The Casio CTK-6250 features a piano-style touch-response keyboard, song sequencer, tone editor, multiple digital effects, mixer, performance registration memory, USB MIDI interface, SD card storage and hundreds of editable tones. Both models offer a pitch bend wheel, back lit displays, music presets and 700 individual tones in a portable design.
The Casio CTK-6250 has all the tools you need to practice, compose and perform. The extensive list of features and the sound from the high-output 2-way bass reflex sound system found in these music workstations will give you the chance to bring your musical ideas to life and discover the musician in you.
SEQUENCER AND 32 CHANNEL MIXER
16 track song sequencer + 1 system track supports recording of up to 5 songs or approximately 30,000 notes. Choices of editing tools include event insert, copy and delete, quantize note locator and a step recording function. The mixer can be used in conjunction with instrument input feature.
Allows you to combine instrumental parts from multiple built-in rhythms, turn individual instrumental portions on or off and adjust volume, pan reverb and other parameters to create your own personal rhythms. The rhythm editor can store up to 10 original rhythms in memory for recall at any time.
Attack and release time, cut off, vibrato, reverb, chorus and DSP can be adjusted based on your preferences.
Casio continues the tradition or providing "class compliant" USB connectivity on Portable digital pianos. This allows Casio Portable digital pianos to be used with Mac or Windows computers without the need for downloading drivers. Class Compliant USB MIDI also allows Portable digital pianos can also be used as a controller the Apple iPad simply with the use of Apple's Camera Connection Kit.
MULTIPLE DIGITAL EFFECTS
A wide range of built-in effects include 10 reverbs, 5 choruses and 100 DSP types. You can create your own DSP effects and store up to 100 unique styles.
The CTK-6250 can store 4 sets & 8 banks for a total of 32 set ups. The simplicity of the registration process makes it a great feature for live performances