it was a simple way to modifiey sounds . it really is a good begineers tools it has a lot of extras that most expensive keyboards dont have like arpegeater,reverb,and duel with all of its benifits it does lack afew like it is inpossible to edit which means if ur not useing a digital recording studio u will have to start over again until you have the perfect song. i think that the djx2 is a step above i think that you could edit.

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Sunday-Aug-14-2005 at 12:39
Adam a part-time user from USA writes:
It's so funny when you read Keyboard mag or whatever and all these pop-star producers rave on and on about using their multi-thousand dollar keyboard rigs and soft synths, yet you could do ALL that stupid pop music with just a DJX and any old version of Cakewalk. Same sounds, same stupid everything...I know with imagination, I can sound way better with a DJX, Cakewalk, GigaSampler and a Kurzweil Micropiano (another oldie). What are they really doing soundwise that they weren't doing ten years ago...besides getting cheesier and stupid. What are they doing that really requires any more that a DJX and Acid or something? Cause all these 'producers' are more mouse-clicker than musician. I have been playing a Yamaha DJX for 5 years now, and I'm still having a ball with it!! I'm still programming patches...some Rush-like sounds...quite a few pipe organ patches..pianos..all kinds of shit. This is now an OLD keyboard, for God sake!! And I still love it. The MicroPiano supplemented the one lackluster sound the DJX has..the grand pianos. I intend to keep using til the keys start breaking off!! Anyone with half a functioning brain cell should be able to sound good if they take the time to learn how it works. Limitations, yes...but really only force me to be more creative with how I do it!! BTW: Has anyone tried sticking a backlight in the display? I really would like to know how it's done.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-10-2005 at 16:02
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