Yamaha SY99


The Yamaha SY99 is a digital synthesizer and music workstation released by Yamaha in 1991. It was the successor to the Yamaha DX7II and was the first Yamaha synthesizer to feature AWM2 (Advanced Wave Memory 2) sample-based synthesis. It was used by a variety of artists, including Jean-Michel Jarre, Depeche Mode, and The Prodigy.

The SY99 features a 61-key velocity-sensitive keyboard, a built-in sequencer, and a variety of effects. It also has a built-in 16-track MIDI sequencer, a 3-band EQ, and a variety of modulation and filter options. It also has a built-in arpeggiator and a variety of real-time controllers, including a joystick and a ribbon controller. The SY99 also has a variety of expansion slots, allowing users to add additional sounds and effects.

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