Yamaha DX27S


Yamaha DX27S is a digital synthesizer released by Yamaha in the late 1980s. It is a hybrid synthesizer, combining both digital and analog components. It has a 61-note keyboard, 8-voice polyphony, and a variety of digital and analog synthesis techniques. It also has a built-in sequencer and a variety of effects. It has been used by a variety of artists, including Depeche Mode, The Prodigy, and The Chemical Brothers.

The DX27S works by combining digital and analog synthesis techniques. It has a variety of digital synthesis techniques, including FM synthesis, additive synthesis, and sample-based synthesis. It also has analog synthesis techniques, such as subtractive synthesis and ring modulation. The DX27S also has a variety of effects, including chorus, flanger, and delay. It also has a built-in sequencer, allowing users to create and store sequences of notes.

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