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#1339675 - 01/03/10 07:58 AM Copying sounds from one digital to another
jis Offline
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Registered: 11/18/09
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Hi,

Does anyone know if it is possible to copy sounds from one digital piano to another?

I am thinking about buying a CLP (340-370) but they do not have many sounds (like a steel guitar.) Is it possible to play the sound with the CLP if you have it on USB, taken from another DP?


It can be done with some keyboards....

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#1339683 - 01/03/10 08:28 AM Re: Copying sounds from one digital to another [Re: jis]
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Not really a USB stick although you could connect a CLP via Midi and use it as a controller to play sounds generated by another keyboard or a VST Syth on your computer.
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#1339691 - 01/03/10 08:51 AM Re: Copying sounds from one digital to another [Re: jis]
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Originally Posted By: jis
Does anyone know if it is possible to copy sounds from one digital piano to another? I am thinking about buying a CLP (340-370) but they do not have many sounds (like a steel guitar.) Is it possible to play the sound with the CLP if you have it on USB, taken from another DP?
The CLP-series Clavinovas don't have that ability.

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#1339748 - 01/03/10 11:03 AM Re: Copying sounds from one digital to another [Re: MacMacMac]
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You have several options:

- First, use a computer to add additional sounds like Dr. Popper suggests.

- Second, look into the Yamaha CVP line. This is aimed at consumers who want more voices than Yamaha includes in the CLP line.

- Third, some keyboards do include sampling capabilities, but even given this, I don't think you would be able to use USB to copy sounds from one keyboard to another.

- Fourth, add a hardware or software sampler.

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#1340418 - 01/04/10 09:37 AM Re: Copying sounds from one digital to another [Re: DragonPianoPlayer]
jis Offline
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Too bad it is not as easy as it is with PSR-series.
I have thought about the CVP-series, but I think that is a bit too much. I just would like to have 'some' extra sounds, and do not like to put a computer next to the piano.

Jis.

(the Roland HP 207 has a load of extra sounds, but I prefer the piano sound of Yamaha)
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#1340423 - 01/04/10 09:47 AM Re: Copying sounds from one digital to another [Re: jis]
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If you don't want to use a computer, maybe a midi module would be the way to go.
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