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Music Expansion System for the Commodore 64 and 128

Music Keyboard

  • Full size piano type keys
  • Five octave (61 notes) plugin-in keyboard
  • Compatible with all included software
Sound Expander (FM Sound Module)
  • Adds high-tech sound to the Commodore 64 using the latest FM technology
  • Play up to eight notes at once plus rhythms, one finger chords and auto accompaniment
  • Notes are displayed on a music stave on screen as you play them
  • Incredibly realistic voices including vibraphone, brass, strings, synth sounds and many more
Sound Studio
  • Programmable synthesizer
  • Home recording Studio
  • Create sounds using on screen controls like a conventional synthesizer to alter wave forms etc.
  • Build up recordings one track at a time and play back as a complete composition
  • Midi compatible
Our keyboard is complete in original box.

 

Date : Unknown

Manufacturer : Commodore Business Machines Inc

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH32911. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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