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  Topic: dynamic mic on Radias
belucy

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PostForum: Korg RADIAS / R3   Posted: Wed Apr 09, 2008 2:43 pm   Subject: dynamic mic on Radias
I have seen several posts on using SM58s on the Radias for the vocoder input. I am curious as to how one connects the balanced mic to the unbalanced input, and if it drives the Radias to a good level ...
  Topic: MiniMoog cookbook and the Radias
belucy

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PostForum: Korg RADIAS / R3   Posted: Thu Jan 17, 2008 7:32 pm   Subject: MiniMoog cookbook and the Radias
I have been starting to work with the MiniMoog patch 'cookbook' and trying to make these patches on the Radias, as an exercise in learning the machine. I believe that the Oscillator 1 transpose setti ...
  Topic: Trinity's Stereo Outputs
belucy

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PostForum: Classic Threads   Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 6:22 pm   Subject: Trinity's Stereo Outputs
I have also had to resolder the jacks on our church's Trinity, due to cable pressure breaking the solder joints. Long years ago someone used impedence transformers that plugged directly into the jack ...
  Topic: what cable does your Radias have for the 9-pin?
belucy

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PostForum: Korg RADIAS / R3   Posted: Mon Jan 14, 2008 5:39 pm   Subject: what cable does your Radias have for the 9-pin?
If you have the Radias keyboard, what kind of connector is on it -- straight or right angle? I got a Radias as an equipment trade, and its cord is straight. But I saw another one with a right angle ...
 
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