Professional Keyboards - The powerful Yamaha MOX8 synth workstation serves up serious music firepower in an affordable, lightweight package. Armed with the entire sound set from Yamaha's flagship Motif XS, MOX8 gives you Yamaha's expressive 88-key Graded Hammer Action keyboard, a potent MIDI controller with extensive DAW and VST control, a multichannel USB audio interface with comprehensive computer connectivity, fast and capable onboard sequencing, a plethora of arpeggiators, boatloads of awesome-sounding effects, and a muscular software bundle. If you need a complete composer's toolkit and a superb performance machine, you'll find the Yamaha MOX8 downright inspirational.Yamaha MOX8 88-key Synth Workstation at a Glance:Never run out of sounds againRediscover the music software you already loveAwesome effects to spice up your musicNever run out of sounds againMOX8 packs the MOTIF XS soundset in its entirety - 1,270 sounds - including Yamaha's revered Concert Grand Piano! Create vintage
Synthesizer Type: synthesizers
Product Title: Yamaha MOX8 88-Key Synthesizer Workstation
Power Score: 4.6 | 7 Reviews
Keyboard Keys: 88 key
Upright Bass Type: upright basses
Frame Rate: keyboard
Synthesizer Type: synthesizers
Synthesizer Keys: 88 key
Product Reviews (7)
This is my practice and gig board, it actually replaced my Roland XP-80 and Roland Juno Stage...I love that it's very similar to my Motif ES, very compatible, so very easy to use and set up. I love the fact that it's light weight, not as light as Roland Juno but for 88 keys, it's extremely light. The only thing i dont like about the MO X is da power chord, it's not sturdy enough (for me).
By Chinamuzik on Adorama - Oct 19, 2013
Excellent instrument for the price!
I've been a Yamaha user for a number of years. Started with S90, then the S90ES. Bought this because of the virtually same features, minus the weight. Features the fabulous Motif soundbank (though I'm still using my Roland JV-880 for power horn section- why can't anyone else get this right?). The 64-voice polyphony is limiting- I wish I could set up a "big" sequence and play full-fisted piano...
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I've been a Yamaha user for a number of years. Started with S90, then the S90ES. Bought this because of the virtually same features, minus the weight. Features the fabulous Motif soundbank (though I'm still using my Roland JV-880 for power horn section- why can't anyone else get this right?). The 64-voice polyphony is limiting- I wish I could set up a "big" sequence and play full-fisted piano with it without worrying about parts/notes disappearing. Also, the other day I was trying to set up a Performance (layer) of piano & strings that would allow me to assign the strings volume to one of the assignable knobs. After poring through the manual(s), which are not very step-by-step oriented, I called Yamaha Support (always excellent). The tech told me that it wasn't possible- the only way would be to enter Edit Mode (on the fly) and affect the volume change from there!! (To his credit, the tech said he was also very surprised that this option had been left out.) Despite my small frustrations, I would heartily recommend the MOX8 to anyone looking for an entry-priced instrument that really performs!
By Blutoband on Adorama - Aug 15, 2013
Great affordable workstation
This was a very good workstation at a great price, but in the end I took it back for the better keybed/Action of the Yamaha S90XS.
By stilljb on Adorama - Aug 4, 2013
Excellent Grand Piano Sound and More
This keyboard had a fantastic grand piano sound. I found the this keyboard coupled with Yamaha Stagepas 500 PA speakers makes this as good as having 9 foot grand piano. The touch can be set in the Utility section to make the piano feel like a Steinway or
By rogers1313 on Adorama - May 14, 2013
I am going to make this straight to the point: Good: Over 1000 Great sounds, decent sound quality, easy to use sequencer(s) (linear and pattern based), good musical Ideas (128 X 2 Bank Performance presets). Plays well, with Sonar and Cubase, supports 64 a
By Mairaj on Adorama - Mar 31, 2013