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Casio Sound - Sound 8 Orchestra - Casio Sound

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  1. Feb 09,  · Hi all, years ago I was given a Casio sound module, it was simply an oblong black box, with a couple of up-down switches on the front for selecting sounds, I think piano, organ, and strings, on the back it had a series of DIP Switches to change the Midi channel. and that was that.
  2. Dec 30,  · -Casio AP has AiR Grand Sound Source with (longer sample, loseless air, damper resonance) voices including Grand Piano, E-piano, Organ, Orchestra, and General MIDI sounds ensemble rhythms (accompaniment)-hall simulator with 6 types and 4 positions tracks/ 5 songsrecorder-hammer, damper, string resonance.
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  4. Or output the 4 patches through the VZM's L/R LINE OUT channels. 6 Multi-Channel MIDI Performance The VZM features Casio's exclusive multi-channel mode which can accept up to 8 timbres from separate MIDI sound sources. These can then be divided into constituent polyphonics and ensembled in any format you desire.
  5. Feb 01,  · The Casio PX comes with top-quality audio recordings of 10 Orchestra performances installed in it and this Concert play feature encourages the growing players. 8) Casio CGPBK Key Digital Grand Piano. it also has some of the latest sounds including clav sound, harpsichord, and classic electric piano.
  6. Casio CSM-1 Digital Sound Module. fEATURES. small and light; desktop format, not quite the standard 19" rack. includes basic MIDI and a drum machine; no FX, but utilizes (common in Casio and Yamaha lower-end models of the '80s) clever envelope programming to simulate reverb and delay.
  7. Casio’s proprietary sound source, “AiR” (Acoustic and intelligent Resonator) provides the grand piano sounds in the PX Casio meticulously recorded the sound of a 9-foot concert grand at 4 dynamic levels. The AiR engine delivers this sound with seamless dynamics for a remarkably expressive and powerful performance.
  8. Casio have managed to combine excellent piano sounds, a superb keyboard, an assignable control surface, an interesting and highly programmable synth engine, arpeggiators, phrase sequencers, DSP effects and a whole lot more into a package at a cost and weight that's half that of .

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