PC2 rack "channel gain"?

Discussion in 'alt.music.synth.kurzweil' started by williemyers@redbrickmusic.com, Jul 29, 2008.

  1. Guest

    h'lo all, first time here...

    My K2000 rack has function "Midi>Channels>OutputGain" where I can set
    output (for a specific channel) between -12 and +30 db. Is there a
    similiar function on my PC2 rack unit?
    many thanks,
    b myers, composer
     
    , Jul 29, 2008
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  2. <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > h'lo all, first time here...
    >
    > My K2000 rack has function "Midi>Channels>OutputGain" where I can set
    > output (for a specific channel) between -12 and +30 db. Is there a
    > similiar function on my PC2 rack unit?
    > many thanks,
    > b myers, composer


    I have a PC2, but not a rack unit. This newsgroup gets a post every couple
    of weeks. You will probably get more useful response from either the Yahoo
    Kurzlist group or web based forum such as SonikMatter.

    Jim
     
    Ballroom Dancer, Jul 30, 2008
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  3. Guest

    On Jul 30, 10:21 am, "Ballroom Dancer" <> wrote:
    > <> wrote in message
    >
    > news:...
    >
    > > h'lo all, first time here...

    >
    > > My K2000 rack has function "Midi>Channels>OutputGain" where I can set
    > > output (for a specific channel) between -12 and +30 db. Is there a
    > > similiar function on my PC2 rack unit?
    > > many thanks,
    > > b myers, composer

    >
    > I have a PC2, but not a rack unit.  This newsgroup gets a post every couple
    > of weeks. You will probably get more useful response from either the Yahoo
    > Kurzlist group or web based forum such as SonikMatter.
    >
    > Jim


    Jim, many thanks for your reply. Finally heard back from Kurz
    yesterday - seems the PC2 does not have a "channel gain" feature. But
    I'll have a look at the Yahoo Kurzlist, looks good! Thanks again
     
    , Jul 31, 2008
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