Synth Site: Yamaha: EX-7: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.4 out of 5
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Big D a professional user writes:
hi i have this synth and it definitly sounds good, however i think the KOrg Trinity sounds way better, as far as the sample based sounds are concerned. the analogue emulation stuff is nice, the sampler wont read my akai samples, although according to the literature it is supposed to. so for anyone out there who is looking at this and want to play your akai samples on it it wont(at least nothing sampled on an akai mpc2000xl).

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-May-12-2004 at 16:41
Graeme Jordan a part-time user from Australia writes:
I only bought my EX7 a couple of days ago but I am blown away by the awsome sounds. The modulation control is mint and I can't believe how much simulation I can get out of organ sounds! I am replacing my Roland XP80 with this purely for the sounds. It sounds like the sequencer will be an iffy point, but hey,computer software is better anyway. I agree with other opinions about the keyboard touch being the best. At the end of the day, sound matters! I'd have these sounds over the Korg Trinity or Roland XP80 any day!

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Monday-Apr-19-2004 at 20:36
Arthur Alexander Crichton a professional user from UK writes:
I bought this machine 4 years ago because I was impressed with the sounds this monster can produce. The synths,pads and effects are awsome and the arpeggio is beautiful.Shame the keyboard feels plastic, but thats the only complaint I have. The graphic display is superb and the knobs on the synth are so handy aswell as the ribbon control. The resonant filter screams like a beauty. Well worth it and there is a wealth of sounds for it on the net.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Mar-12-2004 at 05:57
a part-time user writes:
A criminally underrated synth if you need realistic keyboard sounds (organs, elec. pianos) pads, and strings (the other stuff is good too)...I played my ex7 side-by-side with a motif and a triton studio at the store. Cost was a factor, but it sounded the best of the three, and the unweighted keyboard felt a bit better than the unweighted versions of the other the 6 endless rotary controls and the extra mod wheel! Don't let the poly restrictions of the analogue modeling/VL (which the 7 doesn't have) bother you- the best sounds are from the sample playback engine anyway (and the FDSP is wonderful for special effects and wide pads). The multi implementation is very complete, as well. No problems with studio or stage use, if you learn how it works- it's complicated, but very logical. As a sequencer or sampler, dunno...I already have those (and yamaha sequencers aren't so user-friendly). But as a controller/sound source this gets top marks at the current used prices.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jul-15-2003 at 02:28
Dee a part-time user from Merced, CA, USA writes:
Great keyboard bought used for $550 best buy I've made in a long time. Takes some time to get used to the sequncer but after that it's great.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jun-22-2003 at 05:15
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