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« This keyboard is ok.. »

Published on 07/31/11 at 13:57
This keyboard has some great sounds that it offers. Easy to connect to any software program thru midi connections. The price makes this board a must try, because its hard to get quality sounds for this price.

UTILIZATION

Editing was a hassle with this board, very difficult on this little screen that is very childish. Its easy to turn on and start playing with sounds, but as far a composing a hit on this board isn't going to happen.

SOUNDS

Sounds are good and realistic, but this board is a watered down version of the other more expensive Motif's. I suggest saving the money to get xs models.

OVERALL OPINION

The board has ok sounds, just not as many as I would like to have. Board feels like plastic and very cheap. But you get what you pay for, if you can save the money for the XS boards , do so. This will be fun for you to play with for a few weeks. But it will leave you wanting the XS Motif model. This board felt more like a toy keyboard to me.
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