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61-key synth with the heart of a MONTAGE, but greater mobility.
MODX gives you the confidence to take on any project, gig or musical exploration with amazing sound.Thanks to the combination of Yamaha’s two amazing synthesizer technologies: Advanced Wave Memory 2 (AWM2) and Expanded Frequency Modulation (FM-X). The result is a world of sound not possible with a single synth engine. Add to that a world of performance features and a lightweight design that can go just about anywhere with you, the MODX Series expands on the sophistication and inspiration that Yamaha keyboards are known for. MODX also features Yamaha’s proprietary Motion Control, which adds an unprecedented amount of movement to its AMW2 and FM-X combination sound engines.
Combined Synth Engines MODX Keyboards feature the best of both worlds. Incorporating Yamaha’s Advanced Wave Memory 2 (AWM2) and Expanded Frequency Modulation (FM-X) sound engines, you get an exciting blend of sampled-based and FM synthesis technologies wrapped into one powerful instrument. AWM2 uses a combination of high-quality sound recordings with a powerful synthesizer engine to create stunning emulative acoustic instruments, synth sounds, drums and more. FM-X is a unique, expressive, highly programmable synthesis technology for dynamic music creation and sound design. At a basic level, FM-X works by using one sound to change (modulate) the pitch (frequency) of another. This method lends itself to creating harmonically rich and expressive sounds.
AWM2 works by breaking down sound into Elements. Elements can by layered for a thicker sound, split across various parts of the keyboard, switched in and out based on how hard you play, randomized and much more. Elements can also be shaped in terms of loudness, timbre and pitch and processed with high-quality DSP. AWM2 offers highly dynamic and expressive sound with unparalleled fidelity.
Music that Moves You A MODX Performance has up to 16 Parts. A Part can be a stand- alone instrument like an acoustic bass or a synth lead. A Part can also be a component of a more complex sound. For example, an orchestral performance might use a single Part just to re-create the violin section. MODX continues the tradition of inspiring musicians to discover, create and control their own unique sound. The real-time control capabilities in MODX allow dynamic changes to your music. Orchestral brass swells that not only get louder but larger, textures that fade-in sounds while fading-out others or dynamic changes to multiple effect parameters simultaneously. This level of control empowers uniqueness where your approach to MODX is yours alone.
Using the MODX Motion Control Synthesis Engine allows precise, interactive control over all aspects of FM-X giving almost unlimited synthesis possibilities. The Super Knob is a powerful real-time macro controller. With the Super Knob, you can direct individual dynamic elements into a single musical expression. You can also change the shape of notes from long to short, bright to dark or move a player from being right next to you to the back of a concert hall. Like the Super Knob, the Motion Sequencer is like having an additional set of hands automatically interacting with the sound.
61-note semi-weighted keybed perfect for synth players
Motion Control Synthesis unifies and controls AWM2 and FM-X sound engines
Super Knob controls multiple parameters simultaneously
Send 10/receive 4 audio channels plus 16 channels of MIDI via a single USB cable
Live Sets allow Performance organization without copying, changing order or renaming
4-Part Seamless Sound Switching: change Performances while holding notes without sound or effect cutoff
Motion Sequences drive synthesizer parameters through rhythmic control data you can interact with in real time