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RD700SX classical piano samples


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Greetings. Ive been lurking for several months and figured it was about time to say hello. I am relatively new to keyboards but have been playing classical guitar for about 25 years. I started taking piano lessons about a year ago and practice at home on an RD700SX.


While there are a few evaluation samples out there for the RD700SX, it seems that there are not too many classical examples. So rather than come to the forum empty-handed, I thought some folks might find a few short RD700SX classical pieces of interest. I hope its ok to post them here. These are SMF played using the RD's Superior Grand. And no, its not me playing (dare I dream).


The recordings were made directly from the RDs analog ¼-inch outs, the Superior Grand patch set to factory defaults, no EQ, recorded dry at 24/96, reverb was added for ambience prior to encoding to 128kbps 16/44.1 WMA.


Due to limited bandwidth, Im not sure how long I will be able to keep the links active, but probably for at least a couple weeks or so.


http://home.comcast.net/~jlulm/RD700SX_Superior_Bach.wma (1.86MB)

http://home.comcast.net/~jlulm/RD700SX_Superior_Chopin01.wma (2.38MB)

http://home.comcast.net/~jlulm/RD700SX_Superior_Chopin02.wma (1.58 MB)

http://home.comcast.net/~jlulm/RD700SX_Superior_Liszt.wma (1.37 MB)

http://home.comcast.net/~jlulm/RD700SX_Superior_Rachmaninoff.wma (1.46 MB)





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Hmm, yes you are right. It seems that some fidelity was lost during the encoding and I did not happen to catch it prior to posting. My sincere apologies for this oversight.


Ive decommissioned the links until I can troubleshoot where I messed up. Im still getting familiar with my recording software.



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