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Yamaha Electone CN1000
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Yamaha Electone CN1000

Organ from Yamaha belonging to the Electone series.

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Yamaha Electone CN1000Published on 07/24/08 at 05:01
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
49-key keyboard not appreciably VLOC.
Connections: headphones, Aux Out, MIDI In ITEM No. Intgr volume pedals.
A slider up or down several tones, like a pitch wheel.
An amplifier is the indoor foot. The chest containing the keyboard can be spar with his foot and dconnect of the amp. Note that the volume pedals works great when the amp is unplug.
CN-1000 includes three sections:
- Orchestra with 12 polyphonic sounds (Jazz Organ, Pipe Organ, Brass, Strings, Jazz Flute, Clarinet, Reed, Music Box, Piano, Harpsichord, Jazz Guitar, Vibes)
- 12 solo monophonic sound (Piccolo, Organ, Trumpet, Oboe, Clarinet, Violin, Synth, Banjo, Piano, Harpsichord, Vibes Guitar).
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49-key keyboard not appreciably VLOC.
Connections: headphones, Aux Out, MIDI In ITEM No. Intgr volume pedals.
A slider up or down several tones, like a pitch wheel.
An amplifier is the indoor foot. The chest containing the keyboard can be spar with his foot and dconnect of the amp. Note that the volume pedals works great when the amp is unplug.
CN-1000 includes three sections:
- Orchestra with 12 polyphonic sounds (Jazz Organ, Pipe Organ, Brass, Strings, Jazz Flute, Clarinet, Reed, Music Box, Piano, Harpsichord, Jazz Guitar, Vibes)
- 12 solo monophonic sound (Piccolo, Organ, Trumpet, Oboe, Clarinet, Violin, Synth, Banjo, Piano, Harpsichord, Vibes Guitar).
- Auto-accompaniment styles including 12 with battery arpges of lead and bass synth. A memory key enables the maintenance of the agreement. A small screen shows the agreement that is played. Fill In A touch can make transitions.

It is possible to use his orchestra and his solo surpos with the possibility of rgler the volume of each party and the sustain of each sound. Although sr, we can use only the orchestra or solo. By combining two sounds, it broadens the range of sounds but it's not a good synthtiseur sr.

CN-1000 is distinguished by the fact Intgr prsence a chorus or tremolo that can be applied to the volume gnral or excluding the auto accompaniment.

A slot allows you to drag cards learning the piano. To my regret, I have not got hold of these cards. I guess they lit LED above the buttons.

UTILIZATION

Keyboard trs simple to understand. If necessary, the manual is on the net

SOUNDS

Sounds are cheap, like on my Yamaha PS-20, and what is its charm. The sounds are not ralistes, a must really be the small sample.
The bote rate is close to the PS-20 and will delight fans of old school rhythm. I like the easy button Fill In CASC during the game

OVERALL OPINION

30 bought in a flea market. I flash on the wooden chest. I SPAR gear their foot because I did not asssez room in my home studio. I like the pedals but the cable volume is unfortunately short trs.
By comparing it with my Yamaha PS-20, I would say that Labor is more than the latter, finally, with the possibility to stack two sounds and especially the rglage of sustain that can finally be done manually. The effect is Intgr trs warm colors agrablemenent the ropes.
A nice opportunity for the price I got it I keep it. Fun for small compositions, it is an instrument INTERESTED.
Too bad the keyboard is not the sensitive VLOC. It is regrettable that a knob to tune the master rgler prevents ask directly onto the instrument dbarrass of his foot, as the outputs that are also under the instrument. I had to buy plastic furniture legs and screw underneath.
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  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: Electone CN1000
  • Series: Electone
  • Category: Organs
  • Added in our database on: 05/31/2008

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