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  • Masakun3109Masakun3109

    Farfisa MP880Published on 01/03/06 at 12:18
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Question connections are:
    => 1 mic
    => 1 headphone
    => 1 AUX
    => MIDI IN / OUT
    => TV output (DIN 6-pin proprietary connector)

    12 V supply for our 6 AA ^ ^

    It has only the 128 GM sounds and drum kits corresponding 6, unfortunately, has no effect on the customizable sounds, but few to the microphone.
    It is a sequencer built for the karaoke so it has all the functions provided for AC c.à.d:
    - Ability to mute the MIDI channel corresponding to the melody (adjustable)
    - Connecting to the TV to scroll the words

    UTILIZATION

    Good, although sometimes the buttons respond with some lag ^ ^
    Manual side, it is clear and simple ... but full of spelling mistakes!

    SOUNDS…
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    Question connections are:
    => 1 mic
    => 1 headphone
    => 1 AUX
    => MIDI IN / OUT
    => TV output (DIN 6-pin proprietary connector)

    12 V supply for our 6 AA ^ ^

    It has only the 128 GM sounds and drum kits corresponding 6, unfortunately, has no effect on the customizable sounds, but few to the microphone.
    It is a sequencer built for the karaoke so it has all the functions provided for AC c.à.d:
    - Ability to mute the MIDI channel corresponding to the melody (adjustable)
    - Connecting to the TV to scroll the words

    UTILIZATION

    Good, although sometimes the buttons respond with some lag ^ ^
    Manual side, it is clear and simple ... but full of spelling mistakes!

    SOUNDS

    Excellent drum sounds and synth, but the pianos and guitars are completely missed! It's too 'synth' precisely
    No effect on the sound, except the drums (a slight echo)
    No response to aftertouch, but otherwise it is quite sensitive to the velocity
    As I said, I prefer AVAT any drum kits, bass, synths and organs as they are quite suitable for the music I make, but there are gaps on the other instruments!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a year and a half and I, serve as a rhythm & bass expander. I also find it a bit expensive for its capabilities (100 ~ € 150 summers would have less preferable in the price of the sequencer). K
    I do not think that with the experience I do not have that choice would do, in fact, I prefer to buy a sampler that would allow the same opportunities.
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