The WK-6600 from Casio is a 76-key, touch-sensitive workstation keyboard that provides seven-hundred tones organized by category, and features a seventeen-track sequencer, a thirty-two-channel mixer, DSP effects, and USB MIDI connectivity. Each of the voices can be edited with control over filters, envelopes and more and audio can be recorded to SDHC cards with everything played back via built-in amplifier and speakers.
A total of 210 preset rhythms are available with full accompaniment built in. A rhythm editor allows for combining instrument parts from multiple rhythms, turn individual instrument parts on or off, and adjust volume, pan, reverb, and other parameters to create original rhythms. The sequencer allows for editing performances and turning out professional sounding tracks. The resulting song file can be saved to an SDHC card or saved as an audio recording.
-Sequencer editing tools include event insert, event delete, event copy, quantize, a locator feature for selecting the range of notes to be edited, and more
-Music presets provide one-touch access to auto accompaniment, tone, reverb, and other settings that are configured in accordance with representative chord progressions
-Thirty-two-channel mixer with button operation for individual simultaneous adjustment of volume, pan, reverb send, and other parameters
-210 preset rhythms with full accompaniment built in - combine instrument parts from multiple built-in rhythms, turn individual instrument parts on or off, and adjust volume, pan, reverb, and other parameters to create original rhythms
-Extensive set of DSP effects including reverb (10 types), chorus (5 types), and DSP (100 types using 46 effect types including delay, phaser, flanger, wah, rotary, and more)
-Store the current setup, including tone, rhythm, and other settings for instant recall on stage with thirty-two registration slots available
-Tone Editor allows for adjusting attack time, release time, cut off, vibrato, reverb, chorus, DSP, and other parameters
-150 different arpeggiato types, including playing arpeggios from a fingered chord, guitar phrases, and more
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