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Review | International Musician, Nov 1986
A first entry into the market, and this high-spec, dynamic, tuneable machine could be a real threat to the established names. Tony Reed takes stock
Review | Music Technology, May 1987
Programmable Digital Drum Machine
Few companies make synthesiser debuts as good as the Kawai K3. Now the same company has introduced its first digital beatbox; Simon Trask finds out if they've maintained the standard.
Review | Sound On Sound, Jun 1987
Kawai are quickly making a name for themselves in the hi-tech field thanks to good value products like the R100. Ian Waugh files his report.