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#2114203 - 07/07/13 01:03 PM Pitch effect
chessman Offline
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Registered: 04/10/13
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When I play a chord with a bass note of G, with an E flat chord in the right hand, a strange vibrato effect occurs on the sustain. I tried it on piano2 as well, and it sounds like there's an extra note being played that isn't part of the chord. It literally happens with JUST those notes. Resonant pitch maybe? Sounds like it's coming from the piano sound itself, though.

Any ideas?

I think this is more of a harmonics type thing than a fault - just an interesting sound. I'm so delighted with the P105, btw - really great piano.

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#2114206 - 07/07/13 01:06 PM Re: Completely weird fault on p105 [Re: chessman]
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I've narrowed it down to the combination of the lowest G on the keyboard and the 3rd E flat on the keyboard played in combination. It is those two notes when played together with sustain that are causing the effect.

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#2114403 - 07/07/13 11:34 PM Re: Completely weird fault on p105 [Re: chessman]
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Originally Posted By: chessman
I've narrowed it down to the combination of the lowest G on the keyboard and the 3rd E flat on the keyboard played in combination. It is those two notes when played together with sustain that are causing the horrid wavering effect.

Could you post an MP3 of it?
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