Yamaha RM1x Sequence Remixer

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The RM1x is a great new pattern based instant dance music machine! It sounds great! The patterns are perfect and inspiring forms of trance, house, hardcore and more with tons of great analog-like sounds and drum kits. The RM1x also features plenty of effects, filters, knobs, and MIDI control. The patterns have a whopping 16 parts (that you can drop-in or out in real-time performances) for lavish and professional productions. Making dance music has never been easier!

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For those of you who want to get a little deeper into creating your own tracks, patterns and sounds, there is more. As if the awesome preset patterns aren't enough for you, creating your own 'phrases' is easy. You can modify a phrase's variation, instruments, sounds, tempo, filtering, LFO, and effects until you've morphed it into something of your own. Then store it into one of the 50 user patches. Creating an entire song is also pretty easy. Knobs, mutes, and patterns can be changed on the fly or meticulously programmed in. For the best all-in-one music box that will make you famous for a day - chose the RM1x over the rest! It is used by Apollo 440, Crystal Distortion, and Signal Electrique.

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76 Visitor comments
Bianca Malise
April 11, 2014 @ 5:17 am
I have one to sell but I'm missing 5 dials and DC in. Anyone know where I can get the dials?
Computron
February 23, 2014 @ 9:33 am
Oh make sure if you have one or get one it has ver.1.13 os. All ver before did midi program change data you didnt want done .
computron
February 11, 2014 @ 7:55 am
For a hardware sequencer this thing is boss..it can record complex midi data of others well and use its own sounds with the data. Its own sounds are use able and its drums can get thumping with a little known how . learning curve is kinda large to do everything this box can do.if you have step seq experience you should love this.Best hardware sequencer I ever used, only draw back is the apregg. Is not tied at all to midi.design flaw. It also did not play well with a mpc it insisted on being the master
Aubrey
February 7, 2014 @ 1:46 am
Get into the sounds (the XG backend). You will be sooo surprized of the awesome sounds lurking in the background! I am about to re-build my studio after a 4 year sabbatical and mine is in nick! I seem to recall the TB-type sounds to be brutal!

cyber7
NB
January 27, 2014 @ 4:32 am
This is definitely worth to acquire only to create a midi chain of hardware synths and pretty easy to keep track. Still learning, but actually has been easier to use than the Elektron instruments, as it seems more intuitive. However, may pick-up an RS7000 because of fact it's like an RM1X on steroids, plus sampling, external input, multi midi ports, et al.
I think Yamaha really got it right with this and there ARE some sounds within that with some programming, can get some useable results. Drums are not bad either.
 
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  • The link above will take you to an eBay search for this synth to see active listings. If you don't find it there, try looking in our forum marketplace or post a wanted classified.
  • Demos & Media
  • Audio Clip 1 - WARNING! Listening to this demo may cause you to compulsively go out and purchase the RM1x now! It sounds awesome... Patterns, sounds and grooves with a hard edge!

    Manual - Download the original owner's manual here.

  • Specifications
  • Polyphony - 32-voice (tone generator), 64-note (sequencer)
  • Multitimbral - 16 parts
  • Sounds - 654 sounds, 46 drum kits
  • Filter - Low pass; cutoff, resonance, envelope
  • Effects - 11 reverbs, 11 choruses, 43 variations
  • Sequencer - 110,000 notes
  • Memory - 60 preset patterns, 50 user patterns, 20 user songs
  • Control - MIDI (16 parts)
  • Date Produced - 1999 - 2002
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