MATRIXSYNTH: Yamaha AN1X Sounds - Part 2

Sunday, November 24, 2019

Yamaha AN1X Sounds - Part 2

Published on Nov 24, 2019 ProckGnosis

Part 1 posted here.

"This is part 2 of a lengthy listen to a great sounding and very capable virtual analog (VA) synth from Yamaha released in 1997. Jump to 1:35 to skip the intro. This is a continuation of a run through of the AN1x presets.

As I asked in the "AN1x Sounds - Part 1" video, if Yamaha made a VA this good 20+ years ago, why haven't they updated this and made an even cooler and better synth with the more capable and cheaper tech that's available now?

--AN1X Specs--
Polyphony - 10 notes
Oscillators - 2 osc: saw, variable width pulse, FM
Effects - Reverb, delay, 3-band EQ, chorus, flanger, phaser, enhancer, compressor, distortion, overdrive, amp simulator.
Filter - Resonant 12/18/24dB/oct low/band/hi pass filter + 1 more hi pass
Arpeg/Seq - Arpeg: 1 mon/poly, up, down, up/down, random; MIDI-capable. Seq: 16 steps, 1 track
Keyboard - 61 keys (with velocity and aftertouch)
Memory - 128 patches
Control - MIDI (2 parts)
Date Produced - 1997"

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