monotron

monotron

[′män·ə‚trän]
(electronics)
(metallurgy)
A machine for determining indentation hardness by measuring the load required to dent a specimen to a constant depth with a diamond 0.625 millimeter in diameter.
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A good example of this type of keyboard is the Korg Monotron, which sells for about $50.
Controlled by a simple touch of your little finger but packing some of the same features as a full-sized keyboard [bar] Korg Monotron, pounds 50 from www.
Unlike a digital piano, which typically only imitates a handful of instruments, today's synthesizers can range in price from under $50 for the Korg Monotron Duo, to mid-priced units from brands like Alesis, to over $4000 for brands like the Nord Stage 288.