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#302549 - 08/10/05 07:29 AM EXR-3 Please Helpppppp
thecass Offline
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Hi Guys,

Do any of you use the EXR-3 and if so have you had any problems with the flash drive.

I am moving files across and the mix is all wrong and some files are showing as wrong file. Even though I am using the keyboard as my midi port on my PC. All the files are less than 14 tracks so I cant figure it out.

Any suggestions greatly apprechiated.

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#302550 - 08/10/05 02:52 PM Re: EXR-3 Please Helpppppp
Charlie71 Offline
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Registered: 06/28/05
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Loc: Alice, TX 78332
Carl,
I just got my EXR-3, and I have been looking through my manual but haven't found the part you need yet... Get your manual out and search through the Flash Memory area. I know that I read something about "corrupted" flash area and it explained how to fix it. I'll bet that is your problem. I'll keep looking and if I find it, I'll reply again....
Good luck!
Charlie
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#302551 - 08/11/05 01:40 AM Re: EXR-3 Please Helpppppp
thecass Offline
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I looked at it this morning and your were right.
It allows you to reset the flash memory to factory settings.
It's working like a charm now.

Thanks for that.

cass
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#302552 - 08/11/05 06:10 AM Re: EXR-3 Please Helpppppp
Charlie71 Offline
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Carl,
Excellent! Glad I was able to help. I've only had my EXR-3 for two weeks and so far I really like it. What about you?

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#302553 - 08/11/05 06:27 AM Re: EXR-3 Please Helpppppp
thecass Offline
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I think for the price it's the best around.
The sounds are really good.

I hav'nt taken it on the road yet so I'm anxious to know how it sounds through a rig.
have you gigged yours yet ?
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#302554 - 08/11/05 07:21 AM Re: EXR-3 Please Helpppppp
Charlie71 Offline
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No, I am still in the "decision making" part of that. I'm seriously looking at getting the Logitech Z-5500 sound system as Gary Diamond (TravlinEasy) has suggested. I'm VERY new in the OMB arena and am just learning how to hook my EXR-3 to my laptop via MIDI. Once I learn how to get the music playing the way I want on my EXR-3, then I'll get the sound system.

What are you using for an amp and effects?
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#302555 - 08/11/05 07:42 AM Re: EXR-3 Please Helpppppp
thecass Offline
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I'm mixing everything through cakewalk on my pc using the exr-3 as a midi source.
Any effects I use carry over to the Keyboard.

Very good so far
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#302556 - 08/11/05 08:48 AM Re: EXR-3 Please Helpppppp
Charlie71 Offline
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Ah-ha...
You must be a piano player. I'm not. For me to "input" a song through a program like Cakewalk would take forever because I couldn't do it in Real Time, I would have to enter one note at a time and that is WAY too frustrating and time consuming.

So, I get my music from someone else's creation and then edit it. I download MIDIs from whatever source I can find.

Maybe some day I'll get good enough on the piano to do it.

Charlie
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#302557 - 08/11/05 09:26 AM Re: EXR-3 Please Helpppppp
thecass Offline
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Not at all Charlie,

I'm a guitar player.

Just after years of using Midi it gets easier.
With Cakewalk you can drop in with real time.
So you can play anything you want one note at a time.
It also alows you to rip in tracks from Cd's so if you like a drum track or bass line you can steal it and do what you want with it.
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#302558 - 08/11/05 02:23 PM Re: EXR-3 Please Helpppppp
Charlie71 Offline
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Whoa! I can't believe it! I'm also a guitar player.
So I need to learn all this MIDI stuff and in a hurry! Wow, this sounds awesome. I didn't think that Cakewalk was what I would need so I was planning on getting Band In a Box. Are you familiar with it?
Tell me more about Cakewalk. Exactly which version do you use and how do you go about creating a song from scratch to fit your own personal style?
Thanks, Carl
Charlie

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