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Genos Voices & Revo Drums / Re: Piano sound
« Last post by 2112 on Today at 02:19:50 AM »
What do you exactly mean by "little thin?"

What happens if you use your speakers to play the sound from a known good piano synthesizer like Pianoteq 6 Free Demo version?

QSC K12 are sound reinforcement speakers with Class D amplifier. They aren't meant to sound good, they meant to sound loud and be able to take lots of abuse. It certainly isn't a HiFi equipment.
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Your opinion and everyone else's opinion and experience matters to me and make me see things from another prospective which i might haven't thought.

Hi Panos -- That spirit comes through in your posts. We all learn from you, too. Thanks! -- pj
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Genos Voices & Revo Drums / Re: Turned My Genos Into A Tonewheel Organ Beast!
« Last post by gerard on Yesterday at 11:50:24 PM »
How did you get the key click with the Electro-Harmonix Lester K?

Regards,
Gerard
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Genos Registrations & Playlist / Re: Registration glitch
« Last post by Fred Smith on Yesterday at 11:47:30 PM »

Any error encountered is stored in Genos_log.log file. I don't know to tell you where is default path for this file, but it would be great to see some log from it. :)


That's the first time I've ever heard of a Genos log file. I certainly can't find one like it.

Where did you hear of such a log file?

Cheers,
Fred
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   I   have a registration  I created on my Genos that presently includes four Beatles tunes.  On 1,2,3 and 4 I have styles for  four  Beatles songs, one for each of the 4 numbers.  The  folder is named Beatles which I opens on button  1.  I really want to create a reg for each individual song in the location they are now so that each number 1,2,3 and 4 are individual  registrations. Is this possible? If so I would like to know how.  Thank you. Bob

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Genos - General / looking for 3/4 multipad - steel guitar pick
« Last post by Al Ram on Yesterday at 10:42:51 PM »
Hello Friends.

could not find Genos 3/4 multipad  . . . .   

does anyone have a 3/4 steel-guitar pick multipad or similar . . . .

that can share . . . 

thanks in advance.
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PSR-S970/S770/S670 (SFF2) / Re: S670: How to record short repeatable sequences?
« Last post by panos on Yesterday at 10:17:32 PM »
Roy don't get me wrong. :(
I am terribly sorry if my posts gives you the idea that I argue with you,or PJD,or SeaGtGruff or Tyrosaurus....
Maybe is my bad english...piffff
It is just that everyone of us see things in a different way and just saying his opinion.
Your opinion and everyone else's opinion and experience matters to me and make me see things from another prospective which i might haven't thought.

 
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PSR-S970/S770/S670 (SFF2) / Re: S670: How to record short repeatable sequences?
« Last post by pjd on Yesterday at 10:14:58 PM »
Hi folks --

I get what you're saying, Roy. There should be an easier path and maybe creating a loop style, DJ style or whatever is too much effort or complication. Granted.

That said, I knocked out the demo loop in about an hour. Most of that time was spent making the MIDI file, i.e., finding MIDI phrases that fit together in some musical way. I made the MIDI file in SONAR, including the three markers needed for a minimal style, GM reset and XG reset. Then, I used Jorgen's CASM editor to add the NTR/NTT info. The actual style creation part of the job took 10 minutes once I had an acceptable MIDI loop with parts.

BTW, I'm not going to underestimate Tom. In one of his experiments (posts), he started out with a MIDI loop produced in Ableton Live. In his first post, he has even created voices for the S670 using YEM. Sounds like an adventurous dude.  :)

Whether this is the appropriate approach for someone or not, all I can do is create opportunities for other Forum members.

Hey, hey, have a good weekend, folks! Don't forget to play!

-- pj
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PSR-S970/S770/S670 (SFF2) / Re: S670: How to record short repeatable sequences?
« Last post by pjd on Yesterday at 10:01:45 PM »
Here's a demo "loop style" for jazzers.

I started off with a 16 bar MIDI loop. The first eight bars are Dmin7 and the second 8 bars are Cmin7.

There are five style parts:

Channel  Instrument  C.Root  C.Type
-------  ----------  ------  ------
   10      Drum         C     maj7   ROOT FIXED  BYPASS
   11      Bass         D     min7   ROOT TRANS  BYPASS
   12      Guitar       D     min7   ROOT TRANS  BYPASS
   13      EPiano       D     min7   ROOT TRANS  BYPASS
   14      Pad          D     min7   ROOT TRANS  BYPASS

The chord type will be ignored because chord type conversion is bypassed. Only the chord root note (D) is significant.

The style contains only one section: MAIN A. The key that is played in the accompany zone (left hand) determines the new root note. Play D and the chord progression starts with Dmin7. Play E and the chord progression starts with Emin7, etc.

Please feel free to edit. I think this is the simplest possible style, technically.  :)

All the best -- pj

P.S. This isn't meant to be great music...
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Genos - General / Re: Martin Harris settings
« Last post by valimaties on Yesterday at 09:34:30 PM »
Has anyone asked Yamaha if Martin Harris could put up his personal settings for voices
Bob

You will never see that info :D

Regards,
Vali
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