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Casio music keyboard accessories, software, music books and instruction materials. NOTICE: Casio Keyboards.COM is an independent company, not owned by or affiliated with Casio Computer Co., Ltd., of Tokyo, Japan, except for being an authorized dealer for some of its products. The name, Casio, is wholly owned by Casio Computer Co., Ltd., of Tokyo, Japan, and is only displayed on this web site...
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Go Beyond Sound with Casio Digital Pianos, Synthesizers, Portable Keyboards and Workstations! Click here to register your product and take advantage of extended warranties, updates and other special offers from CASIO. Sign up and be the first to receive information on new products, events and exclusive offers from Casio Music Gear! From the moment your hands touch the keys, the Grand Hybrid...
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The Casio Casiotone MT-100 has 8-note polyphony, a 49-key keyboard, and 20 instrument patches! For rhythm, it has 12 different programs, plus an analog percussion generator (bass drum, snare, 2 toms, and high hats, etc). It also features both fingered & Casio Chord accompaniment. Fun Fact: The...
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Together with KaraKEYoke Karaoke you can sing your favorite songs and also easy to learn to play the Piano, Musical Keyboard, MIDI keyboard. Even if you don't know the right notes! ladiFor karaoke or Piano training it is possible to load any standard MIDI files or karaoke songs for the computer,...
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Learning how to play the keyboard is the cornerstone to learning how to play any instrument. The keyboard gives you an opportunity to learn how to read notes and string those notes together in harmony. There are many different types of electronic keyboard to choose from when first starting out....
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I'm putting this together as a (somewhat kinda) definitive resource for the ultra-cheesy yet super-cool series of Casio Sampling toy keyboards. Extremely Rare = These are nearly impossible to find, even on Ebay, once or twice a year. Most are in the hands of collectors. - Keyboards sell for somewhat less if they are missing battery covers, have loose/broken keys, etc. - Keyboards sell for...
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Casio electronic music keyboard accessories, music instruction materials stands, pedals, ac adaptors and software. Normally ship with the Post Office. Books usually ship via media mail due to their weight. Other small, lightweight items usually ship First Class and/or Priority Airlmail for ultrafast delivery to you. We also carry accessories, software, music and training materials for Technics,...
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Adding more MIDI song files into this keyboard is hassle-free as it has USB port to import MIDI files. The USB connection is also beneficial if you want to connect this keyboard with any composition software in your computer. The bottom line, the CTK-4200 is definitely a big keyboard with lots of beneficial features. It gives more than what most beginners expect from a beginner keyboard. If you...
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An area to discuss using the XW with various iPad applications including the XW specific MIDI Designer editor. Have you made music with you Casio instrument? Let's hear it. Share your music with others here on the forum. Privia PX-150, PX-160, PX-350, PX-780, PX-750, PX-760 PX-780, PX-850 and PX-860. An open area for anything in regards to the XW-P1 and XW-G1 synthesizers. A place to discuss...
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This e-store (www.casioindiashop.com) and all transactions herein are managed by Brandbucket Internet Concepts(“BBIC”). BBIC shall solely be responsible for fulfilment of all the orders placed through the e-store including but not limited to invoicing, receipt of payment and delivery of the products to the customers. In no event shall Casio India Company Pvt. Ltd. (“CIC”), its affiliates,...
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Rhythm is inborn in a baby. Already in the uterus, he (or she) is used to the sound of the mother’s heartbeat, the mother’s breathing rhythm, the mother’s footsteps. And even after he is born, he sucks in rhythm. His earliest practice of ‘singing’ is his first cry. From there he will progress to stronger cries, whimps, ‘cooing’, gurgling, laughing, chatting, and, of course, singing! To bring...
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