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« Reply #15 on: December 11, 2019, 10:36:28 PM »

I have barely messed with the functions of the Casio keyboard. Apparently it has a sampler but will have to look into it, I'm not sure how it works and don't know how effective it is...

what model is it? if its SK-1 or SK-5 you've got a VERY useful machine. i've done entire sets w nothing but sk5 to great effect.

Its a CTK-2090.
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« Reply #16 on: December 11, 2019, 10:58:50 PM »

I have barely messed with the functions of the Casio keyboard. Apparently it has a sampler but will have to look into it, I'm not sure how it works and don't know how effective it is...

what model is it? if its SK-1 or SK-5 you've got a VERY useful machine. i've done entire sets w nothing but sk5 to great effect.

Its a CTK-2090.

ah, sorry but after a quick look at the manual that one has much less robust sampling features.
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« Reply #17 on: December 23, 2019, 08:05:28 AM »

I have barely messed with the functions of the Casio keyboard. Apparently it has a sampler but will have to look into it, I'm not sure how it works and don't know how effective it is...

what model is it? if its SK-1 or SK-5 you've got a VERY useful machine. i've done entire sets w nothing but sk5 to great effect.

Its a CTK-2090.
have an old yamaha VSS330 that "someone" gave me...
recorded so much with machine doing manual jumper wire circuit bends on sampling chip..
massive amounts of fun...

ah, sorry but after a quick look at the manual that one has much less robust sampling features.
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