MATRIXSYNTH: Amazing Yamaha DX7 analog patches demo V2 – Van Halen Jump, Rush Subdivisions, U.K., Berlin + BONUS!

Friday, April 21, 2017

Amazing Yamaha DX7 analog patches demo V2 – Van Halen Jump, Rush Subdivisions, U.K., Berlin + BONUS!


Published on Apr 21, 2017 Power DX7

"This is a re-mastered version of the original Yamaha DX7 analog patches demo video. Except for U.K. Alaska, all songs include bass, drums and other additional tracks. This video also include a bonus track that you haven't seen it before.

All DX7 patches featured are created and fine-tuned by myself, using my DX7 front panel only (no patch editor used). I hope you enjoy this video and hope to inspire you that the DX7 is the truly powerful and versatile ‘pure’ synthesizer of all time.

Video Contents - Not in an order

Berlin, Masquerade
With added bass, guitar, FX and drum tracks, they bring the song to life! The modulated string pad is an emulation of the Prophet - 5 string pad that was used for the original song.

Rush, Subdivisions
It includes a brand new Oberheim OB-X like synth brass sound (soft and mellow like the original). It also features a female choir pad.

Van Halen, 1984 & Jump
Beautiful, warm and rich Oberheim synth (e.g., OB-X and OB-Xa) string and brass patches are faithfully created. It is amazing how the Yamaha DX7 sounds are so close to sounds from Oberheim synths. Also, it can mimic filter sweeping, creating analogue-like, yet uniquely DX7 sounds.

U.K., Alaska
This DX7 analog patch is uniquely DX7 with its’ FM synthesis engine. It ‘s a very powerful DX7 synth brass sound with ‘ear-piecing’ mid-range harmonics as well as it’s own flanging effect.

Bonus Track: Rush - Tom Sawyer
This song was the main feature of the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame 2013. It includes a filter sweep, bass, MiniMoog thick lead, pad and drums."

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