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Average rating: 4.1 out of 5
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Cleatus a part-timer user from Empire of Illinois (USA) writes:
You know what, Himbo is right. I heard my brother on this today, and he was whipping up a fucking storm. Had Reso-X (009) on and oh my gawd...he was making magic. The strengths of this board lie in those voices that already have...how you say...moving filters in them, like that one, and the KICKASS drums, particularly that exploding kick and other stuff in the Analog kits. Yeah filters are cheesy but who gives a fuck...turn the cutoff to about 3 or 4 o clock, and then reso all the way up for that "hollow sound"...kickass. I must say tho Himbo...don't knock 80's beatboxes...I was playing my 626 (another underrated unit) thru the DJX and it went perfect with that shit...man the only thing I want now is the Ensoniq ESQ-1...a "real" synth which is really cheap. That's really the only thing that this doesn't do is real synthesis and whatnot. All the other bases are covered. Anyway I'm havin fun w/ my new toy. More power to the DJX.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Apr-04-1999 at 17:59
emmanuel a part-timer user from uae writes:
hi guys this keyboard is really cool i recomnd it to any guys who wants to change their home keyboard to another one i am just having fun with it CAN ANYONE ENLIGHTEN ME OF HOW TO SWITCH PARTS ON AAND OFF SINCE I AM USING MORE THAN ONE MODULE IN A CHAIN AND I DONT WANT MY DJX TO PLAY ALL THE CHANNELS AT ONE TIME OR IS IT IMPOSSIBLE. PLEASE HELP

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Apr-04-1999 at 17:30
Himbo a professional user from UK writes:
Shit hot baby! The DJX is one awsome machine. I use it on stage and in the studio. I've sold my TB303! All you fuckwits who've labeled the DJX a bright blue shitbox are just tripping because you've spent $10,000 on a bulshit home studio and now you've realised that there's a $300 deck with built in stereo system that wipes its fuckin' ass with your $2000 bollocks boxes. Get this bitch. I'm currently producing my third underground hip hop dance album and the only instrument I'm using is the DJX. Hopefully this will give some hope to all you budjet musicians out there. So what, filter effects dont save onto user songs. That's why record labels have sound engineers. I don't even use a fuckin' sequencer. The song recorder takes a bit of getting used to but provided you get it right first time, its spot on! So all you sad assed pencil-neck motherfuckers can piss off back to your studios and make bulshit 80's drum machine bollocks while the rest of us are having fun making budjet big beat. Over and out. PS: Long live the DJX!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Apr-04-1999 at 12:10
DJL from Finland writes:
Every machine has its bad and good things, like this. Good thing is price. Well you cant really say that this is synthesizer. It's just sampleplayback with really weak editing possibilities. Really weak filters. But drums are suprisingly good sounding. Drums and patterns (and price) are the best parts of this machine.

Yamaha cs1x is much much better but it costs 1/3 more.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Mar-31-1999 at 15:07
Cleatus from Illinois writes:
Oh yeah I forgot to mention another thing that sucks. You can't sync the preset drum patterns or your sampled rhythms to the MIDI clock. OK that's it for now.

posted Tuesday-Mar-30-1999 at 16:59
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