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Re: Casio Privia PX-S1000 ($900) and S3000 ($1200) [Re: AnotherScott] #2972619 01/30/19 12:51 PM
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Thanks Fleer! Casio actually doesn't publicize ROM size specs, so I'm afraid I don't have an answer for you on that one.

AnotherScott, my comment about "all the great sounds you hear in the higher end CT-X" could have come out better. It is missing some of the sounds as you say, but it does have the effects editing capability of the CT-X3000/5000. We are close but not quite at the final spec so I'll need to hold off on exactly which sounds are missing.

The PX-S1000's non-piano sounds are indeed different than what's in the PX-160 and CT-X.


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Re: Casio Privia PX-S1000 ($900) and S3000 ($1200) [Re: RichF] #2972621 01/30/19 01:06 PM
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I’m confused. Are all the Electric Pianos in the S3000 from the CTX series ?

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Re: Casio Privia PX-S1000 ($900) and S3000 ($1200) [Re: RichF] #2972627 01/30/19 01:39 PM
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Originally Posted By: RichF
We are close but not quite at the final spec so I'll need to hold off on exactly which sounds are missing.
I think this is the key phrase regarding the PX-S3000 in what Rich has posted. Until the spec of the PX-S3000 is finalized, they won't be able to say exactly what's in it. Or, they could say what was in it at NAMM but it could change, so they'd be better off saying they don't know yet.

Jazz+ My guess is that the EPs in the PX-S3000 will be similar to the CT-X ones, but with more DSP power and thus many more possibilities. I'd be surprised if the chorus was "baked in" the tine-style EP on that model, but I can't say for sure. (OTOH, look at the PX-S1000 as a PX-160 replacement, and it's possible the effects would be baked in on those tones if they are on the PX-160. Again, just guessing based on what past models have had.)


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Re: Casio Privia PX-S1000 ($900) and S3000 ($1200) [Re: Joe Muscara] #2972638 01/30/19 02:14 PM
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Everything about the effects on the EPs (and other tones) can be fully modified on the PX-S3000.

Re: Casio Privia PX-S1000 ($900) and S3000 ($1200) [Re: Mike Martin] #2972648 01/30/19 02:59 PM
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Thanks Mike.
I just hope the PX-S1000 will remain interesting enough.
There's something about that sleek screenless slab I just love.

Re: Casio Privia PX-S1000 ($900) and S3000 ($1200) [Re: Fleer] #2972653 01/30/19 03:12 PM
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Originally Posted By: Fleer
I just hope the PX-S1000 will remain interesting enough.
There's something about that sleek screenless slab I just love.
They both look like that, no? Especially when they're powered down.


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Re: Casio Privia PX-S1000 ($900) and S3000 ($1200) [Re: Joe Muscara] #2972656 01/30/19 03:18 PM
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I just hope the PX-S1000 will remain interesting enough.
There's something about that sleek screenless slab I just love.
They both look like that, no? Especially when they're powered down.

It's the little things. No knobs, no levers. If they don't cripple the PX-S1000 I'll get several.

Re: Casio Privia PX-S1000 ($900) and S3000 ($1200) [Re: Fleer] #2972680 01/30/19 04:57 PM
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BTW... regarding competition with these Casios...

Did anyone happen to hear the new Roland FP -10 at NAMM?

It lists for $ 499.00. Apparently it has the Supernatural piano of some sort, and the Rhodes demo I heard didn't sound too bad.

I recently played an FP- 30 and was pleasantly surprised. The only thing to compare it to was the new Yamaha portable, P 125 or something.

I thought the Roland FP 30 held up well to that.

The FP 10 has also perked my interest in the Portable category.

Re: Casio Privia PX-S1000 ($900) and S3000 ($1200) [Re: LX88] #2972702 01/30/19 06:27 PM
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Question re splits: will the sustain pedal operation be editable for either side of a split? Many folks prefer Left Hand Bass not to sustain, however, I do.


