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The Casio SK-1 is a small sampling keyboard made by Casio in 1985. It has 32 small sized piano keys, four-note polyphony, with a sampling bit depth of 8 bit PCM and a sample rate of 9.38 kHz, a built-in microphone and line level input for sampling, and an internal speaker. It also features a small number of four-note polyphonic preset analog and digital instrument voices, and a simple additive voice.


New Korg Grooveboxes? KORG VOLCA

...their analog filter, swing, and maybe a basic analog delay. Ka-blow! Game over... (Think of something between the sp-1200 and Casio Sk-1 sound...fat! Keep it simple and dirty) Do it, Korg! ...Just when I thought I had the setup I needed, along comes Korg with more insanity.

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What synth is used in these 80s songs?

Well....I AM Rich Tancredi and didnt use a Casio SK-1. on any of it. I used my minimoog with a CV Gate Trigger to mid box on Bass. TX for bells and my Emulator II for piano. I also used a Profit 5 for pads and an Oberheim Xpander for horns. (Also...

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