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Casio MT-68 with FAC Alteza Reverb

Reader Maria Calfa-DePaul made her old Casio MT-68 sound amazing with FAC Alteza!

Video Description:

I wanted to try out the FAC Alteza reverb on my old Casio MT-68 and boy was I glad I did. It really changed it and I liked what I heard.
This set up is the keyboard out going into my Focusrite Scarlett interface and that going into the usb hub and the lightning to usb going to the iPad as well as a small but powerful battery!
I recorded the whole thing in AUM and that is the sound you hear. I didn't alter it in any way!
Thanks for watching and hope you can subscribe and share!
Maria

Reader Comments 3

Why do we love reverb so much?
February 20, 2020  | person_outline El Jeffe
Lol. Well for me it just puts me in a different space !!

Tim! Thanks for sharing my video !
February 20, 2020  | person_outline Maria Calfa-DePaul
As much as I love a good reverb (and I do!)-- I also really love the "effect" of a super dry track, when reverb would be expected.

In many live situations, I have to add reverb begrudgingly, especially when the part is grooving.
February 21, 2020  | favorite_border stub
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