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casio VZ-8m (1988) synth expander
« on: October 25, 2016, 09:21:15 AM »
http://soundprogramming.net/synthesizers/casio/casio-vz-8m/
http://www.synthark.org/Casio/VZ-8M.html
http://www.muzines.co.uk/articles/casio-vz8m/152


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The Casio VZ-1 was released in 1988 hot on the heels of the successful CZ line and became Casio's flagship synthesizer, replacing the CZ-1 at the top end and going flat out to town with the feature list, easily putting it toe to toe with products from Yamaha, Roland and Korg. The case design also reflected a more professional approach that Casio was taking; a sleek and minimal all black design free from clutter with a brushed steel front plate, making it a very impressive unit to look at - it is also very well built having an all metal chassis, yet maintains a relatively light weight making it especially good for gigging.