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I got this keyboard a while ago before I knew that music was made with computers. This keyboard was much more than I expected, including layering two sounds and keyboard splitting.
I bought this E. Piano to practice on and use as a MIDI Keyboard, but one day I wanted to mess around with my effects pedals and see what this puppy could sound like with added effects and when I started playing I though it was cool that it could do that. Then I got Ableton Live and have been using it for it's Pad, Piano, and Organ presets just to mess around with them. As well as using as a MIDI Keyboard/Controller. It's pretty cool what you can do when you experiment with instruments people think are pieces of shit and are of no good use to you. But I think if you work with what you got you can do great things with what you have access to.