( ROBERT'S STYLES ).....Any Updates On Progress?

Posted by: NiteLife

( ROBERT'S STYLES ).....Any Updates On Progress? - 04/20/12 09:48 AM

Any News???
Posted by: cakemog

Re: ( ROBERT'S STYLES ).....Any Updates On Progress? - 04/20/12 10:43 PM

Hi Jim - have you seen all the info at www.ketronmusic.co.uk?? Just over a week to go so not long now.
Enjoying having both Audya and the new T4 10th Anniv. - the pair is just the right package for me.
Hope you're well. Carl
Posted by: cakemog

Re: ( ROBERT'S STYLES ).....Any Updates On Progress? - 04/20/12 11:54 PM

By the way Jim - my only real gripe with these two boards is this:
the Audya thankfully has separate volume sliders for the different parts - why not separate output sockets for each part for recording and mixing the parts in a DAW??

the T4 has neither??

KETRON & YAMAHA - when are we gonna get separate output sockets for each part????????????

Looking forward (hopefully) to many styles from Robert!!! Carl
Posted by: Tonewheeldude

Re: ( ROBERT'S STYLES ).....Any Updates On Progress? - 04/21/12 12:49 AM

Ketron UK should have samples on the website towards the end of the third week in May, but as already mentioned the actual release date is set for 1st June 2012

I am as eager as you to get hold of them smile
Posted by: abacus

Re: ( ROBERT'S STYLES ).....Any Updates On Progress? - 04/21/12 01:48 AM

Originally Posted By: cakemog
By the way Jim - my only real gripe with these two boards is this:
the Audya thankfully has separate volume sliders for the different parts - why not separate output sockets for each part for recording and mixing the parts in a DAW??

the T4 has neither??

KETRON & YAMAHA - when are we gonna get separate output sockets for each part????????????

Looking forward (hopefully) to many styles from Robert!!! Carl


Arranger keyboards have always been designed (And conceived) for the home player market, (A smaller version of an organ that takes up less room and is cheaper to make, (Although not nearly as versatile) and as most home players have little interest in DAWs or external equipment, manufactures donít bother fitting these facilities to them.

Bill
Posted by: cakemog

Re: ( ROBERT'S STYLES ).....Any Updates On Progress? - 04/21/12 08:39 AM

Fair point Abacus - what I have is great, the separate outs would have made my setup 'perfect'.
Where are you located - 'English Riviera'???
I'm in Suffolk. Carl
Posted by: abacus

Re: ( ROBERT'S STYLES ).....Any Updates On Progress? - 04/21/12 09:10 AM

Originally Posted By: cakemog
Fair point Abacus - what I have is great, the separate outs would have made my setup 'perfect'.
Where are you located - 'English Riviera'???
I'm in Suffolk. Carl


English Riviera details here

Enjoy

Bill
Posted by: Tonewheeldude

Re: ( ROBERT'S STYLES ).....Any Updates On Progress? - 04/21/12 11:43 AM

Originally Posted By: abacus

Arranger keyboards have always been designed (And conceived) for the home player market, (A smaller version of an organ that takes up less room and is cheaper to make, (Although not nearly as versatile) and as most home players have little interest in DAWs or external equipment, manufactures donít bother fitting these facilities to them.

Bill


I must correct you in the case of Ketron - all of their equipment is for professional and semi professional musicians/singers/song writers/composers, only a small percentage end up in the home. The Audya is designed for solo entertainers (or duo's) that want the sound of a live band.

In the UK, 80% of our keyboard users are performing or recording musicians. We have people using the Audya for composition and recordings for TV and radio, others on Ocean liners, others in bars and restaurants, others backing entertainers, as well as weddings, parties and functions. And then of course almost every Irish Band that has a keyboard player will feature a Ketron. Accordionists, of which almost all who have invested in a Ketron Module do so because they are performers.


By the way....the Audya has six assignable outputs. Whilst limited it does give some flexibility. But its more for getting your sound right on stage rather than for studio work.
Posted by: gruhs

Re: ( ROBERT'S STYLES ).....Any Updates On Progress? - 04/22/12 03:19 PM

Originally Posted By: cakemog
By the way Jim - my only real gripe with these two boards is this:
the Audya thankfully has separate volume sliders for the different parts - why not separate output sockets for each part for recording and mixing the parts in a DAW??

the T4 has neither??

KETRON & YAMAHA - when are we gonna get separate output sockets for each part????????????

Looking forward (hopefully) to many styles from Robert!!! Carl


What is "DAW" ?
Posted by: Tonewheeldude

Re: ( ROBERT'S STYLES ).....Any Updates On Progress? - 04/22/12 03:35 PM

Digital Audio Workstation
Posted by: gokuss4

Re: ( ROBERT'S STYLES ).....Any Updates On Progress? - 04/23/12 12:28 AM

what is the cost? can you have an idea?
Posted by: cakemog

Re: ( ROBERT'S STYLES ).....Any Updates On Progress? - 04/23/12 03:33 AM

DAW - digital audio workstation, software for recording music on computers: Steinberg Cubase, Cakewalk Sonar, Pro Tools, Nuendo, Logic, Fruity Loops, Ableton etc. ect. - there are many!!
Posted by: Ketron_AJ

Re: ( ROBERT'S STYLES ).....Any Updates On Progress? - 04/24/12 10:31 PM

This has inspired me to start a post here ...

http://www.synthzone.com/forum/ubbthreads.php/topics/344037#Post344037


Your feedback is welcomed ofcourse.

Thanks,

AJ