CASIO CTK-6000 SEQUENCER DEMO


DETAILS OF THE DEMO POSTED ON YOUTUBE:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ft8nLiFpyF8

The demo was entirely constructed in the sequencer - no keyboard input while it plays - using the drum tracks only from auto-accompaniment, and 16 instrument tracks.

The demo plays at 250 bpm but input was done at speeds varying from 75 to 140 (my fingers are far too stiff these days to attempt the full speed).

AUTO RHYTHM

Intro
Jazz/European 003 Fast Big Band 'Normal' (plus Track B1)
Chorus 1
World/Various 001 Dixie 'Normal'
Chorus 2
World/Various 001 Dixie 'Normal'
Chorus 3
Jazz/European 003 Fast Big Band 'Normal'
Chorus 4
Piano Rhythms 025 Jazz Combo 2 'Normal'
Chorus 5
Jazz/European 003 Fast Big Band 'Normal'
Chorus 6
Jazz/European 002 Middle Big Band 'Normal' ('Variation' at end)
Chorus 7
Jazz/European 001 Slow Big Band 'Variation'
Chorus 8
World/Various 001 Dixie 'Variation'

TRACK DETAILS

B1
Drums intro
GM/Drums 141 Jazz set
B2
Drums extra
GM/Drums 141 Jazz set
B3
Trumpet solo and ensemble
Brass 001 Trumpet
B4
Trumpet backing
Brass 001 Trumpet
B5
Clarinet solo
Reed/Pipe 024 Jazz Clarinet
B6
Clarinet ensemble
Reed/Pipe 024 Jazz Clarinet
B7
Trombone solo and ensemble Brass 009 Trombone 1
B8
Trombone backing
Brass 009 Trombone 1
B9
Piano solo left
Piano 001 Stereo Grand Piano
B10
Drums closing
GM/Drums 141 Jazz set
B11
Piano backing
Piano 001 Stereo Grand Piano
B12
Bass solo
Bass 001 Acoustic Bass 1
B13
Bass backing & ensemble
Bass 001 Acoustic Bass 1
B14
Banjo solo
Others 041 Banjo
B15
Banjo backing
Others 041 Banjo
B16
Piano solo right
Piano 001 Stereo Grand Piano

(Obviously track B10 should have been Piano solo right, but for some reason it stuck on the drum bank and I couldn't shift it - a little bug, presumably,)

This was created as a demo of the built-in sequencer, showing that it is quite powerful. However if I was going to do something like this 'for real' I wouldn't do it on the keyboard (which is better at instant gratification) but in GarageBand as editing is much easier, right down to much easier correcting of individual notes.

You can download the data file here: http://rfwilmut.net/share/Saints.CMS.zip and use the Casio Data Manager to transfer it into your keyboard.

More demos:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-2x3asz00g 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=du1oUYXp7AY
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=955eT2THY2g
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-25_MDXPS2Q
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AMPGitk4dSY

Roger Wilmut. This site is not associated with Casio