|Synth Site: Casio: MT-750: User reviews Add review|
|Average rating: 4.0 out of 5|
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|Nick Chan a hobbyist user from Malaysia writes:|
This is my first keyboard I had it in the early 90's, when i begged my mom to buy it, when I was 11 or 12.
This is a home keyboard. I lost it. I don't remember it quite well. I remember that it has nice EPs (10.1 i think), Strings (9, 9.0).some sounds are warm and nice. Very nostalgic to me.
Hey it has ADSR tweaking, how's that for a home keyboard?I remember using it to increase release, and detune a little the EP, and it sounds nice, and very 80's.
I had it for like, 12 years, then bought my first real synth, and more after that.
The yellow buttons, are super touch sensitive.It is intended that way I guess.The demo: Paula Abdul's "The way that you'd love me". i never touched the MIDI, its weird, 4 channel thingy.
That's all i think. Pretty easy simple keyboard.
|Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Feb-07-2004 at 23:26|
|RICHARD SAA a hobbyist user from ESPAÑA writes:|
QUISIERA SABER QUE TAL FUNCIONAMIENTO TIENE LA CASIO MT-750 Y CUAL PUEDE SER SU PRECIO EN EL MERCADO ACTUAL AUN QUE SEA UN MODELO ANTIGUO O CUAL FUE SU PRECIO DE SALIDA GRACIAS
|posted Monday-Sep-08-2003 at 15:54|
|Valeriu Grossu from Romania writes:|
I want to ask you where can I find sound fonts that sounds exactly like CASIO MT 750. I have a CASIO MT 750 but I need his sound fonts.
Thank You, Valeriu Grossu
|posted Monday-Aug-18-2003 at 10:58|
|giovanni alexi a hobbyist user from jacksonville FL,USA writes:|
Im seeking one of these odd casios.If anyone has one to sell in mint to good condition cheap,please email me.I collect oddball casios from their incarnation in the 1970's to 1992.
|Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Oct-17-2001 at 13:31|
|Harrie Meisters a part-time user from Netherlands writes:|
Have mine already for 10 years. The sounds are pretty crap and the fact that the sounds dont respond to velocity really sucks. I mainly use it (the few times I use it :-)) for background layering. Nice sounds are 01.9-String HPSCD, 06-Synth Bass 1, 09-Strings 1. Some sounds are worth trying experimenting with when you send them through an effects unit. I sometimes send the sounds of the MT 750 through the effects unit of my Yamaha A3000 sampler. Then they sound different than the original and that makes some sounds worthwhile using again.
Although the sounds of this board dont meet the standards of today anymore, it was the first keyboard I had which had MIDI. And despite the overall few usefullness of the MT750 sounds, this Casio MT 750 was my first step into MIDI. (You have to start somewhere, it could only become better :-)))
|Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Friday-Apr-28-2000 at 15:03|
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