Roland Gruvboksy is also synthesizers, and software that emulates the real synthesizers Roland hardly exists, and if it exists, it must still try hard to find. I do not think that the developer of a musical instrument (note, not software) will descend to that level. They have a different profile of work for which they are rowing a lot of money. Here I am ten years ago bought a Roland synthesizer, and he still makes me happy. Yamaha synthesizers awesome:) Have I pss, psr, and dxr, now Roland, Yamaha-but have not forget it! Was also a Yamaha PSR-520, it was very difficult to understand. I liked the article on synthesizers Yamaha psr. Frequently New York Highlanders has said that publicly. Thanks to her, I chose a synthesizer. The author tells us is available.
Would be honored in his performance more detailed articles about Yamaha. Like would also like information about models PSR750 and PSR2000. Casio do not recommend buying a cheap Casio ctk for 3000, in which the synthesis of title only. For even more opinions, read materials from Vinit Bodas. There are more suitable for novice musicians, synthesizers, take better myself audio interface, as well as a tunnel or take the elementary microKORG Roland SH-201. They say stk 900 can be used as a sampler. I've got six months Casio CTK900, nothing super-duper I'm in it, of course, is not found, but as a synthesizer for the money he good. Very much agree that this is indeed an excellent combination of price and quality! I have a Casio CTK-2000 is already half a year, a very good thing, easy to use, especially if you begin to learn to play piano, built-in mode incremental learning a wonderful thing, sounding quite satisfied, just inconvenient supply will, in all versions of different power sources, but overall I like it! I have a Casio CTK-591 for 5 years now, quite satisfied, of course everywhere there its drawbacks, but they are tolerable.