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  • minimumvitalminimumvital

    Armon P100Published on 05/30/07 at 04:00
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    A lot of nostalgia at the sight of this picture.

    Indeed, it is with this camera, bought at great expense by my parents in the summer of 1979, I started learning the keyboard at the age of 14.

    This is an Italian organ type "apartment", typical of 70 years.

    UTILIZATION

    Sounds produced by blending presets for two keyboards with built-in HP (mono), drum machine, effects ("Special Section") including chorus (rather phasing in fact) + reverb (reverb false, rather an extension of the decay waveforms).

    SOUNDS

    Despite all the emotion that was able to procure the purchase of this instrument (bought without even trying I was so naive and impressed by the seller at the time!…
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    A lot of nostalgia at the sight of this picture.

    Indeed, it is with this camera, bought at great expense by my parents in the summer of 1979, I started learning the keyboard at the age of 14.

    This is an Italian organ type "apartment", typical of 70 years.

    UTILIZATION

    Sounds produced by blending presets for two keyboards with built-in HP (mono), drum machine, effects ("Special Section") including chorus (rather phasing in fact) + reverb (reverb false, rather an extension of the decay waveforms).

    SOUNDS

    Despite all the emotion that was able to procure the purchase of this instrument (bought without even trying I was so naive and impressed by the seller at the time!), I must say that this organ sounds as Gammell!

    Yes, it is an organ Italian, but you'd think it produces sounds like "Farfisa" vintage.

    Not at all, it is difficult to describe sounds "hollow", "transparent", "bland", in short, is the digest of zero, and in this category can not be made worse.

    Ultimately, it would make it so endearing it's ever heard!

    OVERALL OPINION

    The value given to this device is fed to me a huge dose of nostalgia, which is why I love it despite all the evil I say!
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