Looks like a good lighweight setup.
Would be interesting to know how the Ketrons are used since they seems have no proper Registration Memory.
Normally you have a few registration memory locations, typically between 8 and 16, where you save your settings for 1 song. Then you save it as a registration bank for that song.
But Ketron manual says 4 banks with 1024 memory locations each. I can simply not understand how to use it? Am I missing something? Are Ketrons designen to use only 1 setting for each song or do you in some way have several settings in 1 registration memory?
I would be interested in getting a SD40 or SD90 as addon to my organ but this turns me off. Would be appreciated if someone using Ketron could comment on how it's used.
Lovely to see the yamaha way of thinking..
The korg pa4x is considered by many as the perfect gig instrument
And yet it has no registration memmories either
But it has all the real time buttons you will ever need.
And songbook to save your performances combined with a setlist..
On ketrons and korgs you need to change varriations and sounds seperately
Butin the end its the same idea as registrations..
Amd altough nothing beats yamahas registration system
Its not a nightmare to live witouth.