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Charlico Charlico

«  AUDYA 8 is a SUPER KEYBOARD »

Publié le 08/02/11 à 09:41
Keyboard Accordion, 4 octaves

He has an effects section? yes with a vocalise for a micro
and any possible effects

What connections (audio, MIDI ...)? 4 assignable outputs 2 output R / L
Digital Output, Video Out, Midi Through Out IN1 and IN2, via PC USB, USB

How many sounds and styles available?
Are they edited? YES everything is editable

Sampler, EDIT Wav, Mp3, DJ Loop ...

Audio: 360 MB PCM Wavetable. 384 New Styles. Stereo & Multilayer Voices.
Its 384 GM2. Multitimbral 32 shares.
Polyphony: 197 notes.

UTILIZATION

The general configuration is it simple? YES

Editing sounds and effects is it easy? YES

The manual is clear and sufficient? Not detailed enough

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 2 months
The sound is great
The live-too realistic Guitars
Change sounds live fast
Many Styles

the least: just the weight, 20Kg with the case is heavy 4am

For the price a little expensive but worth the expense

With experience, the choice would you do? A BIG YES

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