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Publié le 10/01/07 à 02:35
Characteristics? super simple:

-5 Knobs (volume, tune, trabsposition, midi, sound)
-15 Sounds

Voila! it lacks a little spice is not it? So I put a bass note.

UTILIZATION

Use? but there is nothing more simple, you want a sound, you turn the knob that's all.
Want to change the midi channel you turn the knob, you want to change half a tone, you turn the knob etc ... and every time thanks to the indications you know where you are in boards. Too simple! So note

SOUNDS

This is where the bottom Blaisse, the sounds have been aged.
The piano remains usable but there are better.
The electric piano is ... hummm ... beautée monstrous is the regret that I was selling the unit, but keep it to one sound ...
The organs are zero.
Low correct.
String ... bof.

OVERALL OPINION

I think it's an expander unbreakable, it is plastoc but given the number of times it ended up in my backpack and walked forever! It must be said that it is not complicated but it is also what is right with, you do not ask questions, sound, value knob and that's it. So for me overall I liked the sound module, but the sounds were getting old.
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