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New Yamaha Synths MX49 and MX61 Launched Today
The MX's also feature a USB Controller keyboard and USB audio, MIDI computer integration and advanced DAW and VST controller making them powerful creative tools.
They can also be used as a powerful audio interface and come bundled with a range of software including Cubase AI6, Steinberg Prologue and more.
Yamaha's Chris Irvine said, "As an instrument the MX is portable, affordable and full of inspiration. The MX is way more than just another music synthesizer, it's a complete music production solution."
The Yamaha MX Synths will be available to purchase from Gear4music.com from December 2012.
Posted on 17 Oct 2012 09:38 to category : Instruments News
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