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    Copy voice from MOXF synth to PSR-SX700

    Thanks to everyone for your suggestions. I've decided to return the SX700 and instead purchase a MODX6. I will miss the built in speakers, and some of the cool sounds from the SX700 but I think the MODX will serve me better in the end. I'm just getting into music production and I feel like the...
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    Copy voice from MOXF synth to PSR-SX700

    I've installed all three the PSC Songwritters Packs from here: https://bricksite.com/perskovgaard/yamaha-synth-voices#SongWritersCol3 BTW: These sounds are awesome and really make the MOXF shine. These packs do not add any wave data, just modifications to the synth/awm parameters of the built in...
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    Copy voice from MOXF synth to PSR-SX700

    I just bought a brand new PSR-SX700. I'd like to copy a custom voice I have on my MOXF6 synth to the SX700. Does anyone know if this is possible? I suppose I could record samples of every key, for all 3 parts of the MOFX voice and then rebuild it piece by piece in Yamaha Expansion Manager...
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    MoXF6 Pianos all sound muddy and muted - velocity problem

    I've nailed this problem. The Klipch Pro Media 2.1 amplifier applies a fairly large bass boost to the incoming signal. This is probably done either to compensate for a dip in the associated subwoofer's frequency response or just to "make it sound better". I can appreciate their reasoning but it...
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    MoXF6 Pianos all sound muddy and muted - velocity problem

    Whatever the problem is, I've narrowed it down to my Klipsch amp. MoXF line-out -> Klipsch Amp -> Polk Rti speakers = muddy sound MoXF line-out -> Klipsch Amp -> HD380 headphones = muddy sound MoXF headphone-out -> HD380 headphones = Good sound MoXF line-out -> Yamaha PSR-EW400 line in = Good...
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    MoXF6 Pianos all sound muddy and muted - velocity problem

    Hi Dave, thanks for your reply. I am currently using the headphone out because I lack the proper cabling to go from 1/4" dual mono outputs (MoXF) to a 2.5mm stero-mini input (Klipsch amp). I've ordered an adapter and should have it tomorrow. I'm hopeful that switching to line out will solve my...
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    MoXF6 Pianos all sound muddy and muted - velocity problem

    I've made some progress here. Despite my initial thoughts I don't think this actually has anything to do with velocity at all. My normal setup that sounds muddy: MoXF 1/4" Headphone out jack --> 1/4" to 2.5mm adapter --> 2.5mm cable --> Klipsch stereo amp --> Polk RTI bookshelf speakers &...
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    MoXF6 Pianos all sound muddy and muted - velocity problem

    I'm having trouble with a brand new Yamaha MoXF6 keyboard. All of the default piano sounds are muddy and muted. I am only able to make them sound good if I set the velocity response to Fixed with a velocity setting of 127. This is not an acceptable solution because I then must completely give up...
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    Need help recording with a Casio CGP-700

    I doubt I'm experienced enough to help. But I suspect that those that are would like to know what sequence of steps you took while attempting to make your recording. Providing that info now should help speed along an answer :) Best of luck to you.
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    Piano Sound YPG-535 vs PSR-E453 vs PSR-EW300/400/410

    Thanks for the reply :) I was chomping at the bit to make a purchase until yesterday. I found a used YPT-400 (PSR-E403) on Craig's List for $35 with stand and a/c adapter. Needless to say I bought it. It appears to have been owned by a smoker so I cleaned it up and spent most of the night...
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    Piano Sound YPG-535 vs PSR-E453 vs PSR-EW300/400/410

    I got a chance to try both the YPG-535 vs PSR-E453 at my local Guitar Center and I felt that the main piano sound ( and MOST sounds actually) were far superior on the YPG-535. I was looking to buy the PSR-E453 but now I'm not so sure. I have the following questions for those with experience...
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