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  PSS-100 At a Glance
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Ryan Link writes:
Its a weird little synth, but its main feature that is worthwhile is that it has a Voice Variator on it which can adjust the pitch 6 modes up from mellow (low) to bright (high), and 6 modes left and right from short to long which is helpful to do a weird little bassline. There are 16 onboard styles that can be played while you play one of the 16 instruments and recorded. The styles can changed 15 positions in tempo up or down. It also functions in 2 modes, normal and auto-accompaniment which can also be recorded and by a press of the lower octave of keys an accompaniment will be played off and looped. There is 1 demo button that plays off a few demo songs.

Comments About the Sounds:
Very cheezy and bizarre

(Thanks to Ryan Link for this info.)

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