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  • Kawai Q-80EXEPublished on 01/07/08 at 11:23
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Lunch: 2 Out, 1 MIDI Through Assembled Possibility to one or other of the Midi Out.
    Squenceur 32 tracks, 96 ticks per quarter note RESOLUTION. Recording in real time or not not.
    100 patterns, possible to mix patterns or give a standard track.
    It uses double density floppy disks (like the Atari and Amiga), but most are found in high density (HD) may do the trick.
    Mine is an EXE, with even the memory supplmentaire, I never t over.

    UTILIZATION

    It's pretty simple to use (except o Midi rglage make sure that the keyboard transmits on the same channel as the track record), the functions are quite accessible and srigraphie n is not no need for getting together. on the other hand when......
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    Lunch: 2 Out, 1 MIDI Through Assembled Possibility to one or other of the Midi Out.
    Squenceur 32 tracks, 96 ticks per quarter note RESOLUTION. Recording in real time or not not.
    100 patterns, possible to mix patterns or give a standard track.
    It uses double density floppy disks (like the Atari and Amiga), but most are found in high density (HD) may do the trick.
    Mine is an EXE, with even the memory supplmentaire, I never t over.

    UTILIZATION

    It's pretty simple to use (except o Midi rglage make sure that the keyboard transmits on the same channel as the track record), the functions are quite accessible and srigraphie n is not no need for getting together. on the other hand when you want to do things Manir rptitive, you have to press lots of buttons.
    The edition not step on the small screen is also a dfi.

    SOUNDS

    N / A

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have 7 years. What I like is that you can transport it. He also serves as a pace and bote dpanner me when I did not Atari hand.
    I pay $ 380 in nine era. I think it's a good squenceur hardware for those who love squenceurs hardware.
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