Hi Giovanni,
I know the one you mean. I had all 4 expansion boards for my kn7. ( foolishly I sold KN a couple of years ago). It was a fantastic voice.
Unfortunately your Gem will have a learning curve,it's a very sophisticated arranger.
I ended up with an sd1 at xmas, had to read the manual 3 times before I started to work it out. Some keyboards are harder to learn than others.
Bought a PSR1500 a couple of days ago, & I've got most of the basic stuff worked out.
( I did own a 9000pro a few years ago, so maybe that helped) The Psr's are a bit closer to how the kn's worked.

You may be safer & waste less time if you get familiar with the gem operating system. You have the comfort of knowing it can load samples, & you may be able to record your soprano voice in the future.

There are software options you should be able to use if the gem doesn't actually sample.

best wishes
Rikki

[QUOTE]Originally posted by Giovanni:
[B]Thanks for your reply Rikki ,
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best wishes
Rikki

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