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#361367 - 02/15/13 01:27 AM TYROS 4 vs PA3X
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#361405 - 02/15/13 11:33 AM Re: TYROS 4 vs PA3X [Re: jamman]
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this guy should stack the keyboards next time lol

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#361411 - 02/15/13 01:03 PM Re: TYROS 4 vs PA3X [Re: jamman]
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And maybe try a sustain pedal when he plays piano!

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#361433 - 02/16/13 05:16 AM Re: TYROS 4 vs PA3X [Re: jamman]
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I dont get most of those comments on youtube... people declaring one or the other a winner.

Isnt it obvious that you cant compare both, Korg sounds are much cleaner while Yamaha sounds come standard with a little effect and reverb, making them sound better. But then with some effort and use of the effects section this can also be done on the Korg.

Both instruments sound good... Yamaha is better for people that just want to select sounds and play them, tough the more creative musician might enjoy Korg more.
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#361457 - 02/16/13 10:33 AM Re: TYROS 4 vs PA3X [Re: jamman]
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Personally, judging an arranger a 'winner' based on just a few lead sounds is shallow in the extreme. I guarantee, for every good sound in one arranger, there are bad ones too. The only way you can judge something a 'winner' is to listen to the whole thing. That bass sound that sounded tubby when soloed might fit the mix perfectly. That nice, full and fat sax sound might swamp the mix unless EQ'd.

Then, everyone looks for something different in an arranger. I might want to be convinced I am sitting next to a real drummer. Someone else might want to think he is listening to a CD. Someone might want a thousand swing styles. Someone might only want three, but want a thousand disco styles. Weight might matter to one, and not another.

There ARE no winners and losers. Just arrangers that fit what WE want an arranger to do, or not...

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#361458 - 02/16/13 10:49 AM Re: TYROS 4 vs PA3X [Re: jamman]
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Either instrument, played by a professional sound amazing!
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#361460 - 02/16/13 11:00 AM Re: TYROS 4 vs PA3X [Re: jamman]
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Played being the operative word (And not relying on the Knocker Box (Audio or Midi)

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#361469 - 02/16/13 11:40 AM Re: TYROS 4 vs PA3X [Re: jamman]
Diki Offline


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So... how's the Wersi working out? Must be frustrating to not use any of the arranger section!

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#361519 - 02/17/13 01:15 AM Re: TYROS 4 vs PA3X [Re: zuki]
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Originally Posted By: zuki
Either instrument, played by a professional sound amazing!


That's a fact who need certain modifications.
In fact I've heard and seen that an amateur "home player" done it far better than a so called "professional".
Guess it's not always about who does it, but how it's done. laugh


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#361527 - 02/17/13 06:45 AM Re: TYROS 4 vs PA3X [Re: Gunnar Jonny]
zuki Offline
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Originally Posted By: Gunnar Jonny
Originally Posted By: zuki
Either instrument, played by a professional sound amazing!


That's a fact who need certain modifications.
In fact I've heard and seen that an amateur "home player" done it far better than a so called "professional".
Guess it's not always about who does it, but how it's done. laugh




Yes, that's what I meant smile
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