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«  Very good (for the time) »

Published on 11/01/14 at 09:59
I give a personal opinion in relation to the time of the keyboard and not a current opinion ... because apart from a few sounds still usable (sheets / piano / bass), the U-20 is completely overwhelmed.
64 factory patches + 64 card RAM, with 128 stamps.

Typical characteristics of 80/90 years, chorus reverb and delay effects are good.

UTILIZATION

How to work with this rompleur is quite different synthesizers of the time, you can "remodel" the sounds but can not create them from A to Z. The way to access the editing functions is not more logical but we made it. For example, to access the PCM cards must go through several menus and sub menus, simply by pressing the "card" button is not enough ...

SOUNDS

The sonorities are excellent, were very successful samples (I always speak in terms of its time).
The best are:
-nappes
-bells
-pianos
-Voice

Very good effects too.

OVERALL OPINION

A very solid and reliable machine with good sound, the only downside is the key contacts that oxidize quickly, too bad.
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