Yamaha MOTIF XF8 MIDI Keyboard


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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 online 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. And now, the next generation XF builds on the decade-long heritage of MOTIF, and provides groundbreaking expansion capabilities with flash memory that will set a new standard for keyboard workstations for years to come.


Product Title: Yamaha MOTIF XF8 MIDI Keyboard

Manufacturer: Yamaha

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Power Score: 5 | 3 Reviews

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Dumped my Triton for the Motif

I dumped my Triton (now backup keyboard...sorry KG folks) for the Motix XF8 and have not been disappointed. The sound is mind blowing. I use it to sequence Everything is cool except its not touch-screen :( It is phenomenal!!! The sound is something else!

By Azexperiment on Adorama - Jun 11, 2013

The Best

I purchased my motif xf8 about 2 weeks ago. I'm not new to Yamaha, I had a motif XS8 also. No other workstation can compare, the sounds are great, easy to use, and best of all is the keybed. It has the best feel. I've owned a lot of workstations and most

By danjones on Adorama - Mar 20, 2013

Simply the best!

I actually just came off a long stint as a Roland user. I traded a 16 yr old XP-80 and a 10 yr old XV-88 in. I also traded a TS-12 Ensoniq. All this down to one keyboard, the XF-8. I am in the first week of use and am currently building my favourites list

By Makzimia on Adorama - Apr 30, 2012

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