This instrument from 1981 was the direct successor of the Casiotone 201 (world first Casio keyboard) and behaves very similar. The Casiotone 202 sound bank had already 49 sounds at a time where other preset keyboards still had maximum about 12 or 20 preset sounds. But otherwise it had no selectable envelopes anymore, which basically doubled the number of available sounds of the 201, but the Casiotone 202 instead had 3 different vibrato variants and a real sustain switch.
All sounds are based on 2 mixed multipulse squarewaves with independent digital envelopes those are sent through different capacitor filters. The resulting timbres remind to C64 or historical videogame musics. Casio called this system Consonant Vowel synthesis.
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