The keyboard with aftertouch gives the CS-60 a very “musical” and “natural” touch. Yamaha CS-60 (solo), Technosaurus Selector, Roland JD.
Yamaha CS-60 solo with great ring modulation effects, Roland TR-808 and, well … the JD-800, of course.
Two samples in a row. First: CS-60 solo, Selector stereo noise, ARP-2600 “hammer” sound, OB-1 bass drum, JD-800 single layered pad. Second: CS-60 solo, Selector stereo filter sequence, JD-800 pads.
Yamaha CS-60 driven by Manikin Schrittmacher sequencer (via Kenton MIDI), Roland JD-800 pad, Technosaurus Selector filter bleep sequence fading in towards the end.
Yet another typical CS-feature. The continuous ring modulator is quite simply unique.
Well, the combination of the two filters is certainly an important feature of the vintage Yamaha CS-series. Both filters have their own resonance.
Classic Yamaha CS solo voice. Although the CS-60 is less famous than its bigger brother, it sounds excellent.