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  • daniel hermandaniel herman

    Solton MS 10Published on 01/04/05 at 16:35
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Button accordion arranger keyboard (there are also keyboard version: MS 50, MS 60)
    GM format, standard or programmable multitimbral sound 4.
    32 groups of 8 sounds + 16 groups of 8 prrgls sounds personal.
    Register 100 + styles 10 styles programmable location in the form of patterns.
    Typical effects of GM. Squenceur house. 11 programs + user boxes rhythms.
    MIDI GM1, in 2, OUT, THROUGH. 4 audio outputs 2 stereo or mono, headphones.
    2 Speakers 2 X 100 W internal amplification.
    A floppy drive.
    1 120 left hand keyboard bass. assignable registers on the two keyboards.
    Fade out, aftertouch, key start, stop, pedals option.
    Karaoke function.

    UTILIZATION

    Efficient config…
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    Button accordion arranger keyboard (there are also keyboard version: MS 50, MS 60)
    GM format, standard or programmable multitimbral sound 4.
    32 groups of 8 sounds + 16 groups of 8 prrgls sounds personal.
    Register 100 + styles 10 styles programmable location in the form of patterns.
    Typical effects of GM. Squenceur house. 11 programs + user boxes rhythms.
    MIDI GM1, in 2, OUT, THROUGH. 4 audio outputs 2 stereo or mono, headphones.
    2 Speakers 2 X 100 W internal amplification.
    A floppy drive.
    1 120 left hand keyboard bass. assignable registers on the two keyboards.
    Fade out, aftertouch, key start, stop, pedals option.
    Karaoke function.

    UTILIZATION

    Efficient configuration, but insufficient step clear enough for some functions.
    Good ergonomics. The models for weight lev amplified.
    The manual provides fairly well explained using a simple and effective fast enough.
    The keyboard is of good manufacture, control keys registers less effective APRS prolonged use.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this keyboard for almost 10 years has been a failure due to minimal control keys rather fragile (these tend dernires hold or remain flu).
    We must not forget that the keyboard buttons also have less contact and may also in
    hang the long but this is rare.
    Question sound SOLTON which in fact is the brand KETRON (Italy) distributes Solton (Germany) the silent era in the top Contents of ratio quality price. This n'tait not the case in the past.
    The sounds of high-resolution and trs same in the best of his generation GM.
    Saxes, clarinet, flute, piano, accordion, violins and other hyper efficient.
    Least with respect to the synthetic sounds.
    quality price ratio: 6 / 10 except for the piano keyboard keys 8 / 10
    Remember that the cost of violin "button accordion" t always leve more because of the thoroughness of its manufacture.
    Finally for me is the best keyboard in the style arranger and never leaves me in the studio with piano bar, he'll need two to do well. (And date yet!)
    e MS 10 will be replaced by the MS 100 and the XD1 for larger capacitsmmoires and other sound even richer.
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  • PierreetcharlottePierreetcharlotte

    Solton MS 10Published on 01/18/05 at 05:53
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    5 button keypad ranges
    Standard Gnral twelve o'clock
    Floppy drive
    100 styles prdfinis
    2 HP 2x100 watts (practice)
    Canon LCD in two lines in height
    2 sound banks
    MIDI in and out to connect a PC (cable not included twelve o'clock)
    120 low.
    You can edit the styles but I advise you to work on computer.
    Stereo audio output to use a mixer (HP possibility to cut and plug in a headset).

    UTILIZATION

    It is heavy heavy trs! To make it boring scne dplacer.
    The manual is a bit long and quite con too. Short as read for a glimpse, you even look for and see when there is problem.
    The sounds of accordion top are not. (Compared what is happening today in Cavagnolo by noon).…
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    5 button keypad ranges
    Standard Gnral twelve o'clock
    Floppy drive
    100 styles prdfinis
    2 HP 2x100 watts (practice)
    Canon LCD in two lines in height
    2 sound banks
    MIDI in and out to connect a PC (cable not included twelve o'clock)
    120 low.
    You can edit the styles but I advise you to work on computer.
    Stereo audio output to use a mixer (HP possibility to cut and plug in a headset).

    UTILIZATION

    It is heavy heavy trs! To make it boring scne dplacer.
    The manual is a bit long and quite con too. Short as read for a glimpse, you even look for and see when there is problem.
    The sounds of accordion top are not. (Compared what is happening today in Cavagnolo by noon).
    The touch is great. Anyway as we know it does not play on a keyboard for a superb virtuosity but it's even enjoyable and fills the playing flat.
    Other sounds are correct. In fact, the best midi has to assemble the sounds for a good report. There are sounds ralistes more than others.
    I've never had trouble with before and yet I did not even tui for storage!

    OVERALL OPINION

    To give the top remains to be closer to Cavagnolo that invests a lot in R dveloppement for its products. Now I possde the Solton 10 ms and not the products of Cavagnolo but we can trust them when you see the quality of their product in acoustics.
    has been 10 years since I possde the MS10 I bought dearly in the long (more than 20 000 francs). Anyway it is the fault of dealers who make great margins. Today it would be 1000 euros! This is the opportunity because I still use it is not DMOD. I make squence pc thanks to 10 ms and the rendering is really awesome.

    So I am happy with this product trs even if now he has to make products more efficient. N'coutez not the sellers and try to find people who possdent products to get an opinion.
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