Synth Site: Yamaha: DX-100: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 3.8 out of 5
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mike a hobbyist user from boston writes:
The DX 100 is one of my all time favorite synths. It's very versitile as my token digital synth in an otherwise all analog studio.

The DX 100 plus a SE-50 is the ultimate inexpensive weird noise making system. Everything from mello atmospheric ambience to growling, intestine exploding sub basses.

The more normal organs, basses, and pianos are pretty cool for house/techno.

posted Tuesday-Nov-24-1998 at 12:19
Ando a hobbyist user from Knoxville, TN writes:
There's some HUGE sine-wave basses in there. Also, little plinky noises, harsh screaming digital noises, ambient atmospheres, etc. Most the sounds have a "cheap" quality (harshness? simplicity? I can't reall describe it) that cut through a mix. And the "FM Sawtooth" patch just screams Nintendo!

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-20-1998 at 15:35
Biggus a part-timer user from Iceland writes:
I´ve had my dx100 for about two mounths and what do I think? It´s indeed awesome! Not thick and many sounds,but harsh and effective: From baby toy sounds to extravagant Aphex Twin original sounds(he has surely some time used it or sampled the whole equipment). I bought mine used for 113 dollars and I dont regret a penny of it. I think everyone can make a huge, thick, ambient atmosphere with the dx100, by using multi-effect units to back it up. It really creates a new direction in my music with its original sounds. Considering prize its great: Don´t sell it!!!(At least come & visit Iceland for those penny.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-19-1998 at 11:23
Javier a professional user from Argentina writes:
It's a great machine. I usually make bright sounds on it and sample

them in the K2000 for process with the filter (and other tools).You

can make new percussion sounds(not only congas).

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:19
David McCann a professional user from Australia writes:
I recently bought a DX-100, last week actually. I had one many years ago, back when they first came out, think it was around 1985, and I had no idea what I was doing back then! just some crazy kid wearing it as a guitar making loads of noise!! hahaha but I'm now a drum and bass/techno/hardcore producer and live performing artist, have been since 92.. and I've been hearing more and more FM synthesis, DX sounds used in really minimal electro style tech step harsh dark drum and bass, I've had the DX for just over a week, and already I've messed around creating some awesome digital harsh synth electronic sounds just perfect for drum and bass bass lines, and jeff mills purpose maker style slammin techno....... I think the DX-100 rocks! and I'm glad to have one as part of my kit again!! cheers

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Aug-06-1998 at 00:19
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