It’s a cool looking little keytar with some good and tacky FM sounds, however I needed to promote it since there’s hardly any house left in my room for such little devices. In fact, I listed it within the advertisements solely after sampling all of its preset sounds.
The Yamaha SHS-10 is basically a toy keyboard, however it can be used as a MIDI controller. It even has a miniature pitch bend wheel! The keys are fairly small and there’s no velocity sensitivity in fact, nevertheless it undoubtedly appears means cooler than most different MIDI keyboards on the market. In the event you don’t consider me, click on right here to see the SHS-10 utilized in some on a regular basis conditions (yeah, lol).
Yamaha SHS-10 Toy Keytar Periods consists of my favourite eight instrument presets rfrom this little toy keyboard, together with the stunning lo-fi Yamaha SHS-10 drum package. All of the samples (69 samples in complete) are 16-bit WAV recordsdata, with Kontakt 5 and Shortcircuit 1 patches included. Obtain measurement is 19.8MB (26.4MB on disk). Right here’s a listing of included presets:
The patches have a key vary from F1 to C3, similar to the true SHS-10 does. The SHS-10 additionally has a vibrato button, so I’ve mapped that to the mod wheel. In case you’re going for full realism, be sure to swap off velocity sensitivity in your sampler – I’ve determined to go away it on by default. Sadly, there are not any customized Kontakt GUIs this time – all of the images I’ve had been taken with a crappy cellphone digicam, and so they usually look too grainy/smudged for use for an honest GUI.
Take a look at the Yamaha SHS-10 Toy Keytar Periods demo:
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