The piano’s wildest feature is the ability to scan your own custom waveforms. Just cut a waveform shape into a piece of card, slot it into a hole on the top, and it will modify the sound accordingly. Obviously, you can use a conventional shape like a sawtooth wave, but you’re probably going to have more fun seeing what kind of sound Mario’s face would generate. The input slot also allows you to sequence your own drum loops: you’re supplied with a piece of card in the Variety Kit with four rows of pre-cut holes, each row corresponding to a different drum track and each hole a point on the loop. By pushing out the card you can ‘sequence’ your own drum loops. It feels a little laborious to put together a rhythm in this way, but as with the piano’s other functions, it gives you an easily-digestible introduction to the basics of how a real drum machine works.
Edited by THIS IS MICHAEL JACKSON, 22 April 2018 - 01:44 PM.