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Yamaha Disk Orchestra (1990?)
« on: December 21, 2018, 09:16:41 AM »


With the dramatic growth in the home digital piano market, Yamaha have introduced the DOM30 Disk Orchestra Module to supplement the range of sounds and rhythms available to the home player. The DOM30 includes a drum machine, effects processor, sequencer, and tone generator.

Spec-wise, it shapes up with 1 sounds, 44 PCM percussion sounds, 4 modes of reverb, an 11-track (1 music; 1 rhythm) sequencer, 3.5" floppy disk drive, 6 song capacity, and compatibility with the Yamaha Disklavier Orchestra Collection. Price £749. The DRC20 at £375 offers the sequencer section only of its big brother.

Also from Yamaha comes a new digital piano in the shape of the YFP70. It features AWM tone generation, reverb, and auto-accompaniments, rhythm patterns, and an onboard sequencer.