Archive for the ‘Synth Demos’ Category
In the late 80s, one of my friends bought a Roland D-10. For those days (and compared to the keyboards I owned myself) this synth was sounding absolutely astounding! I could never afford a D-10 myself in those days, so I enviously and endlessly listened to the ROM demos of the D-10 from a music […]
This is absolutely my all-time favourite synth! The sounds are awesome, the design is awesome, the possibilities are awesome, everything about this synth is awesome!
Somewhere in the early 90’s I bought a crappy cheap sound module by Casio, The CSM-1. It didn’t have many useful sounds, it had a fixed number of available voices on a fixed number of channels and it was basically total crap. This was the build-in factory demo, which is a cover of the song […]
Another one of my very first keyboard. This was actually my first mid-range keyboard that I actually had to save some money for before I could buy it. Before that, I’ve only been buying cheapo mini-size Casio toys to play with. Been using this keyboard to create quite some tunes, most of which have been […]
I’m not entirely sure when I bought this keyboard, but I have it on photographs taken in 1988/1989. I remember that there was also a WK50 available, but that was a more expensive 5-octave model. But this keyboard is really what “started it all”. It was my very first MIDI keyboard that I could hook […]