|Cube - 2010-07-29 |
They don't use any drums.
|freedoom - 2010-07-29 |
Is this the one Wesley Willis used?
No, Casio actually used to make real synthesizers, before they found their niche in low quality noise makers for children.
I almost bought one of these recently that had all black keys. Turns out it was broken.
This close to being rock-a-launched...
|chumbucket - 2010-07-29 |
how bands were made
|onionradish - 2010-07-29 |
I had one of these. Took weeks to get my hair back to normal after the rock-a-launch.
There's a reason they say "multitrack" was used for the sound track. It plays a maximum of four simultaneous monophonic notes.
Would have voted six stars if it was shown using the pegs for a strap to be played like a keytar.
Monophonic as opposed to polyphonic (number of simultaneous notes) versus any sort of actual stereophonic sound.
Bascially four independent oscillators (sine, sawtooth, square), though you could combine oscillators for a more complex sound. (Actually, now that I think about it, it was four note polyphony when you combined; otherwise you could get up to 8!! simultaneous notes.)
I was just giving you shit because notes sounding simultaneously is literally the definition of polyphony.
|wtf japan - 2010-07-29 |
Seems like I've heard that music somewhere before...
|twinkieafternoon - 2010-07-29 |
fist pumpFIST PPUUUMMMMPPPPP
|oswaldtheluckyrabbit - 2010-07-30 |
five for drunk description
|Big Muddy - 2010-08-13 |
He's doing it! He's really doing it!
|Old_Zircon - 2011-01-23 |
My roommate has one of these in the living room right now.
|Old_Zircon - 2015-10-10 |
Somebody sell me one of these.
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