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  • jembozzojembozzo

    the keyboard he had to have

    Ensoniq TS12Published on 06/09/12 at 05:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    88-key hammer
    for the rest I let you see the post above

    UTILIZATION

    yeah this is fastoche
    there are two modes

    sounds: or you can stack up to 6 types of samples to create one, each with their edition

    then preset:
    or you can stack up to three sounds (a total of 18 samples on each other)

    just click or double click to stack sound programs
    everything is simple, under the eyes, just read a little record that is very detailed

    SOUNDS

    Then I play acoustic
    compare what is comparable to the time, because it has been 20 years this keyboard

    any other keyboard at the time, I say no, does not compete with the TS for quality sound

    pianos, strings, brass, organ…
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    88-key hammer
    for the rest I let you see the post above

    UTILIZATION

    yeah this is fastoche
    there are two modes

    sounds: or you can stack up to 6 types of samples to create one, each with their edition

    then preset:
    or you can stack up to three sounds (a total of 18 samples on each other)

    just click or double click to stack sound programs
    everything is simple, under the eyes, just read a little record that is very detailed

    SOUNDS

    Then I play acoustic
    compare what is comparable to the time, because it has been 20 years this keyboard

    any other keyboard at the time, I say no, does not compete with the TS for quality sound

    pianos, strings, brass, organs, drums, bass, killing all
    with the famous multi effect processor which allows to make sounds sick

    when we play live and we do pop, it needs only the sounds of these
    piano, electric piano, violins, organs, brass, and low

    I confess that I cheat a bit for brass because I used the samples of my eps
    and yes, you can read samples of eps, and Asr with ts, and they can edit and effects you want it

    short, it was time for the sound of death
    and elsewhere until today, I always play with live
    He has never let go, and although beaten in sound on the grounds yamaha pianos, organs and by triton, in brass and strings, I'm always in front, it sounds better, is nothing to say
    ditto for the low, low I sick with my TS, period

    So we can put him note max, considering the fact that he is always on top compared to the current keyboards on some sounds

    OVERALL OPINION

    20 years, every day on stage, never a failure
    just two pitch bend and modulation I've broken, but it's my fault

    the better is the sound and ease of use
    as well as its strength
    bah for the time it was expensive (23,000 francs), but what investment
    20 years since I played with!!

    I not only remake that choice, but I was especially proud to be one of the only ones to have done
    against all other personnel assembled bought the crap of the day
    I mean the M1 and all that surrounded him

    the only downside, its weight
    28kgs I think
    really, I'm tired of wearing the
    I pass on because tomorrow my ts return to my home studio

    voila, he has earned his retirement
    sacred keyboard even when
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