The Casio LK-266 Keyboard offers comfortable playability and intuitive learning features to the student musician. The LK-266 lights up each key as it is pressed, which is a useful visual aid when developing chord patterns and scales. The Dance Music mode allows you to instantly create your own DJ songs, then add effects to enhance your sound. The LK-266's 400 tones and 100 accompanying rhythms cover a dynamic range of music genres and sounds including synths, string, pianos and wind instruments. This model benefits from compatibility with Casio's bespoke Chordana app, which allows students to independently learn with a step by step tuition guide. The LK-266 has six AA battery slots for taking your music on the go.
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The Chordana app is a bespoke tuition guide for helping you learn your favourite songs. The app contains 50 popular tunes that cover a range of difficulties for the student musician. The integrated MIDI function connects with your piano to monitor and judge your performance. Chordana’s visually stunning interface has a bright and colourful look on your smartphone or tablet. The music score function scrolls automatically in time to your playing for an undistracted performance. The songs can be assigned with you playing the complete piece, or individual left/right hand sections. Chordana is free and compatible with your LK-266 keyboard.
The Dance Music mode keeps your development fun and upbeat. Featuring EDM, house and hip-hop patterns, students can begin to combine phrases to create a full band setting. This allows students to begin composing and combining sound textures in an entertaining environment. You have full control over the three phrases and four parts of your song, and can turn them on and off at the touch of a button. Your dance track can then have a choice of four effects added for more depth to your sound. The Dance Music feature is ideal for keeping young musicians engaged and inspired to learn.
The LK-266’s keylighting board is ideal for musicians starting to play the piano. When each key is pressed it lights up red. This acts as a visual aid to help you see exactly where your hand is, clearly labelling your chord and scale shapes. This function can be turned off in time when students feel they are ready to practice without that aid. If you’re playing through one of the LK-266’s in built songs and it notices you’ve stopped, the voice fingering guide will tell you exactly which key and finger you should use.