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The Yamaha QY70 Music Sequencer brings big sound and performance together in one small package that fits in the palm of your hand. Far from being just a simple combination MIDI tone generator/sequencer, the QY70 is an extremely powerful small-size version of Yamaha's top-of-the-line XG music powerhouse, the QY700. A completely self-contained XG music workstation with full GM compatibility, the QY70 boasts high-quality instrument and drum kit voices, full voice editing functions, quick-sketch composing capabilities, a huge database of musical phrases and Styles, three digital multi-effects processors, and many more uncompromising features which give the QY70 the power to hold its own in the most demanding of musical situations. Destined to set new standards for music production portability, flexibility and ease of use, professional musicians and composers - as well as serious students and music hobbyists - may find it the only all-around MIDI music making tool they'll ever need. Specially designed to make high-quality music creation, production and performance accompaniment a breeze virtually anywhere, the QY70 is right at home in project and professional recording studios as well as on stage. It's also an ideal backup band and practice partner that need never leave your side.


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A used Yamaha QY70 or QY100 Very cheap, battery powered, size as an old video tape. Very nice sequencer, and lots of sounds. Great small devices, I have both. I got my QY70 for $100 and the QY100 for $50...

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MIDI Sequencers - Octatrack alternative?

...controlling 16 channels. flexible but buttons tend to get hard to press on older units. qy300 -- junior version of the qy700. assemble preset midi phrases into your own creation. you can also create presets. rm1x -- a groove version of the qy700. no preset chords as on the qy300/700 but lots of options to mess...

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