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Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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Carlos Buenrostro a hobbyist user from u.s.a. writes:
i owen a casio wk-1800for the last 8 years and it has a bulit-in lithuum battery does any body knows the best way to replase it?

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Apr-29-2012 at 15:36
Anthony Bennett a hobbyist user writes:
This was the first big board that I owned. Truly a great piece of equipment. The sounds and ease of use is absolutely outstanding. Sorry to say that I sold mine to a friend. Big mistake. I purchased the WK300 thinking I was getting a better machine, wrong. The recording, tunes, ryhthms are so much better. I've thrown the 3000 in the closet and that's were it's gonna stay unless some wants to buy it. I would have to give the 1800 a 5

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Jul-20-2007 at 09:23
i have a casio 3700 and have problems converting midi files from smf1 to smfo what prog is best for converting

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Saturday-Nov-26-2005 at 16:06
Hector a part-time user from Chile (southamerica) writes:
This a very good keyboard synthezizer, it has many good sound , some sounds has profesional features, You can make a profesional sound of a clasical instrument like Harpsichord With the sound number 143 or 145 you need to go to synth function and mixed it with Harpsichord number 006 (in synth function it's the number 008)then you have to clean that with the function of synth .

I play in a metal band like Stratovarius or Nightwish. so I need sounds like that and I can say that the Casio wk 1800 it's a very good buy if you want a Keyboard with profesional sounds for a low cost . It's good to compose songs and save in a diskette. It's almost like a ROLAND but no so expensive.I like a lot. Charly Garcia now has this Keyboard and he plays with it in his tour .

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Jul-15-2004 at 18:42
ddselvig a hobbyist user from USA writes:
I really love all the functions on my WK-1800. While I don't play keyboard very well, I use it a lot in developing my music for guitar. I love the record and playback features of the builtin sequencer. It's great for a transcription tool and if you hook up the MIDI port to a computer, you can print out sheet music of any composition using software like Voyetra Orchestrator. Sure saves a lot of manual effort when transcribing.

You can develop a complete song with all the percussion and keyboard voices to choose from. The sequencer has 16 tracks to work, so you have a lot to work with.

While most downloadable MIDI files on the Internet are SMF1 format, you can download free utilities that will convert them to SMF0 format so that they can be played on this keyboard. You can put a lot of songs on a 3.5" diskette. I use this feature to fill in for our band when we take breaks during a gig. Just pop in a diskette and let it play.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Oct-22-2003 at 09:51
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