Korg Krome Issue - Stereo/Sustain Problem


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Hi,

I've been using a Korg Krome workstation for close to two years now, and just in the past couple of months, I've noticed a weird sound issue that only seems to happen with the tones that play in stereo. For the sake of reference, here's a video I posted last month where you can hear the issue (most noticeably around 1:50 - 2:10 & 2:40, and continuing to happen intermittently throughout the rest of the video):


At first I thought it might be a sustain pedal issue, but I swapped in another sustain pedal and still had the issue, and the one I usually use for this keyboard worked fine with other keyboards I have. Doesn't seem to be a cable issue--swapped in a bunch of different cables, alternated from using just the L / MONO output to both outputs for comparison and still experienced the issue. It only seems to happen with the grand piano tones, though--jamming out on one of the EP tones, it doesn't seem to happen.

Any insight into what might be causing this would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks!
 
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Rayblewit

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Hi idoherty,
I hit the like button on your post. That was a very nice tune you played. A smooth and mellow sound. I enjoyed listening.

As for your problem, I sincerely hope it can be resolved. Maybe Cowboy is on the money.
 
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I like it now that I can hear better for the moment but not good enough to hear the problem. Your style is much like mine. Hope you do well.
 
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I'd like to hear you going off a little more and longer in that higher octave near 2:40-2;55. That part was especially nice what little there was.
 

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