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Re: Casio Privia PX-S1000 ($900) and S3000 ($1200) [Re: drawback] #2972726 01/30/19 08:37 PM
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Can I assume the Chorus is “baked in” on the “Electric Piano” in the S1000?
I own a CTX . If I buy a S3000 will I be getting much a improved sounding “Electric Pianos” than what I have in the CTX? Thanks


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Re: Casio Privia PX-S1000 ($900) and S3000 ($1200) [Re: Jazz+] #2972727 01/30/19 08:47 PM
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Originally Posted By: Jazz+
Can I assume the Chorus is “baked in” on the “Electric Piano” in the S1000?
I own a CTX . If I buy a S3000 will I be getting much a improved sounding “Electric Pianos” than what I have in the CTX? Thanks


What model CT-X?

Re: Casio Privia PX-S1000 ($900) and S3000 ($1200) [Re: Mike Martin] #2972741 01/30/19 11:34 PM
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Can I assume the Chorus is “baked in” on the “Electric Piano” in the S1000?
I own a CTX . If I buy a S3000 will I be getting much a improved sounding “Electric Pianos” than what I have in the CTX? Thanks


What model CT-X?


I'm guessing it's the CT-X 700 is listed in his signature.


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Re: Casio Privia PX-S1000 ($900) and S3000 ($1200) [Re: Mighty Motif Max] #2972748 01/31/19 12:36 AM
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I have a CT-X700. I was under the impression that that their sound engine produced the same quality (fidelity) of patches across four models of CT-X. Only that they could be edited on the higher models with more additional features and bigger speakers.

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Re: Casio Privia PX-S1000 ($900) and S3000 ($1200) [Re: Jazz+] #2972757 01/31/19 01:51 AM
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Originally Posted By: Jazz+
I have CTx-700 as listed in my signature since they debuted. I researched the CTx models at that time and was under the impression that I was told that their sound engine produced the same quality (fidelity or resolution) of patches across four models of CTX. Only that they could be edited on the higher models with more additional features and bigger speakers.


There are MORE tones on the higher end models which also provide access to countless effect algorithms.

I frankly haven't had a moment to do a side by side but just due to the nature of the fact that you can edit effects on the PX-S3000 those patches that are the same or similar as your CT-X700 have the ability to be significantly different. There are over 90 amplifier models to choose from in some of the distortion algorithms as an example - add this to the modulation effects, it is a different animal.

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Re: Casio Privia PX-S1000 ($900) and S3000 ($1200) [Re: Fleer] #2972764 01/31/19 03:56 AM
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Originally Posted By: Fleer
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I just hope the PX-S1000 will remain interesting enough.
There's something about that sleek screenless slab I just love.
They both look like that, no? Especially when they're powered down.

It's the little things. No knobs, no levers. If they don't cripple the PX-S1000 I'll get several.
If you want zero, okay. The PX-S3000 has a pitch bend wheel and two modulation knobs, all on the left side of the keys. It still looks pretty clean to me, but if you don't need them, the PX-S1000 should do. thu


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Re: Casio Privia PX-S1000 ($900) and S3000 ($1200) [Re: Joe Muscara] #2972829 01/31/19 02:53 PM
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I guess their PX-S3000 video is still being completed.


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Re: Casio Privia PX-S1000 ($900) and S3000 ($1200) [Re: Joe Muscara] #2972839 01/31/19 03:20 PM
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^Wow it's so nice and quiet at this NAMM! Must have been a lull in the action...

Ok so I'm trying to get up to speed here. Disregarding the auxiliary sounds, are the core pianos ("Grand Piano Concert," "Bright," "Mellow," "Rock" and "Jazz") the same in both the PX-S1000 and PX-S3000? At $600 the 1000 is just barely above impulse purchase level. The 3000 not so much.

Both could function as an addition to a main rig for times you want to just grab a keyboard for piano and go. I hope the speakers are decent. Battery power is a plus for things I'm thinking about.

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Obviously you can't do any type of critical listening at the show but still I really liked what I heard. I hadn't played a Casio in years and this came as a shock to me! They've done a great job at this price range. I might even get the S1000. The fact that you can use the pedal to turn pages and control various functions is great too.

