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Yamaha announces next-generation Motif synth
Yamaha has announced details of its next Motif synthesizer.
The XF is to be released in October 2010 with a similar price to current Motif XS models and is aiming to build on the success of its predecessor, reports MI-Pro.
"After the original Motif music production synthesizer was released in 2001, it was recognised as one of the best sounding music workstations on the market and went on to become a top seller," the website explained.
Last month, Yamaha issued firmware updates for both the Motif XS and the Motif Rack XS via its dedicated synth website.
The company explained that the updates are intended to iron out a couple of minor bugs and help users to ensure that they are getting the most out of their systems.Â
ÂPosted on 4 Aug 2010 07:50 to category : Instruments News
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