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#2116753 - 07/12/13 08:15 PM Could someone with a CP50 confirm this.
G. Bonner Offline
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Registered: 07/03/13
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First of all, loving the keyboard.

I'm wondering about the "Old School" piano sound. Can anyone with this board confirm there is a subtle static sound to the notes of this sound? It's especially noticeable with the bass notes.

Just wondering if this is normal or if something is wrong with this sound in my board. Don't hear it with the other sounds.

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#2116758 - 07/12/13 08:40 PM Re: Could someone with a CP50 confirm this. [Re: G. Bonner]
G. Bonner Offline
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Well after a bit of digging I found that adjusting the "R-Over" parameter on the sound to zero takes the static away. Turning it up makes it really bad, so I'm thinking it's normal. Can't find what "R-Over" means in the manual though.

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#2118340 - 07/16/13 01:39 AM Re: Could someone with a CP50 confirm this. [Re: G. Bonner]
xorbe Offline
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Right part overdrive? Was it per chance "R1-Over"? Overdrive is part of the Comp Distortion modulator on the Old School program, adjustable 0-127.

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#2118805 - 07/16/13 10:25 PM Re: Could someone with a CP50 confirm this. [Re: G. Bonner]
G. Bonner Offline
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Nope, says "R-Over" I think it probably is what you describe though.

I don't think there are too many CP50 owners on the forum.

I'll do some more Internet searching. Tks.


Edited by G. Bonner (07/16/13 10:26 PM)

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#2118853 - 07/16/13 11:51 PM Re: Could someone with a CP50 confirm this. [Re: G. Bonner]
xorbe Offline
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Go here and click on CP50 Data List, that's where I found the info. (8th item in the list.)

http://download.yamaha.com/search/produc...duct_id=1048812

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