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#72943 - 02/04/03 12:16 PM psr 2000
BOB ALIE Offline
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Registered: 02/04/03
Posts: 3
Loc: TORONTO CANADA
HELLO OUT THERE. MY FIRST EXPERIENCE WITH BULLETIN BOARDS SO BEAR WITH ME .SOME TIME AGO NIGEL SPENCER REFERRED ME TO A WEB SITE FOR POSSIBLE HELP WITH MY PSR 2000 BUT I GOT BOGGED DOWN DUE TO MY INEXPERIENCE WITH THE INTERNET.

I AM A PROFESSIONAL TRUMPET PLAYER OCCASIONALLY DOING SOLO GIGS USING THE 2000 AS BACK UP FOR MY HORN. WHEN PLAYING WITH OTHER KEYBOARDISTS / PIANO PLAYERS ETC, I SOMETIMES USE ONLY THE DRUM / BASE SECTIONS OF THE STYLES. MY QUESTIONS IS:? CAN I ADJUST THE INDIVIDUAL VOLUMES OF THE TWO DRUMS AND BASE SECTIONS OF ALL STYLES FOR BETTER BALANCE. I NEED A STRONGER DRUM LINE. CAN'T FIND ANYTHING IN THE MANUAL OR CONTROLS TO DO THIS.GRATEFUL FOR HELP FROM ANYBODY IN RESOLVING OR DIRECTING ME AGAIN TO RIGHT PARTY. THANKS AND REGARDS

BOB ALIE

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#72944 - 02/05/03 11:24 AM Re: psr 2000
Uncle Dave Offline
Senior Member

Registered: 12/01/99
Posts: 10152
Loc: Philadelphia Pa, USA
Bob, The mixer section will allow you to adjust specific instruments in the arranger section.
BTW - I'm no great typist, but it is much easier to read small letters than all caps. If you can't get the hang of the "shift" key for caps, at least start typing in all lower case - much easier on the eyes! Good luck with the kb!
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