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Published on 12/08/06 at 02:38
Virtual arranger keyboard 61 keys. Gnrateur sound 128 3649 voice and instrument sounds and 116 drum sets, all ditables. Possibility of mmoriser 128 "User-styles". More than 680 styles available all ditables.
Squenceur 16 tracks
Multitude of effects: among others: chorus, reverb, delay, EQ, etc.
3.5 floppy drive and 100MB Zip
Amp 2x50 watts intgrbr /> Audio interface and MIDI Jack

UTILIZATION

Manual of over 250 pages trs explicit
Editing and sound effects Intuitive
Basic configuration very easy, only the part squenceur is a bit more complex.

OVERALL OPINION

4 years without problem, both in the private than to live music or the beautiful sound of his sound is gnrateur particulirement note (sax and trumpet sounds are rguli rately turn the head to people who want the instrument rel!)
The keyboard prcedent: A Roland E16
Report qualitPrix quite correct from the competition
Ja would do without this choice hsitation.
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