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  MT-600 At a Glance
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Sealed writes:
In contrast to recent pop keyboards, those made in the 80s are not rompler-based and often has analog components - they have unique sounds and often interesting synthesis methods.

Drum machine and accompaniments can be synced with MIDI, but in some way this can be used improperly - this creates unexpected sequences.

Easy to use, everything synthetic.

Comments About the Sounds:
4-bit waveforms, analog filter and the analog chorus contribute to the unique and warm sounds. 8-bit drums are also good. Unfortunately no editing is possible.

(Thanks to Sealed for this info.)
and D.W. for the pic

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