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Desc:This basicallty a dramatic re-enactment of happened to my unlce once.
Category:Classic TV Clips, Arts
Tags:80s, glasses, Casio, big hair, CZ-101
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Cube - 2010-07-29
They don't use any drums.
freedoom - 2010-07-29
Is this the one Wesley Willis used?
Sputum - 2010-07-29
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...

fluffy - 2010-07-29
And unfortunately, the "noisemakers for children" reputation has been very hard for them to shake as they try to get back into serious musical instruments. The Privia series are actually VERY GOOD digital pianos (IMO better than Yamaha and nearly as good as Roland), but because they're made by Casio, people assume they're just going to be cheap shit with lighting-effect keys and a one-touch Toy Symphony button and whatever.

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.
Old_Zircon - 2010-07-29
Simultaneous monophonic notes?

onionradish - 2010-07-29
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.)

Old_Zircon - 2010-07-29
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
Ursa_minor - 2010-07-29

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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