Crazy 116 pads' instrument
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    Hi ! I'm creating this post to present to everybody a new instrument I just discovered on a crowdfunding platform. It's a 116 pads electronic instrument named Dualo.
    It looks crazy : beautiful controller, midi connection, battery powered, internal sequencer and synthesizer and many other features. I'm considering buying one, what do you think of it, looks amazing
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    It's a digital accordian!!!
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    kinda got that impression myself

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    HAHAHAHA....Man....i dunno about this one...
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    I don't understand the whole thing about not having to learn notation... Surely just like anything you have to know which button corresponds to which notes, or it's just gonna sound awful!!
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    Yes it looks like an electric accordian ! but according to what i read the note layout is not the same as an accordian, it's a new notation to play music easier. Robdquick, of course you have to know which button corresponds to which note but it looks easier than learning all music theory (which is a long and boring process for me )

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    Yes it looks like an electric accordian ! but according to what i read the note layout is not the same as an accordian, it's a new notation to play music easier. Robdquick, of course you have to know which button corresponds to which note but it looks easier than learning all music theory (which is a long and boring process for me )

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