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Yamaha S90 Synthesiser

The S90 is an 88 note balance weighted synthesiser, using the soundset of the Motif but without the sampling capability.

Pretty good as a controller keyboard, has some limitations, particularly in application of effects in multi-timbral mode and little things like being able to set keyboard sensitivity in the way you want it. 4 user assignable sliders, pitch and mod wheels and comes with software you can use on your pc via a USB cable, which also enables 64 channels of midi transfer direct. GM soundset as well as a lot of good quality Yamaha sounds. I particularly like the pads and the pianos. Strings and drums are a bit suspect in my view.

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