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Offline TheHunter

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Keyboard dual sound
« on: October 14, 2007, 11:07:00 PM »
I have a Yamaha PSR-GX76 and doesn't have the dual sound feature. Is there a way to get a dual sound using software through MIDI connection. I read reviews that they use MIDI cable connecting midi out to midi in and briefly disconnecting one end and then change the channel. I don't know how this work. I know lots of people gurus in MIDI sequencing here and I'm idiot on this and just want to have dual sound on my keyboard. Thanks!
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Offline KitC

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Re: Keyboard dual sound
« Reply #1 on: October 15, 2007, 12:26:01 AM »
From what I've read, the GX76 has a dual mode but it doesn't work as expected. Here's what I found about dual mode:

"...negatives are: (a) you can not make the keyboard sound dual voices [BUT I can now 'cheat' this by connecting midi out to midi in - if u briefly disconnect at one end and change channel, keybd thereafter sounds both voices]; (b) split keybd only works wioth preset instruments; (c) as far as I knwo u cannot select individual midid channels."

It should work well in split mode based on what I've read so far.
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