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GregC
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 29, 2018 7:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

LaLaLand wrote:
I think I have found the sucker! I guess itís a PCS OSC, whatever that is! Check here:
https://youtu.be/CmBojDYULrI

I still donít have any idea how i have altered this. Now Combi work as well. But thereís som much to screw up with the sound if you donít know exactly what youíre doing. And thereís no UNDO! Only power recycle.

All I know is that Kronos is too deep for me and it requires days of study to figure its relations and algorithms in programming. That makes me weary.


I don't experiment or do any deep programming. I am 100% absorbed in song writing, recording .

COMPARE works like Undo. At least it does in SEQ mode.

cool you back tracked and figured out what you did.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 29, 2018 7:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thank you GregC for your eagerness to help!
Now itís time for some practice Very Happy
I know I suck, but thatís what practice is for
https://youtu.be/tXVcDiZHC38
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 29, 2018 10:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

LaLaLand wrote:
Thank you GregC for your eagerness to help!
Now itís time for some practice Very Happy
I know I suck, but thatís what practice is for
https://youtu.be/tXVcDiZHC38


you play drums much better than I can Wink

I am so average, I had to decrease the BPM on all the combis by 50% to have a chance to play them Smile
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 30, 2018 8:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

hahaha, I agree, drums are my best part, cause itís a Drum Track!
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 10, 2018 10:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here I come again...
I have bought Kronos for HI FI sounds. If it disappoints me in that main feature, than Iím really giving up. Sounds are great in general, but sound card is producing strange cliks and some kind of overload noises when piano is at high velocity.

To trigger the problem, do this:

1. Select first piano, grand piano.
2. Press hard (high velocity) with both hands as many keys as possible in the middle of keyboard. Keep hands pressed down to sustain sound. (First time I did that was out of anger for unsuccessful practice)
3. Can you notice a small short ďclickĒ after few seconds? Similar as vinil record would sound with dust in grooves.

Iíd like to figure if itís related to my board only. I know this can be fixed in software patch.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 11, 2018 12:11 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

LaLaLand wrote:
Here I come again...
I have bought Kronos for HI FI sounds. If it disappoints me in that main feature, than Iím really giving up.

Sounds are great in general,

? but sound card ? is producing strange cliks and some kind of overload noises when piano is at high velocity.

To trigger the problem, do this:

1. Select first piano, grand piano.
2. Press hard (high velocity) with both hands as many keys as possible in the middle of keyboard. Keep hands pressed down to sustain sound. (First time I did that was out of anger for unsuccessful practice)
3. Can you notice a small short ďclickĒ after few seconds? Similar as vinil record would sound with dust in grooves.

Iíd like to figure if itís related to my board only. I know this can be fixed in software patch.


sound card ?

difficult to comment on the 'click ' noise

I hope you are not trying too much to produce unusual results.

Maybe post a you Tube
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 11, 2018 6:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks GregC! Youíre the guardian angel of this topic!

Sound card? Well, I meant whatever is controlling the sound, I guess itís processor itself if thereís no dedicated sound module. I have noticed that some part of the problem is related to midi channel gain level.

As for ďGiving upĒ ... I was referring to mechanical problems with keys, which bother me and disapointed me pretty much, considering the price of this board. Been at workshop already.... But thatís no QUIRK, thatís just lame...

Iím planning to record all this sound problem examples and upload to yt.

Can you suggest how to technically do that? I would like to get the soundtrack directly from Kronos. Using speakers and mike to catch sound is not good enough, especially for such delicate details.
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