Synth Site: Casio: ctk 651: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 3.8 out of 5
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mad a hobbyist user from Turkey writes:
hi there! i have a big problem and it's make me mad.Please help me do you know how i can send rhytim to ctk-651? casio data manager doesnt work and problem is: disconnected i did all what are the neccesarry and i can play midi with flstudio 10 and there is no problem with flstudio. is there a special driver for ctk-651 i couldnt find anywhere also casio support

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Saturday-Dec-03-2011 at 14:15
Agustin a hobbyist user from Argentina writes:
The keyboard is cool at the begginig, but then you realize you can´t do a lot of things with it. It only has 200 sounds, some sound great,but the rest are boring. Is not so bad, but is not the great thing

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jan-25-2007 at 10:05
Anders a hobbyist user writes:
These synths are the best for the time. There are made for top radio sounds and learning synths style from learners. My one has batteries zone for output and mookie con nookie.

Is there a please for messing with the keys and keep sounds on dial up for more time in the size that it needs the method to draw more music on the spot?

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jul-14-2004 at 23:58
zach a hobbyist user from New York writes:
This keyboard is f***ing awsome. To bad they stopped making it. But if casio keeps making boards like this they will allways have me as a customer. The only thing that it lacks is arpegio and a modulation weel.It works great with my Yamaha DJX 2. The sounds kick ass. I was just a little diapointed with the gubshot and the choior ahh. The drum sounds are pretty good but my Djx and my Zoom 123 grove machine handle it. Other than that you can't go wrong with this keyboard. Its probably one of the best keyboards for the price.

posted Saturday-May-18-2002 at 23:08
Greg Holwell a hobbyist user from Australia writes:
After having MIDI'd the CTK-651 to a PC and a Yamaha XG box (and discovering that split/layer works if your sequencer's not receiving in Omni mode) I realised why many people dismiss Casio's as toys. Despite the voices being way better than XG's - I suppose that's why PSR's have panel voices - these keyboards need some changes to seriously compete with Yamaha or Roland:

1. A transpose function that changes actual MIDI note values - 2-3 octaves down would be nice - and leaves coarse-tune RPNs to the Mixer. (My XG box doesn't handle RPNs on drum sounds.)

2. A registration memory that does not send mixer settings (program change etc) on channels 2-4 if turned off by either the Split/Layer buttons or the Mixer.

3. A full-range chord function that prioritises the lower notes better (hold down a melody 4th and hit a minor chord, or a flatted 6th and hit a minor 7th chord...) and tracks pedal-sustained notes also.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Apr-02-2002 at 18:34
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