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#268333 - 07/31/09 11:11 AM Re: name all the best arrangers with 88 hammer-action keys,old or new
ianmcnll Offline
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Registered: 07/27/05
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Originally posted by FransN:
Mega voices or not the korgs sounds like a synthesizer and that is what I want and like.



Of course that's what you want and like...those of us, who prefer a more "acoustic" and realistic sounding accompaniment, feel that the Yamaha Mega Voices are the ticket to ride.
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#268334 - 07/31/09 12:10 PM Re: name all the best arrangers with 88 hammer-action keys,old or new
Diki Offline
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And, one would have thought, if synths are your bag, and synth music, an M3 or M50 would have been FAR more to your liking...

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#268335 - 07/31/09 01:56 PM Re: name all the best arrangers with 88 hammer-action keys,old or new
arranger_yes_pc_no Offline
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Registered: 07/16/09
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Originally posted by FransN:
Why not a Ketron SD3 plus a 88 key controller. No sawing necessary


to me the sd3 won't cut it because I need a sequencer for composition,so it has to be able to write chord progressions in step time. With the SD3 you would have to record the whole track in one take

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#268336 - 07/31/09 02:03 PM Re: name all the best arrangers with 88 hammer-action keys,old or new
arranger_yes_pc_no Offline
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Originally posted by FransN:
The most important is the sound and styles not the screen I think. Soundwise the pa50 beats everything in this price tag. It makes even the Yamaha psr 3000 sounds like a toy.

[This message has been edited by FransN (edited 07-31-2009).]


to me the screen is important too...just like the keys,makes me feel more professional.
I bought my first arranger 12 years ago, a cheap Casio. The screen of the PA50 reminds me of it.....

No doubts about the results that you can get with the PA50, though. I'd probably stretch a bit more and get a pa500....Korg's touchscreen is pretty good

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#268337 - 07/31/09 02:20 PM Re: name all the best arrangers with 88 hammer-action keys,old or new
FransN Offline
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Registered: 05/16/09
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Loc: Netherlands
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Originally posted by Diki:
And, one would have thought, if synths are your bag, and synth music, an M3 or M50 would have been FAR more to your liking...


You miss my point. I like arrangers with a professional sound like the synths. I want and need styles. M3 or Triton does not have them. The pa series have. Thats why they are called professional arrangers. If Yamaha decide to bring out a keyboard with the sound quality of a Motif XS for a reasonable price then I will be the first to buy it.



[This message has been edited by FransN (edited 07-31-2009).]

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