Looking for some help here...
I'm not sure what section this should go in so I'm posting here.
I have a Roland RD700SX digital piano and a Ketron SD1000 sound module.I need to have software and the hardware to run it.I want to connect them up together via USB.At the moment the piano and module are connected by Midi cable from Piano Out to Midi In (module),with dual RCA's L-R to Tascam digital recorder.
I have Korg sp-250 digital piano, its has midi,audio in/out and 2x headphones.
I recently purchased a cable to connect my digital roland piano to my computer.
I'm very new to recording, and I wanted to start making piano videos for my youtube channel.
I have a Roland digital piano (HP-3E-PE) and very soon I am getting a new computer with an internal soundcard,as my laptop doesn't have one.
Hi there! Here's my deal:
I have a Yamaha P-155 digital piano, and I'd like to record it onto my Macbook Pro, through the use of my Lexicon Lambda USB interface. But I don't want to use MIDI - I want to record the actual sounds from the keyboard. The keyboard has an "aux out" on the back, with R and L/L+R jacks, as well as MIDI terminals and a USB to device connection.
I am new to the DAW world but here is my problem. I have a Yamaha P120 and a 3ghz computer with 1.5Gigs of ram and an Emu 0404 soundcard.
Now this may sound strange or naive but let me know what I can do.
I have a plethora of keyboards and am constantly disappointed with acoustic piano sounds. The closest thing I’ve got right now is a Korg Triton Studio, and well, the acoustic piano sound is beyond hideous. Does anyone know where I might go to get some good advice on a weighted keyboard with the most realistic acoustic piano sound available? I currently have neither.
I'm looking into purchasing a digital piano or synthesizer in the $300.00 - $400.00 (max) price range. I'm looking for something that has a quality piano sound and something that has quality string sounds. I know this probably sounds impossible at this price range but any advice is appreciated.
anybody got some good tips on eq for a diguital piano in a live and in a recording situation? The pisno is actually coming from a sampler and is quite a nice sound. I've been told to roll off below about 120 hz and add a little boost around 10khz. However I'm not sure if this is a general setting and I'm not sure of the levels of gain and attenuation as well as the q shape.