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Orla Piermaria Concorde 450
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Orla Piermaria Concorde 450

Organ from Orla .

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Orla Piermaria Concorde 450Published on 03/26/09 at 02:59
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I use it for 2 years now. It's a synth as you can see buttons or button accordion. IT is fitted with 4 octaves in the right hand of 5 lines and the left hand is a 120 bass.
As for controllers, there is the pitch modulation and sustain. and its dual RCA outputs, 2 pedals, between noon and one. There is also an entry for a map.
Basically everything needs a synth.

UTILIZATION

When is use, it is fast, the sound is very easy aslectionn. THERE is no catch but that is enough. It can mix multiple sound conjuction.

SOUNDS

The sound is not sensational. but for a rough part of components it's all good. A good organ with drawbars and effect on the organ chorus tremolo and click attack.......
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I use it for 2 years now. It's a synth as you can see buttons or button accordion. IT is fitted with 4 octaves in the right hand of 5 lines and the left hand is a 120 bass.
As for controllers, there is the pitch modulation and sustain. and its dual RCA outputs, 2 pedals, between noon and one. There is also an entry for a map.
Basically everything needs a synth.

UTILIZATION

When is use, it is fast, the sound is very easy aslectionn. THERE is no catch but that is enough. It can mix multiple sound conjuction.

SOUNDS

The sound is not sensational. but for a rough part of components it's all good. A good organ with drawbars and effect on the organ chorus tremolo and click attack. The organ got my sound likeable.
I was going to forget the battery with internal rhythms nice break with two each. The rhythm is very very cheesy, but it sounds good banging!
Basically for those who love the old school sounds or sounds of organs will y.
It also has good bass, not attention from analog all the same lol ...
As for effects, they are two in number: delay and reverb. They are on the GENERAL AND ditable are pat. It's always the same even for delay of the reverb, it's just the mix with gnral changing.
When was the phrase that the pedals and pitch. Moreover, the pitch is not great.

Basically internal sounds pretty old, but that's what I was looking for.

OVERALL OPINION

I conclude, I bought it did not work then 50 euros. And I'm not. C'tait just because the memory of the silent keyboard out. Changing the battery and off you go again.
Firstly it has a keyboard touch that I characterizes the medium. This is probably owed to the fact that c'tait the first time I used a synth and accordion that touch at least for mine has nothing to do with a traditional accordion ( The mine is an excellent Pieramaria musette said in passing). When the interior I scream with joy ... No small pice for anything that breaks no frills, solid quality and good at all. The internal electronics has nothing to do with what can be done now. So his fragile objects rumor, I do not agree. If there lends a minimum of attention (as with any instrument for that matter) it will long be with you.
I use it not as an accordion but as a MIDI keyboard, to make the elctro dub. Button accordion and synth, even if a will to laugh is the king of electro dub: the right hand melody, left hand bass line and rhythm .. . Basically what make a good start for dfrichage.

So for my part I will board keyboard, but not more than 300 euros, as is often the case. In fact this keyboard turns more often around 800/850 euro (Contrary to the argus Audiofanzine). In the meantime if you just want a MIDI keyboard, there are old Cavagnolo noon (so without the house) for less than 100 euros, which are also very good.

In conclusion, for the price I will take exactly the same keyboard, because once I rpar (and has no t so simple to find that little breakdown ... lol) I am appropriate and I love it! So I put my 10 but it is very subjective. But for 50 euros a synth accordion Midi in unthinkable!
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  • Manufacturer: Orla
  • Model: Piermaria Concorde 450
  • Category: Organs
  • Added in our database on: 01/04/2008

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