The DX7 V accurately models the digital FM synthesizer that became synonymous with the sound of the ‘ 80s. Our improvements add more all for the new DX7 V is a sound for all time.
In 1983, the DX7 changed the world of music. Today, the DX7 V gives you the power to change it again.
Nothing says “80 as the sound of the DX7”. Our authentic recreation provides the same technology and digital sounds that gave the instrument a revered place in the history of keyboards and contemporary music. However, we did not stop to replicate, we returned to imagine. New operator waves, extensive modulation additions, arpeggiator and FX chains on board exponentially increase your chances of sound. For bonus points, an intuitive graphical interface makes what was once a daunting task of programming is a creative joy today.
We put booster rockets on the instrument that created countless hits of the 80s can now create the final sounds of today and tomorrow.
The inimitable sound of FM
Your music is unique. So is the sound DX7 V.
Synthesis of frequency modulation (FM) operates by modulating a waveform with another to produce much more complex than their analog brothers harmonic profiles. These sounds ranging from acoustic and organic sounds to synthetic and mechanical energies ranging from subtle to radical along the way. Thanks to a wide predefined library, you need not be an expert in FM to help achieve that sonic power. The DX7 V comes complete with a library of all the sounds of FM brand signature 80 as electrical, low pianos, marimbas, synths and more, plus an extensive battery of new sounds of our sound design team elite.
Whether you are looking for the familiar sounds that put FM synthesis on the map or draw new territories, the DX7 V is the ultimate digital synthesizer must have in your collection of keyboards.
Release Notes – 220.127.116.118
No more crashes when searching presets
No more stuck notes when the sustain pedal is used in unison
envelopes modulation / looping tuning now reset the message “AllNoteOff”
Support improved SysEx