Please read this Agreement carefully. The basic operation is very simple. Anyone know why that is? So now to the questions. So, here’s the questions: I also recorded a couple of songs so you could hear it for yourself.
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I already had the PSR set up to work with the dumb controller and I just plugged in the CP33 and it worked perfectly first time! Splitting the keyboard is also simple, and again the sliders now can control the level of each section of the keyboard. Other sounds — the piano variations are OK, the electric pianos very good, the strings acceptable and I particularly like one of the jazz organ sounds. If i slam a key which hopefully would be one of the highest velocity it still doesn’t sound the same as when pushing the key on the computer.
I also recorded a couple of songs so you could hear it for yourself. Looking forward to hearing from you, Ben. Thanks so much for the help folks! This Agreement shall be interpreted according to and governed by Japanese law without reference to any principles of conflicts of law.
If all you are doing is audio playback, not recording from a mic or line-in then you can get an inexpensive USB audio interface and, yes it might soud better, Some of these interfaces have MIDI too. Then why return it?
I’m looking at this and I’m not seeing how it will work. A midi thru box will solve the only problem that you have with the piano.
It feels like when pressing a key it doesnt sound as clear on my CP33 as when i press a key in the Kontakt player. Or by becoming a Subscribing member!
Yamahz currently having trouble trying mii get the cp33 to work in midi, what setup do you use, cables etc? If I want to use sounds layered from both keyboards simultaneously, I just switch to the other midi set up. There is a pair of sliders, which lets you set the layering level for each voice.
Advertise on the most comprehensive and widely viewed musicians’ website. The V-Drum module does have midi thru, but the problem is that I can’t connect all the instruments and both record AND play back without having cpp33 do a cable swap.
Please read this Agreement carefully. On the other hand, they are reputed to be good.
Help keep the forums up and running with a donationany amount is appreciated! I love to play piano, but I also like the accompaniment features of the arranger, and the access to other voices on the arranger.
I like the CP33 because it’s pretty simple as far as selecting patches so my kids can use it too. It miidi stripped down but still has lots of features and you can adjust brightness, reverb and so on. By using the software listed below, you accept all the terms of the following license agreements.
The CP33 feels not just like a real piano, but a very good real piano. You are only permitted to use this software program pursuant to the terms and conditions of the attached Software License Agreement “Agreement”.
Why is it brighter sounding when played from the computer screen with a mouse? And importantly save th little 3. By the sound of it, the CP33 is a good fit. If you have a Tyrosyou hamaha have four pedals set up. The voice selection is simple, and layering is achieved by simply pressing two buttons.
If you do not agree with the terms, do not download, install, copy, or otherwise use this software program s. Through the M-Audios, the CP33 really sounds surprisingly like my baby grand. The M-Audios seem to have the perfect balance for a medium to large room, the bass is prominent but not overpowering, which it was on my other external speaker system.