The Yamaha TX81Z is a rack version of Yamaha DX11 and rack-mounted (keyboard-less) frequency modulation music synthesizer, which was released in 1987. Unlike previous FM synthesizers of the era, the TX81Z was the first to offer a range of oscillator waveforms other than just sine waves, conferring the new timbres of some of its patches when compared to older, sine-only FM synths. The TX81Z has developed a famous reputation, largely based on some of its preset bass sounds. A keyboard version with more onboard editing abilities was released the following year as the Yamaha DX11.

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  • The Yamaha TX81Z is a rack version of Yamaha DX11 and rack-mounted (keyboard-less) frequency modulation music synthesizer, which was released in 1987. Unlike previous FM synthesizers of the era, the TX81Z was the first to offer a range of oscillator waveforms other than just sine waves, conferring the new timbres of some of its patches when compared to older, sine-only FM synths. The TX81Z has developed a famous reputation, largely based on some of its preset bass sounds. A keyboard version with more onboard editing abilities was released the following year as the Yamaha DX11. (en)
  • De Yamaha TX81Z is een digitale synthesizer, uitgebracht door Yamaha in 1987 als module of 19-inch rackversie. In tegenstelling tot andere FM-synthesizers uit dezelfde tijd, bracht de TX81Z een keuze uit een reeks golfvormen naast de gebruikelijke sinusgolfvormen. Deze eigenschap geeft hem een uniek, raspend geluid. De TX81Z heeft hierdoor een reputatie opgebouwd, grotendeels vanwege bepaalde ingebouwde klanken. (nl)
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  • The Yamaha TX81Z is a rack version of Yamaha DX11 and rack-mounted (keyboard-less) frequency modulation music synthesizer, which was released in 1987. Unlike previous FM synthesizers of the era, the TX81Z was the first to offer a range of oscillator waveforms other than just sine waves, conferring the new timbres of some of its patches when compared to older, sine-only FM synths. The TX81Z has developed a famous reputation, largely based on some of its preset bass sounds. A keyboard version with more onboard editing abilities was released the following year as the Yamaha DX11. (en)
  • De Yamaha TX81Z is een digitale synthesizer, uitgebracht door Yamaha in 1987 als module of 19-inch rackversie. In tegenstelling tot andere FM-synthesizers uit dezelfde tijd, bracht de TX81Z een keuze uit een reeks golfvormen naast de gebruikelijke sinusgolfvormen. Deze eigenschap geeft hem een uniek, raspend geluid. De TX81Z heeft hierdoor een reputatie opgebouwd, grotendeels vanwege bepaalde ingebouwde klanken. (nl)
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