yamaha RX-5 well.. not analogue, 12bit ..
there is an Env in it and you can set the pitch.. that heped a lot making "new" sounds, especially lofi stuff.. there was a 808 card available.. well mine broke down in the 80ies caused by the card .. 12bit series of RX5 drum machines, the smaller ones (beside RX7+RX5) were quite simple ones..
the RX series in general: RX5, RX7 and the small RX21 were rom-based drum machines for the "mass market".. the rx5 was the top model and for the time it was released (mid 80ies)
<-- RX17 thx to haesslich.
the followup systems were the RM50 and RY drum machines (RY30 may be the most known one..)
very cool for metallic beats.. industrial etc. (had one in the late 80ies/early 90ies)
YAMAHA 01V96 mixing desk
YAMAHA 02R mixing desk
Software (2.0 TC special) :
1) TC unity - FX (2 FX blocks (TC M2000) ) and ADAT interface - recent OS for tc and the 02R is supplied with the tc unity card! there was a version available without adat interface...
2) module 8x analog ins and outs
the features :
-EQ per channel (4 EQ bands)
-compressor per channel
-surround modes ( 4.0 to 5.1 and more..)
-8mal phantom power..
-2x internal Effects (SPX1000) (additional to those tc FX blocks!!!)
8x aux - 4fach EQ ...
TC unity FX - analog inputs / outputs card
YAMAHAS CURRENT DIGITAL MIXING SOLUTIONS..
modular mixers the dme64n ...