electronic keyboard

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electronic keyboard

n
1. (Electronics) a typewriter keyboard used to operate an electronic device such as a computer, word processor, etc
2. (Electronics) the full name for keyboard2
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Aside from TVs items like headphones and electric keyboard will be on sale too.
The group features electric keyboard and organ-trio riffs and grooves combined with solid rhythmic support from the bass and drums.
The sound of music filled the air at the Ingleby Care Home, in Ingleby Barwick, yesterday thanks to an electric keyboard gift from Teesside band The Wildcats of Kilkenny.
The men were pictured being hit across the back and legs with a wooden stick in a public square in Syria after IS's fanatical Islamic enforcers ruled that the electric keyboard was "offensive to Muslims.
That same fabric is used in the QuNeo electric keyboard designed by McMillen and played by professional musicians like Hancock.
At HeatSync, which opened in 2009, Larry Campbell, 49, is working on a nuclear fusion chamber, while Ryan McDermott, 27, tinkers with an electric keyboard programmed to make the colors dance on an LED strip in preparation for Nevada's annual Burning Man alternative arts festival.
Charles took the new stage name Del Shannon, and Max, who had invented his own electric keyboard called a Musitron, became Maximilian.
Being from outer space, Sun Ra was afraid neither of electrons nor electricity and so was one of the first musicians on Earth to us an electric keyboard," Raschka writes.
The two Saturday morning workshops would give would be aimed at adult absolute beginners, giving them the chance to learn the basics of guitar, drum kit or electric keyboard.
Hancock's performance of acoustic piano and electric keyboard of funk jazz with electronic notes, was accompanied by a guest vocalist, UAE's Hamdan Al Abri.
Hence this new season at the Epstein in Hanover Street, which reunites actors Stephen Fletcher and Helen Carter with musical director Nick Phillips - graduating from electric keyboard to baby grand, and includes the addition of a violinist (Emily Roe) and cellist (Luke Moore).
The group included electric keyboard, electric guitar and a drum machine, which supplied the twangy little hook that ran through 'Alif Allah Chambey di Booti.