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Re: NAMM January 2019 [Re: hardware] #2963535 12/18/18 03:28 PM
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And Im an FX Freak.
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But Ray Kurzweil changed all of our lives for the better.


Yep, the FX in a PC3 series or Forte are really good.
At least you recognize when diving into the editing experience and create your own FX chains for your programs and performances.
When it comes to "Insert FX Chains", these keyboards are the most flexible ones, and Forte doubles DSP power for FX vs PC3.

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I showed my son who he was and now he wants a Forte.. He’s only 11, I fucked up good because he won’t take a Yamaha PSR now. Wish I had a Forte when I was 11...


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Re: NAMM January 2019 [Re: GregC] #2963605 12/19/18 12:51 AM
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Then I would add to your maxim, Greg:
“Innovation is never a single event. It is a long process of discovery, engineering, interaction and transformation.”

Re: NAMM January 2019 [Re: Fleer] #2964101 12/21/18 12:50 AM
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SoundOnSound has a huge MODX review in its latest issue.

Re: NAMM January 2019 [Re: Radagast] #2967136 01/06/19 02:47 AM
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Rumor has it from someone in a Facebook group that they have seen a Krome EX. Person says that it’s the same look but in a “grayish shiny color”, does not have faders, has roughly the same number of sounds, and the piano is way better when compared to the Krome sitting next to it. Supposed to be revealed this month. NDA with someone otherwise.


Interested to say the least.


Yamaha: Motif XF8/YS200/CVP-305/CLP-130/YPG-235/PSR-295/PSS-470
Korg: Krome 61
Roland: JV-1000
Casio: CT-370
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Re: NAMM January 2019 [Re: Fleer] #2967152 01/06/19 06:42 AM
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Originally Posted By: Fleer
Then I would add to your maxim, Greg:
“Innovation is never a single event. It is a long process of discovery, engineering, interaction and transformation.”


Not to digress to much...

The book “Where Good Ideas Come From” by Steven Johnson puts it in this way. Both evolution and innovation tend to happen within the bounds of the adjacent possible, in other words the realm of possibilities available at any given moment. So it's a long process of discoveries, which step only possible with the choices presented from the previous one.


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Re: NAMM January 2019 [Re: Mighty Motif Max] #2967290 01/06/19 07:18 PM
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Originally Posted By: Mighty Motif Max

Rumor has it from someone in a Facebook group that they have seen a Krome EX. Person says that it’s the same look but in a “grayish shiny color”, does not have faders, has roughly the same number of sounds, and the piano is way better when compared to the Krome sitting next to it. Supposed to be revealed this month. NDA with someone otherwise.


Sounds plausible, but I'm not sure reviving the EX designation is a good idea. It's very 2002, somehow.

I do hope they'll give it a better action; it's the one thing I really dislike about mine. But I'll probably get one either way.

Re: NAMM January 2019 [Re: zephonic] #2967296 01/06/19 07:58 PM
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Rumor has it from someone in a Facebook group that they have seen a Krome EX. Person says that it’s the same look but in a “grayish shiny color”, does not have faders, has roughly the same number of sounds, and the piano is way better when compared to the Krome sitting next to it. Supposed to be revealed this month. NDA with someone otherwise.


Sounds plausible, but I'm not sure reviving the EX designation is a good idea. It's very 2002, somehow.

I do hope they'll give it a better action; it's the one thing I really dislike about mine. But I'll probably get one either way.


Stage 2 EX was more recent. I think it adds to the confusion, though that may be the point. idk


Edit: Post is gone now. I forgot to mention that this new Krome is apparently “Version 2.0”. Not sure what they mean by that unless it has something to do with updated midi standards?

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Yamaha: Motif XF8/YS200/CVP-305/CLP-130/YPG-235/PSR-295/PSS-470
Korg: Krome 61
Roland: JV-1000
Casio: CT-370
Kimball Valencia/Broadway/Conn 465 w/144 spkrs/WCOC Reed Organ/Titano Virtuoso Converter
Re: NAMM January 2019 [Re: Mighty Motif Max] #2967394 01/07/19 10:46 AM
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Korg can't make a synth keybed worth a second note. They should just crawl back to Yamaha for decent keys.


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Komplete 5. Might need a UAD quad, Ashley MX-206 or MOTU 8D Mon.
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