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Yamaha DX7

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  1. a synthesizer manufactured by the Yamaha Corporation from 1983 to 1986, based on FM synthesis developed by John Chowning

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  2. Since the DX7 allows users to program different tones, it is possible to "steal" someone else's synthetic sound for use in your own piece

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  3. the first commercially successful digital synthesizer, with its sound included in many recordings from the 1980s

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  4. the moderate priced model of the DX series of FM keyboards that included the smaller DX9, DX100, DX11, DX21 and the larger DX5 and DX1

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  5. One major reason for the success was the precision and flexibility of digital sounds

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