Reverse engineer the SYEMB06?

The Yamaha SY85 is a digital music workstation introduced in 1992. Unlike other Yamaha synthesizers of the time (SY77 and the SY99) the SY85 does not use FM synthesis. Instead, its sounds are based on samples, which can be layered and modified to create new sounds.

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Re: Reverse engineer the SYEMB06?

Unread post by Clyde » Sun Jan 16, 2011 2:26 am

I think it's awesome that it has been so sucessful!
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Re: Reverse engineer the SYEMB06?

Unread post by parametric » Sun Jan 16, 2011 3:02 am

shadowmask wrote:Recently I sourced parts for a new batch of clones in much larger quantities reducing the overall price of the SYEMB06 clone. As of a few days ago the price is down to £25.
Brian, you are a star, Sir!

Given the hard times we are in, others might have omitted the bit about reduced cost (IYKWIM) 8O

(Sweet16 continues to work well, as do the pair of SYEMB06s!)

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