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#141669 - 11/23/00 08:50 AM Re: Yamaha PRO 9000 and touch sensitive arrangers
George Kaye Offline
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I would also like to mention that the generalmusic and the va rolands also have dynamaic arranger functions.
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#141670 - 11/23/00 08:08 PM Re: Yamaha PRO 9000 and touch sensitive arrangers
JCkeeys Offline
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Registered: 10/13/00
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Loc: St. James,New York,USA
The Korg I30 also has a Dynamic Arranger function. The volume is not ajustable like the Roland. You can assign specific accompaniment parts to be on while the left hand chord is held and turn off when the chord ifs released.

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#141671 - 11/24/00 08:51 AM Re: Yamaha PRO 9000 and touch sensitive arrangers
Clif Anderson Offline
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Registered: 02/17/00
Posts: 532
Hi Scott

This must be a frustrating thread for you. It sounds like all high-end arrangers except those with rootless chords have dynamic arranger functions. I wonder if there is some reason for this?

Clif

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#141672 - 11/24/00 10:43 AM Re: Yamaha PRO 9000 and touch sensitive arrangers
Scottyee Offline
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Registered: 12/01/99
Posts: 10422
Loc: San Francisco Bay Area, CA, US...
Hi Clif,
I guess I can't have everything (yet, anyway) (ha-ha-ha)! Perhaps Technics will eventually add the dynamic arranger feature (again) or some of the other manufacterers (Roland, Solton, Korg) might add "rootless chord recognition" in their "future" models (wishful thinking). I am certainly capable of playing chords in the more "basic chord" style which Roland, Solton, and Korg require and it sounds fine for more basic pop styles (country, folk, pop), but for a more professional 'pianistic' sound (full keyboard mode), I need an arranger keyboard which recognizes the 'rootless' chord playing style.
- Scott
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#141673 - 11/24/00 11:15 AM Re: Yamaha PRO 9000 and touch sensitive arrangers
Clif Anderson Offline
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Registered: 02/17/00
Posts: 532
Hi Scott

I was wondering whether you would use the dynamic arranger mode and pianist mode at the same time. It seems to me that the drum and bass do not necessary vary in volume (one way or the other) whenever the pianist does. But this is just speculation on my part and you would know. Would you want the dynamic arranger feature on when you were playing the jazz piano part?

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