Synth Site: Kawai: KC10: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 3.3 out of 5
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cody a hobbyist user from U.S. writes:
I like the 80s sounds and the organ is pretty rad. I also do not have a manual so I can't figure out how to really do much . If someone one could tell me how to access the arpeggiator or better yet scan and send me a manual that would be cool. check out wwww.geocities.com/listen_to_serna

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Jan-07-2002 at 00:29
ztmusic a hobbyist user from China Beijing writes:
Hi:Simolch,your mail cant receive email from hotmail,so i put here.this info may usefull for other pepoles. SINGLE EDIT after edit the patch press [edit], press [write]select the destination number, press [write] again. MULTI EDIT is same. my English not good, I am a Chinese live in Beijing, when my scanner fixed, I can scan somethin for you.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jan-02-2002 at 21:00
simolch a hobbyist user from Germany writes:
I bought my KC10 for 100,- DM together with a Yamaha EMP100, two cool but absolutely low-end products for the Price of one, so there won't be any complaints about the Price. I bought it because i needed a MIDI-controller and a multi-effect, and that's what i've got (not the best ones allright, but not bad for my means). And i might be the only one to actually like those crappy sounds. They make a good basis for experimenting with external effects, and it's always fun to have some strange unpredictable noises appearing in them.

BUT: editing it is a pain in the ass, and it's even worse since i don't have the manual. Could anyone send me a copy of his/hers, Please! Or at least tell me how to save settings!

BTW: is it normal that Waves 117, 118, 128 and a few more are some weird scratchy (beautiful) random digital noises and loops? Or am I the lucky one who got a damaged board and actually likes it?

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Nov-07-2001 at 03:34
Dave a part-time user from U.S. writes:
I made the mistake of getting this board based on brand name and general inexperience with synths. Of all the sounds on this "synth" the organ is the one that sounds halfway realistic. Everything else sounds like they were sampled off a Fisher Price sing and play toy. The only enjoyment I get from this "synth" are the countless hours of jokes told about it. My lesson learned - it's cheap for a reason. You can get little Yamaha PSR's out of Kmart and make out better than this thing.

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Monday-Oct-29-2001 at 10:48
Walter Boroway a professional user from Detroit writes:
One word.... AWESOME!! Very cool synth, with wonderful 80's sounds. Amazing for techno and electronica. The secret weapon on MANY detroit techno artists (D. May). Pure bliss. This and my andromedia are all I need. Wonderful textures and punchy low-end. Run this through a TC FireworX, and your in heaven. I wish the synth industry took their heads out of their asses and made more wonderful synths like this gem. I traded a Nordlead-One (rack) for this, and ever regreted it for a second.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jul-14-2001 at 15:10
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