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Tyokkann Tyokkann
Published on 03/12/05 at 10:10
4 octaves arranger keyboard - 49 keys with a split point for support

12 sounds in SOLO
12 sounds mode ORCHESTRA
Possibility of SOLO ORCHESTRA + 12 = x 12 = 144 possible sounds
Polyphony: 1 note SOLO mode, mode 9 ratings ORCHESTRA; notes with nine doubles on a single note mode + ORCHESTRA SOLO
16 different rhythms accompanying
16 different styles of accompaniment styles with 2 variations for different accompaniments = 32

Master volume control
Transposition -5 / 6
Button "FILL IN" located under the speaker

Section ARPEGIO:
- Knob-independent volume arpègiator
- Button VARIATION: 2 different types of arpeggio

Section SOLO:
- Button "SOLO ON"
- Knob-independent volume
- Select Buttons sounds
- 3 Effects: Sustain to 5 levels of settings (normal not sustain, and even long-short)
Vibrato Depth (min to max)
Celeste 5 levels of settings (min to max)

Section ORCHESTRA:
- Button 'ORCHESTRA ON "
- Knob-independent volume
- Select Buttons sounds
- Sustain effect at 5 levels of settings (normal not sustain, and even long-short)

Rhythm section
- Button START and SYNC START
- Knob-independent volume
- Tempo knob
- HAND CLAP 2 buttons for 3 different Claps (Clap1, or Clap2 Clap1 Clap2 +)
- Push buttons rhythms
- Button "FILL IN CHANGE" with five different types of Fill In

AUTO BASS CHORD Section
- Knob-independent accompaniment volume
- 3 modes of accompaniments: normal, single finger chord, fingered chord
- MEMORY button
- CHANGE button to select the accompaniment mode (normal mode or with variations), 2 modes of accompaniment by style

PLAYCARD SYSTEM: readout system card containing sequences playable by the keyboard

Display the names of agreement on a digital display

Connections:
- Front: headphone jack
- Rear: Power jack
AUX stereo audio output left and right
AUX audio input mono
Expression pedal input
Sustain pedal jack
Knob Picth Bend

Dimensions: 86.1 x 25.7 x 8, Weight: 5.7 Kg

Powered by AC adapter classic 9/12V

UTILIZATION

Configuration génarale easy to wish
No editing sounds.
Very easy to use and intuitive.

OVERALL OPINION

I have owned a few months. Bought because I needed a very retro sound for some of my prods. It is an old model rather rare.
What I liked most about it is its looks really vintage kitchissime and sounds of extra times to rediscover with pleasure.
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