I have been recording with my FP-4 for the last year for youtube, I have achieved decent results through a simple connection consisting of leads from the output jacks of the FP-4 straight into line in on my digital mp3/mic recorder - Edirol R-09HR. I capture image/video from my digital camera, and mute the audio from that obviously when I create a video on sony vegas for youtube, and use the audio from the Edirol, which I record in 24bit wav for best digital audio. The results are very good.
I now have a CLP-380 and wish to create videos of the same quality, or rather higher quality if I can...what I mean is I would like to capture the IAFC effects into the audio somehow. But I fear it is not possible as the IAFC is seperate I think and will not go into the recording.
Is there anyway to get a line in recording with the IAFC effects/full sound of the piano tone? Or will I have to mic the piano with the Edirol just like you would have to with an acoustic piano, to get the full sounds from my CLP-380 (including IAFC). The only problem that way is a loss in audio quality as compared to a line in clean recording. Its that vs the full sound of the piano.
I have already made a recording of the grand piano 1 tone into my Edirol line in connection. I recorded with the IAFC on and off, but there is no difference
therefore I need to find a way of capturing the full beauty of my piano's sound into my videos - because believe me when the IAFC is on and reverb etc.. this piano is beyond good, its full sound is an incredible experience.