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Average rating: 4.1 out of 5
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JumpSteady a hobbyist user from USA writes:
Got mine off ebay years ago around $60. Just got it out of storage to find my new computer does not have gameport. I had an old soundblaster pci laying around, and now its working. The old software does not work with XP but I found a free program noteworthy composer off the internet that works. I have never had to put batteries in it, and never had the ac adapter I found it powers up off my soundcard. The touch sensitive keys are nice in such a cheap thing. I never had the pedal with mine, but never needed it either. If you want a starter keyboard, this thing is great. It has resparked my interest in music and I am considering buying a casio LK-90tv or LK-300tv

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Feb-20-2008 at 14:41
DjSoY a hobbyist user writes:
Yo Tony...ya just don't know how to use it... dunno If it really works on Win XP but it really rocks with CUBASE SX and the rest of the secret STUFF around the net! THIS IS A GREAT PIECE OF WORK and I hope Quickshot will continue to support end users like us!!! =)

If you want a cheapo home studio setup...this is a must buy...you can produce quality music with this...imagine using RBC voice tweaker with this winner!

TONY WHERE ARE YOU IN YOUR LEARNING CURVE!!!

posted Monday-Jun-02-2003 at 03:11
DJ PJ a hobbyist user from England (UK) writes:
I have just recieved mine free from a freind who told me she didn't like the feel of it but since playing it i am wondering why because i think it is 10x better than any Roland or Korg. They are getting a little dated though.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Mar-18-2003 at 08:40
Jos Maas from Netherlands writes:
You can renew your quickshot and turn it in to a toplevel Yamaha Psr arranger keyboard with this software:

http://www.home.zonnet.nl/JosMaas/onemanband/index.htm

posted Monday-Oct-21-2002 at 15:25
dj swarm a part-time user from us writes:
Ok its not a $800 midi controller with that real piano feel and it isn't built to take punishment on the road.

I got mine for $89 new about 4 years ago. For my home studio its great. Its small enough to fit any where. Velosity sensitive keys and after touch. It has all the features you could want in one of those $800 controllers and $710 to buy something else with.

Yeah the key feel is cheesy, but you get used to it pretty quick if you aren't addicted to grand pianos. I've certainly felt worse on far more expensive equipment.

Also it comes with calkwalk home studio, which sucks, but will get you a nice discount on sonar. Right now I have it hooked up to my supernova (which is a rack unit). I also can walk it across to my PC if I need to and it just sit in my lap. So if you are on a budget and want to save your money for something sweet this will give you a working keyboard and not break the bank.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Aug-12-2002 at 14:49
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