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  • VieilOursVieilOurs

    Fatar / Studiologic Studio 1100Published on 11/09/03 at 04:08
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hello,
    I need help trying to use a keyboard FATAR Master Studio 1100. I only have the keyboard (acquired opportunistic and do not even know how to work. You need a PC and software no doubt, but o find good software and what connection does it??
    Thank you a thousand times to give me advice

    UTILIZATION

    I do not have the manual

    OVERALL OPINION

    See comment above
  • acx577acx577

    Fatar / Studiologic Studio 1100Published on 09/16/06 at 07:16
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I bought this keyboard three years ago a friend. I possdais an SL880. I t sduit the cot compact and convenient (it's a rack MODEL)
    Connectivity: midi in, 2 out, jack for sustain and volume, external tranfo.
    4 programmable zones, two faders for volume and programming.
    2 knobs: pitch and modulation.

    Solid appearance and seriousness, especially for rack MODEL: we open the lid and hop.

    UTILIZATION

    Touch Keyboard prcis trs heavy, it can be tiring at beginners, but you get done.
    The programming is clear, fairly intuitive, especially when adj put your hands on a Fatar master keyboard. I do not have the manual.

    NB: MODEL rack is more compact than the conventional MODEL.

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    I bought this keyboard three years ago a friend. I possdais an SL880. I t sduit the cot compact and convenient (it's a rack MODEL)
    Connectivity: midi in, 2 out, jack for sustain and volume, external tranfo.
    4 programmable zones, two faders for volume and programming.
    2 knobs: pitch and modulation.

    Solid appearance and seriousness, especially for rack MODEL: we open the lid and hop.

    UTILIZATION

    Touch Keyboard prcis trs heavy, it can be tiring at beginners, but you get done.
    The programming is clear, fairly intuitive, especially when adj put your hands on a Fatar master keyboard. I do not have the manual.

    NB: MODEL rack is more compact than the conventional MODEL.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 3 years. No failure or special concern.
    The problem is that other keyboards do not support the comparison (that staff)
    Quite far from an M-Audio keyboards or other rcents.
    ON would be regretting the lack of usb, but given the age of bte ...

    A single point ngatif finally the weight!
    We can not have everything ....
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