We’ve stumbled across a demo video of the very rare Yamaha DX5, a machine which sits somewhere between the more famous DX1 and DX7 synths.
And we’ve got to say, it sounds fat. The DX5 actually sports dual 6-operator FM synth engines, effectively giving it the power of two DX7s. Yummy.
Yep, that’s FM all right. Watch the very rare Yamaha DX5 in action thanks to a demo video from Youtube user CLASSIC VINTAGE.
In most other facets, this keyboard is basically a more affordable rendition of the DX1, the difference being a lack of heavy wood panelling and ployphonic aftertouch on the keys.
Check it out below. Headphones recommended, obviously.
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