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Author Topic: Kawai K1ii (1989) & Kawai K1iir (1989)  (Read 1047 times)

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Kawai K1ii (1989) & Kawai K1iir (1989)
« on: August 17, 2017, 02:47:44 AM »

https://www.sequencer.de/syns/kawai/K1II_K1IIr.html
https://encyclotronic.com/synthesizers/kawai/k1ii-r272/
https://soundprogramming.net/synthesizers/kawai/kawai-k1-ii/

same synthesis architecture as the original K1. There are 256 digital samples of waveforms, 50 of which are from acoustic instruments. You combine up to four wave shapes to create very new and unique sounds.



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Re: Kawai K1ii (1989) & Kawai K1iir (1989)
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Re: Kawai K1ii (1989) & Kawai K1iir (1989)
« Reply #2 on: December 03, 2018, 04:07:03 AM »
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The K1 II is an updated version of the Kawai K1 with built-in reverb and improved drum sounds.

It is also available in rackmount form as the K1r II. It was not released in tabletop module form.

It has a single card slot and can be expanded with a variety of expansion cards.

Specifications
Year Released: 1989

Keyboard: 61 keys with velocity and aftertouch

Polyphony: 16 notes

Multitimbral: 8 parts

User Patches: 64

User Performances: 32

ROM: 256 8-bit PCM waveforms (204 additive waveforms, 52 acoustic samples)

Effects: 16 effects including reverb

Screen: 16x2 character backlit LCD

Dimensions: 936 mm x 260 mm x 80 mm

Weight: 6.9 kg