Yamaha kick starts 40 Year Synthesizer Anniversary with Special Edition White Motif XF


In 1974 Yamaha produced its first portable analogue synthesizer with the SY-1. 40 years later, they are still at the forefront of the synthesizer and workstation design and have marked the occasion with a gorgeous White Motif XF edition with 3 models available.



Soon after the original MOTIF was released in 2001 it was recognized as the best sounding, top selling and most requested music workstation on the market. Over time, it has continued to evolve and improve its expressiveness and functionality. At the same time, the online community of end users, sound programmers, software developers and product support specialists at www.MOTIFATOR.com has expanded into a vibrant on line music production community. The MOTIF breathes new life into live performances with its expressive sounds and intuitive control. In music creation, the MOTIF not only offers its own music creation capabilities, it also offers a system for integrating those capabilities with a variety of software applications.


The MOTIF XF WH is - of course - a fully up-to-date MOTIF XF with the latest OS 1.5, featuring the new HD Reverb effect algorithms and the new Amplifier Simulation and Multi FX. In short: The MOTIF XF WH is that one machine you need to produce and perform your musical ideas.

Check out more information, gallery views and full specification lists on our product pages below:




Yamaha Motif XF 61 - Special Edition White



Yamaha Motif XF 73 - Special Edition White



Yamaha Motif XF 88 - Special Edition White



Furthermore Yamaha is set to release five booklets throughout the year that give a detailed overview of the history of Yamaha synthesizers and prepare extensive information and images from the depths of the archives.



All 3 MOTIF XF WH models will begin shipping in the UK from mid-August, so place your Pre-Orders with PMT quickly to avoid disappointment!



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