Yamaha SY77


The Yamaha SY77 is a digital synthesizer and music workstation released by Yamaha in 1987. It was one of the first synthesizers to combine both sample-based synthesis and FM synthesis. It was used by many popular artists, including Depeche Mode, Jean-Michel Jarre, and The Prodigy.

The SY77 is a 16-voice polyphonic synthesizer with a 61-key velocity-sensitive keyboard. It features a built-in 8-track sequencer, a built-in effects processor, and a variety of real-time controllers. It also has a variety of synthesis options, including sample-based synthesis, FM synthesis, and waveform synthesis. It also has a variety of built-in sounds, including pianos, strings, brass, and drums.

The SY77 is a powerful and versatile synthesizer that is capable of producing a wide range of sounds. It is a great choice for those looking for a powerful and versatile synthesizer that can be used for both live performance and studio recording.

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