You can play styles rhythms while playing instruments. Keys are touch sensitive so if you press softer, you get a lower voice. You can record your own music with Portable ORG.

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You can adjust reverb, room size, damping and width values.

You can play all music maqams in Arabic and Turkish music. You can load and save scales. There are 29 predefined scales.

You can set pitchbend using pitchbend wheel.

Panel color, Comma, visible keys widths of the keys , reverb, equalizer, rhythm volume and style rhythm tempo, sustain, filter and whoosh effects can be adjusted using menu. Rhythm tempo can be also adjusted using tempo wheel. You can adjust the panel color changing the RGB Red, Green, Blue values so you can select the color you want between 16 millions of colors.

You can scroll between octaves and keys using arrow. He was born in reportedly, but no one knows how old he actually is in the village of Tell Tamer near the city of Ras al-Ayn in northeastern Syria, in Al-Hasakah Governorate.

A Sunni, Souleyman has emphasized the influence of his region's culturally diverse milieu, e. While details about his childhood and young adult life are unknown, his career as a wedding singer began in with a group of musicians he worked with for the next 20 years recording boatloads of cassettes -- essentially live recordings -- of his gigs.

In , U. Dabke and Jazeera Nights followed in and Souleyman, whose music has become increasingly sampled by international DJs, began touring in Europe and the United States to large audiences. In , after the outbreak of the Syrian Civil War, he relocated to Turkey and lost most of his band.

The album featured selections by Souleyman and his band performing across Europe, in Australia, and in the United States. Souleyman also remixed "Crystalline," from Björk's series of singles preceding the release of Biophilia; he recorded the cut "Mawal" as a B-side for the project.

The set was produced by Four Tet's Kieran Hebden, and was Souleyman's first album to be primarily recorded in a Western studio. He and his band also performed sold-out concerts in Belgium, Ireland, and in Boise, Idaho.

In October he performed at Bristol's Simple Things Festival and signed to Modeselektor's Monkeytown label, recording and releasing Bahdeni Nami in the summer of The album featured production collaborations with his label bosses as well as Hebden, Gilles Peterson, Legowelt, and Black Lips.

Souleyman played the world's music festivals in support and toured both the U.