- Mar 9, 2020
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There is sound just have to turn it up
That kind of defeats the purpose of the video. There's no way to judge the relative noisiness of the keys without some sort of objective measure like a Vu meter calibrated in dBs.There is sound just have to turn it up
I certainly did not experience that level of noise on the Korg NH keybeds that I have played but they were brand new and not ones a few years old.Are the keys too loud? Or is this how it is supposed to be:
I can promise you that's pretty standard for that action, particularly after a bit of use. It's not even particularly noisy - one can tell by the ambient noise in the background which is quite loud in relative terms. Also bear in mind some of that noise was OP's fingernails on the keys. He could be playing on a Bosendorfer and the noise would be identical until he has a manicure.I certainly did not experience that level of noise on the Korg NH keybeds that I have played but they were brand new and not ones a few years old.
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