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  • Anonymous

    Ketron X1 HDPublished on 01/02/05 at 04:55
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    5octave, connectors: audio and midi, 256sons (128 banks of 2), 112 ram, 2X99styles, yes it is editable, it has an effect section, squenceur 16 tracks

    UTILIZATION

    Gnrale configuration is very simple (using live super practical) of the same is true for the edition of sounds and effects, light manual

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it since 2000, the particularity I like most are: access to the style very easy thanks to the Systm numrotation, CASC to sound banks and easier access s 48 direct sound in the section 1Touch by section against organ sounds (dashed harmonics can raliste I think lack of depth) I have tried other models (E86 ROLAND, KORG PA80 used a much more complex live) …
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    5octave, connectors: audio and midi, 256sons (128 banks of 2), 112 ram, 2X99styles, yes it is editable, it has an effect section, squenceur 16 tracks

    UTILIZATION

    Gnrale configuration is very simple (using live super practical) of the same is true for the edition of sounds and effects, light manual

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it since 2000, the particularity I like most are: access to the style very easy thanks to the Systm numrotation, CASC to sound banks and easier access s 48 direct sound in the section 1Touch by section against organ sounds (dashed harmonics can raliste I think lack of depth) I have tried other models (E86 ROLAND, KORG PA80 used a much more complex live) the ratio price quality seems good trs.
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  • poldypoldy

    Ketron X1 HDPublished on 09/17/05 at 02:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Arranger handy especially live sax sounds good etc. .. HD connectors insuffisanteet especially not the zip Roland

    UTILIZATION

    Quick and easy access

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 4 years and I'm Always enchant
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