MATRIXSYNTH: YAMAHA SY35 Vector Synthesizer 1992 | HD DEMO

Tuesday, August 13, 2019

YAMAHA SY35 Vector Synthesizer 1992 | HD DEMO

Published on Aug 13, 2019 AnalogAudio1

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I played the YAMAHA SY35 without any additional effects or eq.

The vector synthesizer Yamaha SY35 came out 1992 and was the successor of the successful SY22. The SY35 has partly new/different waveforms, new and better drum samples (16-bit).

Although instruments like Roland D-50 and Kawai K-1 have joysticks to mix parts of the sound, they are not vector synths. A real vector synth can reproduce the vector moves within a sound program.

The SY35 is a quite simple but effective vector synthesizer - simple to use and to program. No filters. One sound consist of 2 or 4 elements 2 FM (4-op frequency modulation) and 2 AWM (sample playback). You can record a vector move into a patch and play it back with a keystroke. You could edit and loop the vector moves, edit the speed... you can achieve some really interesting, dynamic sounds. Built in effect processor for reverb and delay. The effects can not be tweaked.

You hear sounds created by me and some factory presets."

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