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beethonin / Tony Munoz 5 days ago
Which is for you the best 88-key weighted or hammer action controller / keyboard. I have a Prokeys Sono 88 M audio, a Korg M1, and a Yamaha Clavinova CLP930. After the years that I have been playing the piano I prefer the touch of the M1, the M audio is too soft and has little control of sensitivity and the Yamaha is too heavy., After hours playing you end up too tired and it does not allow me to reach the speeds I want although if the sensitivity. I like Nord electro. What do you think? Maybe the cme UF8?

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telescope01 / Stephanie Fischer 31 days ago
Hi! I am seeking keys on this track. It has a base track, but needs variety key wise. I currently have no keyboard. I welcome help! I am working on an upcoming release.

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beethonin / Tony Munoz 1mo+3dy ago
Hello colleagues, does anyone know of a website to download songs by tracks to be able to remove the keyboard and practice playing it?

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pboaz / Niall Shakeshaft 1mo+28dy ago
Hi there keyboard players! I would love to find someone who would like to add a soulful piano to this song. It already has a great vocal, drum part and a bassline from my fellow collaborators, and an acoustic guitar part from me, but only some shoddy MIDI block chords. So if someone out there has the time, skills and inclination to lay down a piano part, that would be great. Key of E, 90bpm. Chords can be found in the lyrics PDF over on the collaboration page. Fingers crossed this appeals to someone!

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Treid / Timothy Reid 2mo+28dy ago
Help/Advice Wanted: I have been using software synth plug-ins as MIDI to record the keys on my demos/tracks. Not being a primary Keyboard player this is great as I can write in parts and edit mistakes which saves a lot of time. However, there are a occasions where I want to use sounds/patches on hardware synths/keyboards which I don`t have software versions of. My questions are: Is there a process for using running pre-written MIDI back through a keyboard in order to capture the sounds/patches found on that specific hardware synth. (I noticed some keyboards have "MIDI out,in" and occasionally a "Through" and was curious as to if these could possibly is the answer.) If this is possible, what are some of the specific models of keyboards which support this function. Obviously, I could just practice more (I am a lazy MF) and record as audio files but MIDI is one of those luxuries, Thats helps the process so much.

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DexLoga / Dan Rosati 3 months ago
I am looking for keys to lay down the rhythm and there is room if you want to solo. All ideas are welcome!!!!! Best Regards, Dan R

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DexLoga / Dan Rosati 3 months ago
I am looking for a bass to lay down the rhythm and there is room if you want to solo. All ideas are welcome!!!!! Best Regards, Dan R

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JustVera / Just Vera 3mo+3dy ago
Mike Mantecon's lyrics are there. Everything else is up to YOU... (Looking for drums, bass, guitar, piano, vocals. And cowbell. MORE COWBELL!)

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beethonin / Tony Munoz 3mo+9dy ago
Good afternoon everyone. A question to those of you who have a Yamaha CLP piano. Does anyone know where to get spare parts online for the keys for a CLP920? Thank you very much

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CanyonsEdge / Monte Lorne 3mo+11dy ago
Hello All, I'm hoping someone here will be interested in bringing this idea to life with some great piano/keyboard to replace my basic virtual ideas. Thanks, Monte

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