Synth Site: Yamaha: RS-7000: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.6 out of 5
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synthe.labo writes:
rs7k is not difficult to learn and use, just a bit of knowledge first and then a quick look at the manual when you really need something and don't find a solution with imagination (hard!!! i find it really intuitive). as for the neverending story "MPC is the machine"...well, you are the machine, man, you can do exactly on rs7k what you do on MPC, or you can prefer MPC for other things.... but please stop this fukka thing about rap and rappers...i have my balls full of this shit of gansta shit etc etc... mostly rappers of THIS space must be really stupid motherfukka...get an MPC and shit on your pants when you see a real gun, stupid dumbasses.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Jul-30-2002 at 20:34
Zamise a hobbyist user from USA writes:
Just got my RS7000, but have been a big Yamaha fan since the QY70 came out. My favorite piece of gear ever is the mc505, but the QY70 from Yamaha will always have a place in my heart. The 505 lacks a few things like not enough voice channels, no built in sampler, and programing and modifying step sequences are a bit rough. Otherwise, the combinatation between tweakage and fun are higher than anything else that I've used on the mc505. So far I'm finding the rs7000 a little light on the tweakage factor. I'm not seeing many arps, slicer effect apears to be only a master effect, preset sounds seem a tad cold. I'm hopeing this box will take over the combination of my mc505 and triton sampler workstation all down into one unit. So far I've noticed the step sequencing on the RS7k is more user friendly than either the 505 and triton, which I think is pretty important and always liked about Yamahas. I'm counting on that with some more play time I might just have a unit that will slowly take over the rest of my arsonal and become my new all in one baby. It will be nice to have just one box to pack for doing performances, if anything its going to be added to the rest as a featured piece.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jul-20-2002 at 13:27
defcons a part-time user from be writes:
For the money of the mpc4000 you can buy the rs7000 + a very nice VA . Complete setup and you dont need a mixer.Dump sysex of the VA in a section of the rs7K for easy managing.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Jul-08-2002 at 15:33
Nerdy Geek a professional user from Canada writes:
I upgraded from MPC2k to RS7000. In every aspect the RS kicks the MPC´s ugly butt so hard...

I especially enjoy those many knobs and the tightness of the sequencer. RS got the groove!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-May-26-2002 at 02:31
Vodd a hobbyist user from Phoenix, AZ writes:
Please Help!!! I've been reading reviews for a while.. I am wanting to get this rs7000 but now the mpc 4000 is out. Any comments? of course price is a factor, if the mpc is worth waiting for then so be it, I just figure you guys could help since owning one (rs7k) is different then just wanting one...

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Friday-May-24-2002 at 04:49
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