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Average rating: 4.1 out of 5
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kg a part-time user from us writes:
need the manual trying to work metrodome want to know if you can record other audio sounds thru line in and how to delete other sounds also how to record using step record function help a playa out

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jan-10-2004 at 22:02
Rodd a professional user from YOSA writes:
Ditto!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jan-07-2004 at 17:05
Precarious C from The Bathtub, sipping Sherry writes:
The blue version of this beast will be a well sought after piece in 10 years, people will be singing it's old school praises.

People who would bash this machine are hopeless bitter cynics. Pay them no mind. To them I say: Go get laid, or get a drink, and lighten the fuck up.

Fun times!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jan-07-2004 at 12:57
Dan Gallagher a part-time user from Plattsburgh, NY (USA) writes:
I have had a lot of fun with the DJX. The Yamaha organ patches are used by a number of ska bands (Kate Sheehan of the Knospyratorz, for example). The DJX has some superfluous features. I like the urban flavor of the DJX FX, yet none of my compositions need the addition of someone yelling "yo" or "c'mon!".The 80s-style FX are great (the "Jump Brass" is like, totally rad!). This is a fun keyboard- not really for prima donnas, but rather, for people who want to freestyle with their pals.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jan-07-2004 at 12:11
dwayne a professional user from livermore ca writes:
I think i was in frys electronic's one day fiddle with it walked away came back played a few chords didnt think much about it ,then i ran through the patches as the wife shopped away , i found myself still playing this toy looking keyboard so i bought it for 249 bucks total as a professional keyboard player for yrs i bought it to doodle on and before i knew it the dam thing is in my studio burning up tracks , musicians laugh crack up and go thats a dam toy until i turn it on and they hear a dam moog bass come out and all of sudden were did you get it i want one , let me tell ya roland did this kinda thing to back in the day with a toy looking sh synth and everybody went nuts over it but i think yamaha was trying to reach the younger generation since the hip hop and dj was so heavy at the time it has its faults but hell it makes a statement in sound period at this price , plus i was shocked to see a large following over this keyboard you be suprised at the many that use it its like a secret weapon with some serious sound yamaha tried to bring out a newer version but it suck big time called the djx-II also yamaha has these drum pad controllers and yes i had drummers laugh at those to and you know what i seen some techno producers using them to build there drum tracks as a controller freak me out and jammin to , so always take a closer look in your toy section youl be suprised what the industry is giving away at a cheap price hell casio was the king of that yrs ago but i enjoy adding sound hell it runs with my triton studio to so check it out if you can find one its a secret bargain and suprise !!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Dec-22-2003 at 11:38
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