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Re: Casio Privia PX-S1000 ($900) and S3000 ($1200) [Re: Bill H.] #2972844 01/31/19 03:46 PM
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The 3000 ticks a ton of boxes for me. Can't wait to get my hands on one. Feel is key, and if there's some approximation of escapement so that keys repeat without full travel, all the better.

More often than not I'd be controlling virtual keys with it, but the built-in patches sound like they'd be more than adequate for any live situation I'd find myself in.

Re: Casio Privia PX-S1000 ($900) and S3000 ($1200) [Re: johnchop] #2972866 01/31/19 05:28 PM
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Between the Max demo a few pages back and the one Joe posted - no way it sounded that good to me in the din of NAMM with phones. Or the little I could make out with the internals and mini- desk type monitors they had set up.

Ditto with that video I just posted on the CP88. These line in recordings are worlds apart from what you're hearing at NAMM, with questionable quality phones.

Again, I found the Casio action very good and not getting in the way of anything I was trying to play. The Nord Piano 4 felt sort of clunky by comparison fwiw.

I'd be surprised to hear of anyone not liking it.

Re: Casio Privia PX-S1000 ($900) and S3000 ($1200) [Re: Dave Ferris] #2972872 01/31/19 05:42 PM
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I'm sold on the new 2019 S1000 and S3000 models.
My only reservation is its clean tone Fender Rhodes piano for jazz blowing.

The S1000 only has a Dyno-Rhodes with Chorus built in. That wont work for jazz blowing. It does not have a clean tone Rhodes.

I believe that the S3000 clean tone Rhodes is based on the CTX series Rhodes. The 2018 CTX Rhodes were inferior, imo, to the PX-360 and PX560 Rhodes. I did a side by side.
My hope is that the new S series software and key action improves the sample clarity and the dynamic response of the clean tone Fender Rhodes patches.


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Originally Posted By: Jazz+
The S1000 only has a Dyno-Rhodes with Chorus built in.

Where did you find that info? That's surprising, since the similarly 18-sound PX-160 that it is effectively superseding had two Rhodes EP sounds (and a Wurli and a DX7-FM).

Originally Posted By: Jazz+
The 2018 CTX Rhodes were inferior, imo, to the PX-360 and PX560 Rhodes. I did a side by side.
And even the 560 has some additional nice Rhodes sounds that are not in the 360. But I'm curious, did you ever try playing your CTX Rhodes from your 360? Maybe they would not be inferior if you played them from a hammer action? (It's not the easiest thing to test since the CTX doesn't have a standard MIDI port, but you can do it if both keyboards are connected to a computer.)


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...(It's not the easiest thing to test since the CTX doesn't have a standard MIDI port, but you can do it if both keyboards are connected to a computer.)


How would someone do that? Is it possible with any pair of usb-midi and 5-pin midi keyboards? Or two USB-midi keyboards?


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Re: Casio Privia PX-S1000 ($900) and S3000 ($1200) [Re: Mighty Motif Max] #2972905 01/31/19 08:54 PM
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...(It's not the easiest thing to test since the CTX doesn't have a standard MIDI port, but you can do it if both keyboards are connected to a computer.)


How would someone do that? Is it possible with any pair of usb-midi and 5-pin midi keyboards? Or two USB-midi keyboards?

Once you connect two keyboards to your computer (or iPad)--regardless of whether the keyboards are connected via their USB ports or standard MIDI jacks--you then have the ability to route things between them, so you can play the keys on one and trigger the sounds on the other.


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The S1000 only has a Dyno-Rhodes with Chorus built in.

Where did you find that info? That's surprising, since the similarly 18-sound PX-160 that it is effectively superseding had two Rhodes EP sounds (and a Wurli and a DX7-FM).

Originally Posted By: Jazz+
The 2018 CTX Rhodes were inferior, imo, to the PX-360 and PX560 Rhodes. I did a side by side.
And even the 560 has some additional nice Rhodes sounds that are not in the 360. But I'm curious, did you ever try playing your CTX Rhodes from your 360? Maybe they would not be inferior if you played them from a hammer action? (It's not the easiest thing to test since the CTX doesn't have a standard MIDI port, but you can do it if both keyboards are connected to a computer.)


