Synth Site: Casio: CT-360: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 3.2 out of 5
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rahat faraz a hobbyist user from pakistan writes:
i just want to buy casio ct370 of parts example i m seeking the rubber belt which come inside the playing keys.because of carbon and dust few keys are missing durring the time of play. will you pls send me the address where i can get easily.kindly reply soon. thanks and best regards rahat faraz

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Friday-Mar-23-2007 at 19:48
Celestrium72 a part-time user from USA writes:
I have moved way on to more advanced kbds and synths than this but I must say this was a beginner kybd and actually had good key feel and wasn't real noisy. I can't quite remember all of it but it seemed to have had some type of sampler or fill-in player to it. It was actually built well as a student's keyboard and was dependable. Go Casio!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Feb-29-2004 at 05:01
joey a part-time user from Canada writes:
I bought one for $20 and I think it was worth it considering the rate technology changes and the release date of this dinosaur. I use it to compose bit for songs and later record with newer MIDI gear. I think it to be portable and expendible with an endless stream of cheese.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Feb-12-2003 at 18:48
Jack Y a part-time user from H-Town writes:
I've owned one of these CT370 monsters for about a decade, I'm 18- it was my first set of keys. The keys are badass, so light, slick and fast- I wish I could use it as a midi slave. If you're one of those "I have to have the most realistic, hifi sound" go take a hike. I've used the jazz organ on several tracks, as well as the synth reed and funky clavi- they just sound so cool, like it's trying so hard to sound real, but it's oppressed in a world of low bit digital peril- and I know the demo song by heart. Wouldn't pay for one; it is a plasticy piece of crap, but it's got character. If you put the harmonize on, one of the fingered functions on, and don't play a base chord, it becomes a monosynth. Have you ever heard a shitty piano sample played on a monosynth? Pretty wild if you ask me. This summer, I'll be circuit bending it.

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Sunday-Feb-09-2003 at 16:14
giovanni alexi a hobbyist user from usa writes:
I im sorry I have not responded to emails.I have been working on the mods for the CT360 and have a few bugs to work out(sometimes hacking some pins on some chips will lock the keyboard up or lose notes on keys until I unshort the pins)I have been looking into push switches with rotary pot-knobs and even joysticks to achive the synthesizing of the sounds.I promise to let all who are interested,know once I work the bugs out. This keyboard is still great and it is not the only one with intarnal expansion of sounds by hacking the sound chips.Try also:MT205,MT220,MT520,CT510 and CT530,MT530(remember this one?it had a bass response system with LED meter lights and drumpads,and EQ.).All these use the same chipset and sounds.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Aug-24-2001 at 21:26
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