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Average rating: 4.2 out of 5
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sherly from USA writes:
i find this box very disappoint. 3 track for drum and 1 for synth?!? so you should expect a lot of drums, right? yeap no! Another thinks is the note stealing when you call a new patch while playing it! GRRRR!!!! and yamaha are not going to fixed it!!!!!! Sounds? is not bad but it seems between a Q and a Lead , but without any character!!! And if you want to programme it you have to use the software and the pc. I found this quite ridiculos; the groove boxes are all about immediality!!!!!!!! a question for the guy a sonicstate! why you delete my last message?? i was asking helo for the problems with the note stealing!!!!!!!!!! explain that please!!!!!!

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Nov-28-2001 at 12:11
astronomer a hobbyist user from u.s. writes:
Nice box! Some really big and deep sounds. Now in sync chain of: rm1x->an200->dx200->mc505. (Although, don't seem to need the mc505 anymore.) I now sound like Juno Reactor somehow, hmmm... (better be careful). But, what a great trance/ambient setup (about eight drum tracks + 10 synth tracks). Just add some sampling and pads and you're in business. With the sp808 I have a fullup poor man's studio. If you have to choose between the an200 and the dx200, DON'T; get'em both.

posted Tuesday-Nov-27-2001 at 11:54
robby a hobbyist user from USA writes:
Enybody has experinced note stealing when change patch while playing?

posted Wednesday-Nov-21-2001 at 06:49
Global Motion a professional user from SWEDEN writes:
Sorry guys. I was wrong. I has not 16 parts. It has 16 TONES polyfony.

I got it wrong somehow. But it is still a great groovebox.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Nov-05-2001 at 03:03
I recommend you turn the synth parts volume down.

posted Wednesday-Oct-31-2001 at 03:42
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