|Synth Site: Casio: CT-670: User reviews Add review|
|Average rating: 3.6 out of 5|
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|Bill Miller a part-time user from USA writes:|
I've had two of 'em (one at home and one at church) since 1990. Not a single problem with either in 15 years of playing! Some *very* good sounds that you can tweak with Tone Editor... for example, you can make the organs and strings "celeste" (undulate) by detuning, etc.
If you can find one of these babies used in perfect shape, you will love it as a stand-alone unit! (It pre-dates GM)
|Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-May-05-2005 at 11:17|
|Nick Willder a hobbyist user from UK writes:|
Rolando is having trouble with MIDI for this instrument. He should realise you don't need a driver for the instrument - just a driver for his soundcard (or other MIDI interface). With a SoundBlaster card he should find it exposes its MIDI port as 'MPU-401'. He should then set his PC sequencer software to listen to and send MIDI to the MP-401 and all will work fine. The Casio CT-670 is lacking velocity sensitive keys, but otherwise is a regged workhorse. 4 stars.
|Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Friday-Mar-25-2005 at 13:14|
|rolando langner a hobbyist user from mexico writes:|
This keyboard is an excellent intrument, I got it as a present at my 9th birthday, and that was in 1999, so you could imagine how much I´ve played with it. And despite all that "work", it still works gorgeously, not a single problemo. The only trouble that I have with it is that can´t find the driver to conect it to the PC by midi nor any one that can tell me what to do to solve this inconviniency. Would be great that someone would find it and placed it somewhere in the net so it would be avilable for all of us that have one of this great antiques.
|Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Feb-22-2005 at 00:55|
|RockAkala from China ! writes:|
I have it now :)
and i'm very like !
|posted Thursday-Nov-13-2003 at 23:59|
|Dennis a hobbyist user from USA writes:|
I purchased this Keyboard New in 1987 from Robbie's Music Shop in Nanuaet, NY. That makes this keyboard 16 Years Old! I play guitar mainly, but have used this keyboard to write songs with. The keyboard up until yesterday when I took it out of it's box and placed it on it's stand always worked fine. Apparenty the DC inpu connection is faulty as I am getting no power into it and it feels loose. I am sure this will be an easy fix and we'll be back in business.
The features on this keyboard are very useful. I can program rhythm, percussion and effects to play guitar along to which would make you think your are listening to a band.
I have have successfully recorded music and sold 3 songs using this combination which can really expand the creative imagination.
I give this a 5 rating despite now having open the cover and probably will have to resolder or connect the dc input jack indide. But don't fault the unit, I have probably been too rough with it over the years.
|Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Nov-01-2003 at 08:52|
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