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Yamaha Pro Audio Synthesisers & Sound Modules

Yamaha is a company known throughout the world for its manufacturing and engineering excellence. As well as their famous auto products, they also produce a large range of musical instruments and pro audio equipment.

One of the most famous names in the synthesiser sound boom of the late 1970s and early 1980s, Yamaha pioneered various different types of synthesisers, more commonly known as synths. 

Yamaha keyboards and sound modules could be seen being played on stage or on television performances by a large number of so called synth bands. They are also still widely in use today.

Types of Yamaha synthesisers and sound modules

The whole range stretches to many different models, which includes but is not limited to:

Yamaha DX11 synthesiser – One of the classic DX range, this synthesiser may come with its own case

Yamaha DX7 synthesiser – Another example from the famous DX range of keyboards

Yamaha midi sound module – For using with the type of instruments that come with a MIDI interface

Yamaha CS-5 synthesiser – Another type of synthesiser with keyboard made by Yamaha

Yamaha TX sound module – This is another range of sound modules for pro audio recording, the TX range features multiple different models

Yamaha synthesiser tone generator – For creating specific types of tone and sound effects for the music you are making

Vintage Yamaha synthesisers – Essentially any synth or Yamaha keyboard from the 1970s or 1980s can be classified as a ‘vintage’ model

Benefits of Yamaha synthesisers and sound modules

Style – Yamaha are well-known for producing keyboards and sound module instruments that people like looking at

Quality – Yamaha equipment is widely used around the world for the quality of the sound it produces

Versatile – The range of equipment available gives you multiple options for the sounds you wish to create

Branded Yamaha pro audio equipment is used by many sound recording and music professionals, so you know you can recreate the same type of sounds as you hear on a lot of recorded music.

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