Casio has unveiled a new instrument that can be used as an instrument for video games and other musical works, and it’s a game changer.
The company has launched a Kickstarter campaign to build the Cello Ensemble, an accordion-like instrument that sounds like a classic piano, but it’s an open-source project.
This instrument was designed to be modular and could be made to perform any kind of audio or visual work, with no restrictions on what type of sounds can be played.
The instrument will also be able to be played by a wide range of people, including musicians, and can be tuned to play any pitch, making it perfect for orchestras and symphony orchestras, for example.
The Cello has a unique shape that allows it to play almost any type of music, including jazz, blues, folk, rock, metal, and orchestral pieces.
The Cello will be available as a Kickstarter project and as an accessory for Casio devices and is currently available for $99.
Casio also announced a new line of controllers for the Cepeda, the company’s upcoming portable audio player, which are available for preorder now.