Casio introduced 4 new sampling keyboards with two that was displayed at Summer NAMM 2014. The keyboards hearken back to a time when Casio released the SK-1 sampling keyboard which featured a simple sampler to record sounds and play them back. The new keyboards share this sample technology plus more. Read more below.
The sampling feature in the CTK-2400, LK-170, LK-175 and LK-260 offers enjoyable music by enabling users to take different sound bits and items of music and create a sample. Long Sampling method could produce one sound around two secs and the Short Sampling method could develop approximately five short noises and tones; both modes provide ten various FX to select from. With an embedded sampling microphone, users could also use their voice to record sample examples, which can be integrated into the rhythm.
All equipped with Casio’s Step-Up Lesson system, these brand-new key-boards have integrated songs that show users phase-by-phase so they can learn at their very own specific speed. With the LCD display, novices could likewise discover both music notation and correct hand positioning, while Casio’s innovative system reviews performance so customers can track their progress. Casio’s LK-170, LK-175 and LK-260 are all lighted keyboards which allow individuals to practice their track playing capabilities with the aid of the lighted 61-Key Piano Format Touch-Response key-board.
Various other functions include 400 integrated tones, 150 integrated rhythms (including 20 for piano play and 55 globe rhythms), 110 songs, and USB capacities. The CTK-2400 for $169.99, LK-175 for $199.99 and LK-260 for $259.99 will certainly be offered at select store’s across the country start in September.