MATRIXSYNTH: Kawai K5m Digital Synthesizer Demo

Monday, December 21, 2015

Kawai K5m Digital Synthesizer Demo

Published on Dec 21, 2015 Cloudwalk Music

"The Kawai K5 is a digital synthesizer that uses additive synthesis to create tones. The K5 was first released in 1987. Unfortunately, probably because of new ROMpler workstations like the Korg M1 and Roland D-50, the Kawai K5 was quickly forgotten.
In the demo, you'll see and hear the Kawai K5m, which is the rack mount module version.

The K5 creates tones via additive synthesis. Users can manipulate up to 128 individual harmonics. Programming it can seem complicated at first, but there are some shortcuts to working with it.

All of the original sound presets for the factory bank and the external card banks are still available from Kawai for free download.
For more information on the Kawai K5, this is a great resource:"

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