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Casio Casiotone MT-65

Keyboard Arranger from Casio belonging to the Casiotone series.

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" Really cool"

Casio Casiotone MT-65Published on 11/08/12 at 14:31
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mini organ in the early 80s. Beatbox accompaniment and everything.

UTILIZATION

super simple, everything is marked above. It is solid as work since the early 80s without any flaw.

SOUNDS

Incomparable with anything that exists! Hence the interest.

OVERALL OPINION

Really cool to have this mini organ for its sounds like nothing else and the drum machine vintage. It remains an electronic instrument unique made by Casio.
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" The best of the mini organs"

Casio Casiotone MT-65Published on 09/29/11 at 11:03
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mini organ 80s.
arpeggiator, auto accompaniment.
The curve of the sounds can be changed.
very good drum machine
hp integrated.

UTILIZATION

Ultra simple, everything is under the eyes.

SOUNDS

You have to hear the sounds are unique and fit perfectly in a mix.

OVERALL OPINION

Sounds that are unlike anything else which is a plus!
the drum machine sounds like a drum machine vintage quality (roland, korg ..)
This is very useful to have this kind of machine that has become rare for its unique and inimitable.
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Casio Casiotone MT-65Published on 09/16/07 at 13:10
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A warm, well-perfect for the vintage retro8bit! Modulation, tremolo and reverb are a higher standard. If you find a flea market, go for it!

UTILIZATION

Hyper simple, Fully analog (buttons and potentiomtres everywhere! Uhmmm), and especially, strong trs!. The manual is well done, but his reading is far from being mandatory if you know what kind of bbte.

SOUNDS

It's hard to be objective is vintage rhythm box is sublime. In short, for me, perfect!

OVERALL OPINION

A beautiful instrument pretty small and trs.
My new friend!
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Casio Casiotone MT-65Published on 11/25/07 at 06:48
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Mini organ of the early 80s, so nothing to do with the mini organs following the arrival of digital synthesis and FM
Lots of buttons everywhere especially in arpeggios and something quite unique is the change in the curve of all the sounds by pressing two buttons together or separately giving two different versions of the sound.
- RCA output
- One headphone
- 20 sounds
- 12 beats
- Accompaniment
- 2 forms of sustain
- REVERB!!
- Hp and internal amplification
- Separate volume and rhythm accompaniment
- Trimming of the Agreement (the practice to align a non-granted in the right tone)
In short there is everything you need for this type of organ.

UTILIZATION

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Mini organ of the early 80s, so nothing to do with the mini organs following the arrival of digital synthesis and FM
Lots of buttons everywhere especially in arpeggios and something quite unique is the change in the curve of all the sounds by pressing two buttons together or separately giving two different versions of the sound.
- RCA output
- One headphone
- 20 sounds
- 12 beats
- Accompaniment
- 2 forms of sustain
- REVERB!!
- Hp and internal amplification
- Separate volume and rhythm accompaniment
- Trimming of the Agreement (the practice to align a non-granted in the right tone)
In short there is everything you need for this type of organ.

UTILIZATION

Could not be more simple to use, just turn and snap buttons.

The thing is pretty amazing the change curve of sounds that gives tips on some unique sounds I've heard on any other organ or synth all time.
Arpeggios are beautiful and varied, it is something sick at the level of possible combinations!

SOUNDS

The drum machine is huge for an organ of this size, it looks like just an old Roland. It provides hot and dynamic sound. In addition, the rhythms are well designed.

The instrumental sounds are warm and beautiful. It sounds electrical analog.
Also the sounds that have a real instrument name is so removed from reality that they do not imitate him and that is rather positive.

Playing with variations of curves are obtained sounds even more bizarre.
It is a pure joy to play with and test stuff.

OVERALL OPINION

It is probably "the" mini organ have to be.
It is simply unique and has been enhanced over time.

Why not to make this type of instrument?

It's very different mini organs that followed, with hundreds of sounds, but none of which is very original (unless effects to it to rot digital sound synthesis)

If you find one go for 65 meters, because it deserves its rating occasion.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Casio
  • Model: Casiotone MT-65
  • Series: Casiotone
  • Category: Keyboard Arrangers
  • Added in our database on: 09/19/2011

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