|Dates||1990 - ?|
|Synthesis type||4-Operatoren-FM Digital Frequency modulation 12-bit Digital 1 MB Samplebased Rom - 22 kHz Sample-based Vector|
|Keyboard||61 keys, velocity-sensitive, channel aftertouch|
|Left-hand control||Pitch-bend, modulation wheel, Vectorstick x,y (Controller #15, #16)|
The SY22 is a combined FM/sample-based synthesizer introduced by Yamaha in 1990, building on the vector synthesis technology developed by Sequential Circuits prior to their demise and takeover by Yamaha in 1987. A joystick allows the user to 'morph' between four different sound sources; two FM, and two sample-based. These joystick movements can be recorded and repeated for each note played.
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