The Casio HT-6000 was a keyboard from the late 1980s.
It had programmable rhythms and simple synth features.
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This keyboard had dozens of sounds and you could program drum and accompaniment loops.
You couldn't sequence full songs, though, which meant it wasn't a complete keyboard workstation.
Unfortunately, to my ears, the HT-6000 sounded muffled and cold.
I think my Casio CT-310 sounded warmer and more "fun".
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Last updated: 2008-05-21
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