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Re: YAMAHA SPX 990 (1993) Professional Multi Effect Processor
« Reply #1 on: June 19, 2020, 03:35:14 AM »
In this archive page you will find how to get presets from famous sounds or famous engineers for your SPX990 which is still an excellent machine today

https://web.archive.org/web/20020606160731/http://www.yamaha.co.jp/product/proaudio/homeenglish/effects/spx990/introduction.html


Extraordinary Effects With 20-bit Sound

Yamaha's SPX990 Professional Multi-effect Processor offers unprecedented signal-processing quality and control.
20-bit A/D and D/A conversion ensure professional-quality sound, while a versatile three-stage effect configuration makes it easy to achieve the "polished" sound that professional applications demand. It also features a true stereo (2-in/2-out) configuration that is ideal for processing stereo sources. The SPX990 has 80 preset effect programs that are ready to use, or you can edit the presets and store the results in any of 100 internal memory locations. The SPX990 also accepts external memory cards that can store up to 100 effect programs each. A range of new effects makes the SPX990 more expressive than ever: totally natural reverb, various pitch change effects, tempo-based delays, and much, much more.
In "PROFESSIONALS' VOICES" world-famous producers as well as recording and mixing engineers describe how they use the powerful SPX990 to program their own original effects. Their opinions present you with new ideas and helpful suggestions for taing full advantage of the advanced features and high precision of your SPX990.

CONTENTS
David A. Bianco - "TIGHT ROOM", "FUZZY WUZZ HE"
Ed Cherney - "LADY IN CANYON", "GIZMO LITE", "SNARE THWACKER"
Joe Chiccarelli - "SEATTLE GARAGE", "FUNK SN ROOM", "SPECTOR PLATE", "SHORT DARK ROOM", "'BADGE' LESLIE"
Adrian Lee - "ROCK GUITAR", "MIDIROTOR CN 1&4", "USE MIDI! FABGATE", "WHAT METAL1 MC4", SHAFT! WAH MC4"
Roger Nichols - "STEELY LEAD", "STEELY VOX", "STEELY PAD VERB", "SUMWHEN IS MUSIC", "PHONE GNOME"
Alan Parsons - "ALAN'S CATHEDRAL", "ALAN'S LIVE ROOM", "PARSONIC HALL", "LEFT I/P WALKERS L -> R", "AL'S GENTLE ADT"
Youth - "DUB PLATE", "BUBBLY", "WIDE BPM", "SPRINGY", "CYCLOSONIC"

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