I listened very carefully to every demo of the S1000's "Electric Piano", repeatedly... It's a Dyno-Rhodes type (dingy bell attack) with Chorus effect built in. It's NOT a clean tone Rhodes for jazz blowing. So that leads me to the S3000.

I compared my PX-360 clean Fender Rhodes, side by side, with the CT-X700 clean Fender Rhodes using Sony MDR 506 headphones. The PX-360 clean Rhodes had a better simulation, something was lacking with the clean tone Tender Rhodes in the CT=X700. My iPhone Scarbee clean Fender Rhodes still sounded fantastic when played from the CT-X700 key bed and from the PX-360 key bed. Therefore, I doubt the CT-X700 key bed was diminishing its internal clean Fender Rhodes patches.

Does the clean tone Rhodes in the S3000 have better clarity and dynamic response than the CT-X series clean tone Rhodes did? Who knows?

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...(It's not the easiest thing to test since the CTX doesn't have a standard MIDI port, but you can do it if both keyboards are connected to a computer.)


How would someone do that? Is it possible with any pair of usb-midi and 5-pin midi keyboards? Or two USB-midi keyboards?

Once you connect two keyboards to your computer (or iPad)--regardless of whether the keyboards are connected via their USB ports or standard MIDI jacks--you then have the ability to route things between them, so you can play the keys on one and trigger the sounds on the other.


Do I need special software to do this? I run Cubase AI 9.5, but also have Studio One 4 Prime, GarageBand, and Audacity. My interface can handle one set of 5-pin jacks, and then I could connect a usb-midi keyboard to a normal usb port on the computer?


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Originally Posted By: Jazz+
I listened very carefully to every demo of the S1000's "Electric Piano", repeatedly... It's a Dyno-Rhodes type (dingy bell attack) with Chorus effect built in.

I'm not doubting that the S1000 has a dyno-sounding Rhodes sound in it... I'm asking how you know that that is the *only* Rhodes sound in it. The model it's superseding has two, so I'm surprised to hear this only has one.

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I compared my PX-360 clean Fender Rhodes, side by side, with the CT-X700 clean Fender Rhodes using Sony MDR 506 headphones. The PX-360 clean Rhodes had a better simulation, something was lacking with the clean tone Tender Rhodes in the CT=X700. My iPhone Scarbee clean Fender Rhodes still sounded fantastic when played from the CT-X700 key bed and from the PX-360 key bed. Therefore, I doubt the CT-X700 key bed was diminishing its internal clean Fender Rhodes patches.

Another interesting "level the playing field" test could be to play a MIDI file into the Rhodes sounds of both keyboards, and see if you still hear the same "something lacking" in the CTX Rhodes vs the PX360.


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[quote=AnotherScott]...(It's not the easiest thing to test since the CTX doesn't have a standard MIDI port, but you can do it if both keyboards are connected to a computer.)


How would someone do that? Is it possible with any pair of usb-midi and 5-pin midi keyboards? Or two USB-midi keyboards?

Once you connect two keyboards to your computer (or iPad)--regardless of whether the keyboards are connected via their USB ports or standard MIDI jacks--you then have the ability to route things between them, so you can play the keys on one and trigger the sounds on the other.


Do I need special software to do this? I run Cubase AI 9.5, but also have Studio One 4 Prime, GarageBand, and Audacity. My interface can handle one set of 5-pin jacks, and then I could connect a usb-midi keyboard to a normal usb port on the computer? [/quote]

Yes you need software, I use free MIDI-OX for that, but others should be able to route midi as well. You can connect two keyboards directly to USB ports on your PC, or to 5-din on your interface.
Don't know how to do that on iPad though. Probably iMidiPatchBay.

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Can the S1000 or S3000 act as an audio interface from the USB port?

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Can the S1000 or S3000 act as an audio interface from the USB port?


The USB ports on PX-S models is for USB-MIDI only and doesn't act as an audio interface.


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