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Review | Micro Music, Aug/Sep 1989

Jez Ford makes waves with Kawai's value for money synth expander

Kawai K1

Review | Music Technology, Jun 1988

Kawai's latest synthesiser combines samples with sounds created using additive synthesis. Simon Trask investigates what could be a new dimension in synthesiser technology.

Kawai K1/K1M

Review | Music Technology, Mar 1988

Before you try to win one in our competition, this preview of Kawai's latest synth (and rack-mount alternative) should help whet your appetite.

Kawai K1R Synth Expander

Review | Phaze 1, May 1989

Kawai XS-1

Review | Music Technology, May 1993
Synthesiser Module

Remember the module? It's like a synth but it's got no keys. Weird, huh? Simon Trask takes a look at the new 1U, half-rack, 16-bit, MIDI box of sounds from Kawai.



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