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  • btzbtz

    Kawai KC10 SpectraPublished on 01/25/06 at 14:48
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Plastic keyboard of the 90s
    Pitch, modulation, sustain, 5 octaves
    2 audio outputs, and MIDI
    SonsPCM of 44.1 in 16 bits!

    Class!
    LOL

    UTILIZATION

    The manual is in french, and I still (man ordered> see below why)

    SOUNDS

    At the time yes
    They are absolutely not ralistes
    not expressive
    The best, perhaps the section box rhythms:
    a killing for the Martians.

    Or Ah Ah!

    OVERALL OPINION

    In fact I ask for a notice of no interest to anyone:
    It's been over 15 years that I lug around me!
    I had to buy for its size in light of my master keyboard in the PRO 24 1040ST, and suddenly all my friends have pointed me zicos for their turns, until turkey!
    Vo…
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    Plastic keyboard of the 90s
    Pitch, modulation, sustain, 5 octaves
    2 audio outputs, and MIDI
    SonsPCM of 44.1 in 16 bits!

    Class!
    LOL

    UTILIZATION

    The manual is in french, and I still (man ordered> see below why)

    SOUNDS

    At the time yes
    They are absolutely not ralistes
    not expressive
    The best, perhaps the section box rhythms:
    a killing for the Martians.

    Or Ah Ah!

    OVERALL OPINION

    In fact I ask for a notice of no interest to anyone:
    It's been over 15 years that I lug around me!
    I had to buy for its size in light of my master keyboard in the PRO 24 1040ST, and suddenly all my friends have pointed me zicos for their turns, until turkey!
    Voila.
    It's good to pass evokes the ...

    Eheh

    This choice I would do without hesitation!
    Fr the 4500 era. No comment.
    LOL
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