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#275039 - 11/02/09 01:40 PM Re: First gig with the Audya
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Originally posted by leezone:
FransN, either has to get his hearing checked or...
he meant to say "Yamaha" sounds thin...

certainly NOT Ketron, and NOT AUDYA


Nope, FranS been on this mine is better than yours BS for a little while now. There must be little to do in the Netherlands.



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#275040 - 11/02/09 01:51 PM Re: First gig with the Audya
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skude,

glad to hear that the audya is working out for you. good luck, I'm sure everything will workout.
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#275041 - 11/02/09 02:08 PM Re: First gig with the Audya
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Originally posted by mc:
Nope, FranS been on this mine is better than yours BS for a little while now. There must be little to do in the Netherlands.

[This message has been edited by mc (edited 11-02-2009).]


Oh I am very busy here in the Netherlands but it all started on a other thread where some people say that the Audya is so damn good and Korg sounds weak. I just give my opinion just as eveyone else. Korg sound is not weak but very powerful and fat.

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#275042 - 11/02/09 02:11 PM Re: First gig with the Audya
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Quote:
Originally posted by leezone:
FransN, either has to get his hearing checked or...
he meant to say "Yamaha" sounds thin...

certainly NOT Ketron, and NOT AUDYA


Nope didn't mean Yamaha. Yamaha sound better then Audya except not the drums.



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#275043 - 11/02/09 07:39 PM Re: First gig with the Audya
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FransN,

and would you say the accomp. on Yamaha sounds better than AUDYA's?

lets say the audio guitar accomp. on audya vs the midi guitar accomp on Yamaha?

if you think Yamaha accomp. is better then you are certainly deaf or like that midi metallic sound, vs the real deal audio guitars

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#275044 - 11/02/09 07:41 PM Re: First gig with the Audya
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and the bass guitar accomp. sound better on yammy? so it's not only the drums my friend,

the only thing better in my opinion and lots of other synthzoners opinion are those Super-Voices on Yamaha

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#275045 - 11/02/09 08:00 PM Re: First gig with the Audya
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Quote:
Originally posted by leezone:
and would you say the accomp. on Yamaha sounds better than AUDYA's?

lets say the audio guitar accomp. on audya vs the midi guitar accomp on Yamaha?

if you think Yamaha accomp. is better then you are certainly deaf or like that midi metallic sound, vs the real deal audio guitars



I think FransN is referring to Yamaha's Mega Voice realism, if it is the accompaniment being compared.

Yes, Audya guitars are "audio", but so are Yamaha's Mega Voices...they are "audio", because they are audio samples of guitars...the T3 and S910 carry it even further with the new Guitar NTT.

Think of it Lee...you are hearing "real" guitar sounds (recordings) in both cases, except perhaps, that Yamaha's mega sampled voices are more homogeneous when it comes to playing more complex chords...the Audya has to mix two forms of technology to do that successfully, and so far, it is not quite seamless.

The area the Audya excels, is in the drums and percussion....they sound less compressed than Yamaha's, and are almost as "live" as Roland's.

I still think Yamaha's mega voice, and also Korg's DNC are the equal of the Audya...and in some instances, much more flexible....but, that's my opinion...your mileage may vary.
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#275046 - 11/02/09 08:10 PM Re: First gig with the Audya
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Originally posted by ianmcnll:
The area the Audya excels, is in the drums and percussion....they sound less compressed than Yamaha's, and are almost as "live" as Roland's.


ianmcnll
Roland's Drums more "live" than AUDYA's ???

you're kidding right?
audio drums less live than midi is what you are saying?

maybe i should get my ears checked,
i love my G-70, but AUDYA's Drums kick it's ass big time...

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#275047 - 11/02/09 08:24 PM Re: First gig with the Audya
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Originally posted by leezone:
ianmcnll
Roland's Drums more "live" than AUDYA's ???

you're kidding right?
audio drums less live than midi is what you are saying?

maybe i should get my ears checked,
i love my G-70, but AUDYA's Drums kick it's ass big time...



Well, to be frank, Lee, I haven't heard the Audya "live"...in other words, I haven't played it.

I did play the G-70 and E-80, and I think their drum sounds are much less compressed than the Yamaha, but, a lot of people like the latter's tightness....I know I do.

I'm comparing the on line demos I heard of the Audya to the on line demos of the G70...it's all I have to go on, but it does give me at least a general idea of how they compare.

You don't need your ears checked...we all have a certain "sound" we like to hear, and you are drawn towards Audya's percussion...can't say I blame you...it is very good.

The guitars, on the other hand, still have a way to go.

BTW, the Audya's bass is excellent too...very "live" sounding.
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#275048 - 11/02/09 08:29 PM Re: First gig with the Audya
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Originally posted by ianmcnll:
but, a lot of people like the latter's tightness....I know I do.


Ditto

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