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Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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Wynn a part-time user from USA writes:
I had the RM1x for 3 years and loved it, but before long, I outgrew it. For those of you who want something deeper and more capable, I would strongly suggest the QY700 sequencer. I just got one, and can honestly say it blows the RM1x away totally. No comparison. It is made for midi maniacs like me and it will take me a long long time to outgrow the QY700. The RM1x is a good starter machine tho, and I would not diss such a cool device, but with all due respect, the QY700 is the machine I always really wanted.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jan-08-2003 at 16:59
writes:
For the price, it's pretty good! I like the idea that you can download songs off of the internet, then load them onto the RM1x. They really show the power of the sequencer rather then the demos. But I do wish Yamaha included a "bulk dump" feature into the interface. It's a bitch to record each channel seperately onto another sequencer. If you were able to expand the RM1x ram, and able to load wav files, and/or load new sounds, this machine would be complete...Ryan S.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Friday-Jan-03-2003 at 01:45
Lodger a hobbyist user from USA writes:
As for my call on the rm1x, im still getting into it after 4 months. the sequencer in it is good, but to really get any hardcore midi programing done, i usually import my midi files into a midi editor because note length editing is more visual. having to set up a song in chunks gets a little tedius, but i'd been born and raised on other types of sequencers. its nice to have and is a solid misc box. WAY fun to have if you ever plan on doing live music. the sounds are slightly dodgey, if you have it running through a computer program like Reason or Cubase, it shouldnt be a problem, though.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Saturday-Dec-28-2002 at 10:19
writes:
It seems that monkeys on steroids wrote the rm1x manual...i just purchased an rm1x and i am getting so fucking crazy reading the piece of shit manual, i just want to hammer my rm1x, please help me find a free tutorial somewhere :) Thanks

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Dec-22-2002 at 17:35
vintz a professional user from England writes:
Having owned the RM1x for a year now, I can understand other reviews negative feedback about it.

I agree the sounds are pants, with 700 of them crushed onto a tiny 4mb chip. It isnt the most durable piece of kit, which is why you need a midi controller to input midi data into it.

However, its saving graces are its ease of use sequencer, its full midi capability, its large screen and its floppy drive. Connect a midi keyboard to its midi in port, and a good sounding tone generator to its midi out and you have a powerful setup, capable of almost professional music producion.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Sunday-Dec-22-2002 at 10:00
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