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Average rating: 4.3 out of 5
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Shannon from Canada writes:
Yo' man, kick the SK-1. Casio's got a new puppy otu. It's called the SK-60. It was just released this year. And they haven't changed their fifteen year old recipe at all. Good thing. that means crappy sample sound goodness. Check this out. Four sample pads. Total sampling time of 2.6 seconds. Holy sh*t man. You can get the 4 pads to cycle around when you hit the keys. PS. it actually looks really cool thoguh. Kinda the thing you would want to use on your way home from work or while DJing.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Aug-23-1998 at 19:46
Dave Mosher a professional user from USA writes:
Well, life was a drag for about three years. A total slump. I was a nothing. Then, my friend (who I now call Jesus) showed me the holy instrument of GOD HIMSELF--THE Casio SK-1 <holy music plays> Every stroke... of the ivory cream keys lifted a soul deep within me... I was brought to the ULTIMATE heights of holiness! MY life changed from drag to the blessed with the instrument birthed from God--The SK-1 I ONLY wish that people realize that The SK-1 is a ressurected Jesus! Hear my words... bless this thy SK-1!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Aug-21-1998 at 20:17
Bob Parker a hobbyist user from USA writes:
I got my SK-1 at K-Mart for $30. I consider this only a notch or two above shoplifting. It is my favorite device for sitting on the couch and playing around with sounds and noises. I like to patch a radio into it and randomly sample bits of broadcast, then paly around and see what kind of interesting sound collages I can create. The Most fun I ever had with it was taking it to work when my job was at an early child development center (ages 14 months to 3- years-old). The little ones were awe-struck by it and I like to think that maybe I began one or two of them on the journey to becoming avante-garde noise artists. One of the coolest bits of technology ever encased in cheap plastic!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:36
Jeremiah M Stanfill a part time user from USA writes:
It truely gets the credit for being the world's first cheap sampler. I kind of like the little preset envelopes. The sound that "Delbert Henhugger" describes after the little accident is probably not much more than how it sounded before... *hyulk hyulk!!* Get it for laffs, I went insane with it.

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:36
James a.k.a. DJ Craine a hobbyist user from Columbus, OH ...USA Representin da OH writes:
I like my little SK-1. I like Demo. I like Human Voice. Hell, I even like Synth Drums. I like the whole thing. I like it so much that even though ive had it for about a week ive already put it to use in part of my new project: a remix of the new Beastie Boys song Intergalactic. So if you ever hear a wierd remix of that song by a guy named DJ Craine listen for those synth drum sounds cause they sure as hell will be in there. Peace, James a.k.a. DJ Craine P.S. 5 out of 5 for its pure cheapness. Its not the greatest thing ever made, hell its not even a good thing ever made. Its just pure crap and fun. But sometimes crap like this is just priceless(as in you wuoldnt want to pay money for it, therefore it would have no price).

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Aug-05-1998 at 23:36
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