Casio SK-1 w/ SK SAMPLER GUIDE

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“Play Today’s Greatest Hits”!

CASIO RZ-1 Rhytmcomputer SOUND DEMO

Published on Aug 13, 2019 LESINDES

“Playing a few rhythm pattern with the legendary CASIO RZ-1 PCM and sampling drum computer.”

DX5 playing Depeche Mode "Lie to Me"

Published on Aug 2, 2019 DX5

“No sound was sampled from the original version.

Gear used:

Emu Emax II
Casio MT-70
Yamaha DX7 II FD
Roland JP8000
Kurzweil PC1x

Backtrack previously recorded on Pro Tools.
Roland MRS-2 Promars: (pre-recorded noisy snare)

Composed by Martin L. Gore.
Performed here by DX5 Jose Maria Bara.”

Chernobyl Jam: 2x moog DFAM + Mother32 / Casio pt7 with mutable clouds

Published on Aug 2, 2019 Polynominaldotcom

“A little jam ispired on chernobyl series. Using 2 DFAM and a mother 32. Voice with tape player and effects done with CASIO PT7 cult toys processed thru Mutable clouds granular effect”

Circuit bent Hin Hon EK-001, matrix mixer, joystick delay

Published on Jul 1, 2019 Ok Housecat

“Featuring Dino Spumoni

Okhousecat.com”

Spotted on Catsynth.com

And a few more:

Plugin Boutique updates VirtualCZ synthesizer plugin to v1.1.1

Plugin Boutique has released an update to the VirtualCZ software synthesizer instrument that brings the sounds of the Casio CZ series of synths. VirtualCZ is an emulation of the synthesis engine from the CASIO CZ range of synthesisers that were produced in the 1980s. It also functions as an editor for those synthesisers, since it […]

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Casio MT-100 (Desktop) Circuit Bent by S-CAT

Published on Jul 26, 2019 Space Cat Audio Technologies

“Desktop version with new control panel in speaker grill.
Mute buttons along the rear edge.
Filters and other additional controls for drum sounds, bass and chord.”

Vintage Retro 1985 Casio SK-1 Sampling Keyboard

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Casio Casiotone MT-52 vintage keyboard demo – "Sport Horses On Tour"

Published on Jul 21, 2019 Alfonse

“Casio Casiotone MT-52 keyboard (1985) with SuperDrums!!
All sounds you hear in the track were made using the Casio MT-52 and recorded to a DAW, where compression, EQ, reverb, delay and chorus were added as required. The drums are from the MT-52’s onboard rhythm options, which are generated by an analogue source and as a result are fat and groovy…

The aim of