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  • rfabrfab

    A marvel

    Cavagnolo MIDY 20Published on 11/01/14 at 02:47
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Button accordion master keyboard with 120 rating right hand and left hand 120 ratings.
    Velocity sensitive, AfterTouch, viewing on LCD, 2 sliders, 4 inputs for analog pedals, 4 switch pedal jacks, wheel pitch bend, modulation wheel ....
    The Midy20 has 15 factory keyboards (Italian-bass, bass, Italian singing, singing, bank ....)
    Everything is customizable and memorable with tape backup if needed, you can even create your own keyboard layouts
    It also has 4 MIDI connectors (2 out, 1 in, 1 thru)
    It can even connect to a Minitel provided for this purpose in order to view the entire output of the publishing pages.
    The touch is very nice

    Rating: 10

    UTILIZATION

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    Button accordion master keyboard with 120 rating right hand and left hand 120 ratings.
    Velocity sensitive, AfterTouch, viewing on LCD, 2 sliders, 4 inputs for analog pedals, 4 switch pedal jacks, wheel pitch bend, modulation wheel ....
    The Midy20 has 15 factory keyboards (Italian-bass, bass, Italian singing, singing, bank ....)
    Everything is customizable and memorable with tape backup if needed, you can even create your own keyboard layouts
    It also has 4 MIDI connectors (2 out, 1 in, 1 thru)
    It can even connect to a Minitel provided for this purpose in order to view the entire output of the publishing pages.
    The touch is very nice

    Rating: 10

    UTILIZATION

    The program is accessible and explicit manual.
    Programming can be pushed for the scope of capabilities of the machine

    Rating: 9

    OVERALL OPINION

    That's 4 years since I played with this keyboard and I find it very enjoyable. Cavagnolo the quality found.
    I prefer to keypads or Elka organs which have a keypad left hand 'brittle' who is used to playing with an accordion. In this regard the MIDY20 adjusts the angle of the keyboard left hand to suit the preferences of the musician.

    Rating: 10
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