CASIO CZ-101 Digital Phase Distortion Synthesizer

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"This is a very nice, vintage 1980's Casio CZ-101 keyboard, a cool, smaller version of the Casio CZ-1000/CZ-3000. The keyboard is in great condition electronically with normal usage scuffs.

Used by many famous bands (Erasure, Radiohead among others), it is a digital synth with great programming capabilities and a nice variety of analog-like traits and sounds. It is equipped

demojuillet 0005 - Demo HANSY1010 mono Synth

Published on Jul 21, 2017


See Hansy1010 Open Source Hybrid Analog Synthesizer by Hansy Synth for details.

Casio Keyboards, the Right Choice

Published on Jul 18, 2017 Casio Music Gear

This one is just because I like to torture my readers every now and then.

"For over 37 years Casio has been creating instruments to inspire the next generation of musicians. Check out the latest Casio instruments at"

t.A.T.u All The Things She Said Live Synth Guitar Cover #tatu #t.A.T.u Ya Soshla S Uma

Published on Jul 13, 2017 LOOK MUM NO COMPUTER

"t.A.T.u All The Things She Said Cover. Ya Soshla S Uma
All played on the 1 guitar controller. Each string controls a separate synth.
One of my favourites from the early 2000's, you cant deny its a good song.
Drums From The YAMAHA DD10.
Controller is a Casio DG20 Pretty amazing for a piece of 80's obsolete equipment.

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Casio RZ-1 House

Published on Jul 8, 2017 Zachary Berry

"Sampled some chords from FM8 into the RZ-1 and built this around it. The 505 is triggering the Casio since you always get a metronome beep when you tap write on the Casio itself. Also using a Boss CE-5 chorus pedal and a Hall of Fame reverb. Video recorded off a little JVC VHS camcorder."


Published on Jul 6, 2017 LOOK MUM NO COMPUTER

Don't miss 1:40 on.

"This is just an ODE to the CASIO DG-20. Something you can pick up for super cheap."

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Casio XW-P1 synthesizer tour and review

Published on Jun 28, 2017 Gearfacts

"The Casio XW-P1 was a disappointment for me, although I can see why some musicians would love it. It's got a lot of features that would take a long time to learn. The sounds are average at best, but it's clear that with considerable effort you could make some great complex tones."

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