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Thread: Yamaha Cs6x_1 .vs. Jp-8000

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    sup....i wanted to know which synthesizer keyboard is better? for making beats and stuff with...i need it too make beats wid...so i could remix wid em...so which one is betta ?
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    well....

    i have both,

    i think the jp8000 has a much better sound quality.
    BUT the cs6x has more polyphony and more midi channels(multi timbral)

    if you have more synths then i say buy the jp8000 if you don't have more synths then buy the cs6x.

    there are better synths around, i say look around a little more, go to music stores and get information there, hear the sounds from difirent machines etc.

    greetings christian

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    Those are two very difrent machines its hard to compare. whenever buying a synth I look at what sounds I am missing that I want to achieve in my studio. I then usually spend a month or so reasearching and listening and playing difrent synths before buying. Once you know what you need in your studio it will be easyer to decide what to buy.


    I have used both of these synths and both sound nice.


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    finally some people who like the JP-8000...
    I have the JP-8080 (rack version of JP-8000) and damned I like it !!
    Sounds good ? WROOOOOOOOOOOOOOOW ! ! BANG KLATCH ! !

    Pier

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    i like the jp-8000 because ....... 2advanced.com uses it...and i must say he does make some sick beats wid it.....i've liked all of his beats he's made...with the jp-8000 and a drum machine....hella tight beats!!!

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    Same answer here really,

    Buy a synth for its personality, every synth sounds different, I hate songs sprawled with the same synth sounds.

    On a financial note, i guess get more for your money though bear in mind quality, the jp is a quality product though lacks in polyphony and multitimbrality, though I knew what i was buying before i bought it, I knew how lovely and warm the bass sounded, i was blown away with the feedback oscillator screaming arabic style feedbacks at me.

    I havent had the chance to check out the yammy , though if it feels right at the time buy it, I think synths , like anything, are a personal preference.

    peace

    dafluxtah

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    I think the CS6X is quite a powerfull tool for the money. Maybe I'll add one to my studio some day. The JP8000 is a bit too limited for me. I don't really think it can do much I can't do on my supernova.
    So we identify horses... with ultra!
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