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Average rating: 4.5 out of 5
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I had min for 6 years. I trade synth's when i get bored with them. But this one i keep, it has its personality. I allways pick it upp when i need to sample some new sound. And best thing is that i bought it for 100$(6 years ago).

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Monday-Oct-22-2001 at 04:02
Austin a part-time user from US writes:
Ok, just got this a couple days ago for $270 and I'm VERY impressed. Great for sub bass and LFO tricks. It's also kinda interesting to run a drum loop through the trigger inputs and play with the filters. BTW I drew out a template to save patches on, so if anyone wants a copy just email me.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Sep-20-2001 at 03:09
sj mojo a professional user writes:
well,i've just joined the cs15 owner family.so i can say this is the great synth,good sound,tho thinner than the american big deep synths,but it got its own character,2vcos,2vcfs giving u more possibilities on sound programming,u can even treat it as a bi-timbral synth(2cv/gtae ins!)and the only drawback imo is lacking the hold switch of the eg as on the cs10,but its got 2 seperate inital level instead.but be careful to use this,and always turn them down if u only want a off-release sound,otherwise,the continous sound is quite annoying.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jul-04-2001 at 13:54
Avi Nissim a professional user from Israel writes:
Hi guys! We love this synth to, as we do with most old school synths. But this is the greatest! See ya!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Mar-09-2001 at 09:24
Nate a part-time user from USA writes:
The Yamaha CS-15 is an amazingly flexible synth, and the controls are laid out very well. There are 2 oscillators, white noise, and external signal in. You can mix up to 4 signals, route them through 2 independant selectable HP/BP/LP filters, and 2 Amps. The LFO (sine/ramp/s&h) Can modulate the VCO's, VCA's, or VCF's. Osc 2 can be detuned, and the envelopes can be inverted.. In other words, prepare to spend HOURS with it! The sound is different than anything I have heard. The 3 independant performance controllers are quite fun as well, especially the Brilliance slider, which is basically cutoff for VCO 1, 2 or both! The external input is fantastic, and there are enough in's and out's to make this play nice with other gear. Though it will always stand out.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Aug-19-2000 at 15:32
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