The MM6 Music Synthesizer delivers all that power and more. Drawing on the same sounds of the popular pro-level MOTIF series instruments, the MM6 has a wide variety of dynamic, realistic and just plain powerful Voices to help you create amazing mu...
The MM6 Music Synthesizer delivers all that power and more. Drawing on the same sounds of the popular pro-level MOTIF series instruments, the MM6 has a wide variety of dynamic, realistic and just plain powerful Voices to help you create amazing music. The MM6 also gives you total control over your sound, with real-time tweakable knobs, and features special Patterns that provide full backing - drums, bass and chords - for your live performance and song creation. And since the MM6 is exceptionally light and portable, you can bring it anywhere and everywhere your music takes you. The MM6 gives you: - Super-high-quality sounds - Tons of real-time control - Dynamic music creation tools-including automatic Pattern and Arpeggiator generators - Performance Memory for instantfull-panel setting changes - Versatile song recording features -with eight normal tracks and one Pattern track - Convenient, easy-to-use data storage solutions
I bought this used for about $200 and have gotten my money's worth for certain. Performance banks are great for live setting, since the voice banks are a bit hard to negotiate otherwise. I definitely appreciate the voices it comes with. The rhythm bank is relatively useless to me. Since my ownership, the display screen has given out, but i luckily learned where my preferred voices were before that happened (and I consult the manual whenever I need a new one). Would recommend!
I always wanted a Yamaha Motif and ended up getting this which is close but no cigar. It doesn't have the pattern loop function and computer interface I want but could still be used with a DAW or DAT.
**SOLD AUGUST 23, 2016** $325
Why oh why did I ever let that one go?? Well, I know why: the keys were killing my fingers, and lugging it around was killing my back! Still I wish I had it back, just for nostalgia. Anyways, the MM6 has several 70's-ish elec piano sounds, and its grand piano is awesome, esp recorded direct into iPad music programs. Just playing around but you may hear from me...;_)