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Keytar: Quiz


Question 1: Page McConnell of the jam band Phish is often seen playing a keytar anytime the band covers the song "Frankenstein" by ________.
Billy SquierEdgar WinterShock Treatment (album)David Lee Roth

Question 2: A keytar is a relatively lightweight keyboard (with or without a built-in synthesizer) that is supported by a strap around the neck and shoulders, similar to the way a ________ is supported by a guitar strap.
Electric guitarGuitarBass guitarClassical guitar

Question 3: It has one oscillator with two waveforms, an 'octave-divided' sub-oscillator, and a ________/VCF capable of self oscillation.
Low-pass filterRC circuitElectronic filterButterworth filter

Question 4: The term "keytar" is a ________ of the words "keyboard" and "guitar." Keytars may either contain their own synthesis engines, or simply be controllers, triggering notes on another MIDI capable synthesizer.
PortmanteauBlendHumpty DumptySupercouple

Question 5: The Roland SH-101 is a small, 32 key, monophonic ________ from the early 1980s.
Roland CorporationMoog synthesizerModular synthesizerAnalog synthesizer

Question 6: It has 45 velocity sensitive keys (without aftertouch), and a 3-character ________ display.
LED lampFluorescent lampGas-discharge lampLight-emitting diode

Question 7: In the ________ and early 2000s, they were extremely unfashionable.

Question 8: The instrument has a ________ for triggering musical notes and sounds.
Keyboard instrumentPianoAccordionMusical keyboard

Question 9: ________, in his appearances in HBO's Flight of the Conchords' plays a keytar which Bret McKenzie mistakenly refers to as a guit-board.
The Colbert ReportJon StewartStephen ColbertDemetri Martin

Question 10: Controls for pitch bends, ________, portamento, and sustain are placed on the instrument’s “neck".

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