Midi wind synthesizer

Midi wind synthesizer
Midi wind synthesizer: keyboard instrument produce imitation of sounds electronically and having a midi sounds bank.
Earphone jack: connector to plug-in earphone.
Output jack: allows to connect a midi cable to another synthesizer.
Input jack: allows to connect a midi cable from another synthesizer.
Jack control knobs: allows to control output and input jacks.
Programming board: controls allowing to select or modify the synthesizer parameters.
Sound control: buttons allowing to control the pitch and vibration of sound.
Match cable: allows to connect an external controller.
Right keys: keys played with the right hand to produce notes.
Left keys: keys played with the left hand to produce notes.
Mouthpiece: slim piece of a wind instrument that is placed between the lips.

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EN : Bells (ceramic)
FR : Cloche
ES : Campana


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