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Toy OHB #15: Radioshack Play 'n' Jam
 

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Bit Pack

OHC02779 PlayNJam Keyboard.zip 6.2mb

Final Pack

OHC02991 Toy OHB #15_ Radioshack Play 'n' Jam finalpack.zip 21.2mb

 
 
67242
Level 23 Chipist
post #67242 :: 2016.05.10 10:02pm
Ass
 
 
67243
Level 21 Mixist
post #67243 :: 2016.05.10 10:58pm
http://weltenschule.de/TableHooters/PlayNJam.html
Tablehooters summary: bad smelling toy keyboard with nice LCD animations, rhythms & wonderful demos
 
 
67995
Level 26 Chipist
post #67995 :: 2016.05.22 11:21am :: edit 2016.05.22 2:30pm
I'm surprised that nobody realized that the high hat, snare, ride symbol and cowbell are Casio CTK-150 drum samples. The clap and kick drum are something else.
I've also seen Kawasaki versions of this keyboard on ebay. There's also an unbranded 25 keys variant, which likely shares the same CPU, but with only 25 keys instead of 32 keys.
 
 

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