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About Music Bird

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    Use Casio, Yamaha and VSTis from ipad

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  1. They are definitely popular with Latin musicians. They use them for certain sounds. They are also one of the standards for cumbia and grupera songs, for the presets, plus it can sound like some other old synths, like the M1, D-50, XP-10, and DX7, all of which are big in Latin music.
  2. Yep that’s a good bubble. I remember I had a Yamaha keyboard with that sound a few years ago.
  3. I use a Casio CT-X3000 arranger keyboard.
  4. Roland SH-2000 on clarinet setting with delay. the SH-2000’s Frogman and Xylophone patches were used in The Window the Funny Cat and a tweaked Pulsar were used on Wild Mountain Honey. Paolo from Synthmania has good demos of the SH-2000 on his site.
  5. I am looking for as in the title, US suppliers of Indonesian instruments. I’d be looking for them on places like Amazon and eBay. Looking for the following: suling, pupuik sarunai, saluang, bansi, small gong, kendang, and other stuff, mostly looking for Sumatran and Javanese Instruments.
  6. Ok past Casio SA-38/SA-75/PT-80 RadioShack LK-1161 (rebranded Casio LK-43) Casio CTK-3000 Yamaha PSR-e443 Casio CTK-6200 Yamaha PSR-19 current Casio WK-7600 Casio CT-X3000 Casio SK-1 Midiplus Origin 37 Yamaha MX49 Korg Minilogue (not XD) Drum macbknes current Alesis SR-16 Acoustic keys Irin 32 key Chinese melodica other instruments Everjoy ukulele (made in China) Laurel Canyon Steel string acoustic (made in China) Peripole Angel Soprano Recorder (made in South Korea) Unbrande
  7. Nowadays Korg M1/Wavestation Legacy Roland Sound Canvas VA Kontakt with the Factory Library Massive
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