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#353211 - 10/21/12 06:31 AM Re: Pa600 first impressions [Re: Saswick]
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Originally Posted By: Saswick
Hi John

The link to my boxnet the OS1.zip contains the Pa3x styles.

https://www.box.com/s/xzcsmxnzwy42g4ulaab7

Col


Col are these all the styles that are NOT on the pa600?

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#353212 - 10/21/12 07:11 AM Re: Pa600 first impressions [Re: Saswick]
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Hi Donnie

Yes these are the full set of pa3x styles and the Musicant which is the German Pa3x

You need to check on the manuals which ones are missing from the pa600 and load the individual styles .

If you unlock the factory styles you can load the pa3x ones into the correct bank ie Country Blues into the country bank. etc

Regards

Col

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#353213 - 10/21/12 07:24 AM Re: Pa600 first impressions [Re: Saswick]
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Originally Posted By: Saswick
Hi Donnie

Yes these are the full set of pa3x styles and the Musicant which is the German Pa3x

You need to check on the manuals which ones are missing from the pa600 and load the individual styles .

If you unlock the factory styles you can load the pa3x ones into the correct bank ie Country Blues into the country bank. etc

Regards

Col


Hi Col.....its Donny not Donnie (fem) ..lol...

To save all that searching is there any kind of list of how many Pa3x styles that are not included on the Pa3x....I tried to skype you no answer... anyway email me or PM lets talk I have a few things to ask you. confused1


Edited by Dnj (10/21/12 07:26 AM)

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#353214 - 10/21/12 07:57 AM Re: Pa600 first impressions [Re: Saswick]
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Hi Donny

No easy way as far as I know, if you download the pa3x manual and the Pa600 manual it's qite easy to compare the factory data list.

By the same token you could load the Pa3x sets onto a memory stick and load the style's your interested in as you need them I find it very easy to load new styles in, couple of minutes.

I'll get my skype up and running again I've had a prob with my computer and had to reformat the hard drive, no back up's of course, fresh start. Speak to you soon.

BTY i've just tried the lyric's on the songbook assigned the two button (Lefthand) to text up and down, I can read the lyric's without my specs, even when the small text is selected, it displays about a verse on a page, away goes my music stand.

Col

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#353216 - 10/21/12 08:26 AM Re: Pa600 first impressions [Re: sparky589]
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Hi Sparky

doddle noun

UK informal




Definition


something that is very easy to do

Frank


Edited by Mockie (10/21/12 08:28 AM)
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#353218 - 10/21/12 08:33 AM Re: Pa600 first impressions [Re: Saswick]
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Great News Col.....keep the info coming appreciate it.....
would also love to hear some short style demos of ..

Swing Ballad 1,2,3, Classic Cha Cha, Classic Merengue, 6/8 slow, 6/8 Ballad 1,2, Twist, 3/4 Country, Slow rock, 1,2, Rumba 1,2, Real 8Beat, Slow Fox.......


Thanx

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#353230 - 10/21/12 11:21 AM Re: Pa600 first impressions [Re: Saswick]
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Slight correction... the PA3X/600 have FIVE fills, if you count the break/fill as a fill. Or four if you don't.

This is two more than the PA2/800, and constitutes a significant improvement in the smoothness of transitions on the new generation arrangers, IMO.

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#353253 - 10/21/12 12:49 PM Re: Pa600 first impressions [Re: Saswick]
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Col is the PA600 MP3 player card INCLUDED or Optional like on my Pa800?
anyone know ?


Edited by Dnj (10/21/12 12:50 PM)

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#353254 - 10/21/12 12:55 PM Re: Pa600 first impressions [Re: Diki]
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Originally Posted By: Diki
Slight correction... the PA3X/600 have FIVE fills, if you count the break/fill as a fill. Or four if you don't.

This is two more than the PA2/800, and constitutes a significant improvement in the smoothness of transitions on the new generation arrangers, IMO.


It's a smart move from Korg being requested by players for long time.they have kept same old i3 format(1993) ( 2 fills ) for more than a decade. ( Yamahahave been doing this since psr 2000/740). Now yammy styles (non mega voiced) conversion will be easier and hopefully more to come in Korg style pool ( lack of -which is major disadvantage for Korg arrangers).

Keeping legacy sounds like x3/o1w/i3 alto breath/
strings is also great .triton /m3 /Kronos have abandoned some of the great AI2 syn sounds yet the korg arrangers continues to keep those.


Edited by jamman (10/21/12 01:02 PM)

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#353255 - 10/21/12 01:04 PM Re: Pa600 first impressions [Re: Dnj]
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Originally Posted By: Dnj
Col is the PA600 MP3 player card INCLUDED or Optional like on my Pa800?
anyone know ?



Mp3 player built in.

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