- Introduced in 1974, the Keyboard Computer was the world's first digitized portable musical keyboard instrument. The advanced technology used in the Allen Organs was incorporated into a portable case, with it's own unique voicing. There were two model manufactured in this series of instruments, which were geared towards the professional musician (The KC-1 and the KC-2).
- This model, the KC-2 was introduced in 1975 and ended its production run in 1982. Electronically it was similar to the KC-1, but was made to be more user friendly. The third channel was eliminated, and presets were added to make real time voicing changes easier. Organ style rocker tabs replaced the push buttons for voicing, and the unit was housed in the familiar hard shell case. The list price of the instrument was originally $4750.
- This keyboard powers on but I do not have any of the original pedals with it and there is no output. It needs restoration. I think it's super cool just to own a piece of history. From what I've read, many of these are in museums.
- The list price of the instrument was $4750 in 1975
A Rare RMI Keyboard Computer KC-2 1975 First Digital Keyboard in Poor condition!
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