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Yamaha G50

Audio/MIDI Converter from Yamaha

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esji71esji71

Yamaha G50Published on 06/09/05 at 16:27
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I bought the G50 to help me cope and I use it with one or soundfonts JV1080
that is terrible!

UTILIZATION

Very easy to use, rglages childish ...
no surprises if the sensor is installed

GETTING STARTED

I have trouble talking about what type of JPEG in his criticism ... In any case there is nothing paramtrer with an expander or soundfonts (well except sr at beginners, the rglage of touch on the G50) ... Once the sensor is possible you and your sound you play ... no diffrence with a master keyboard!
Frankly, that is true that there are better now, but that is far from be a gadget!
if you play dirty you are going to drool ...
on the other hand, if you own a game, that is...…
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I bought the G50 to help me cope and I use it with one or soundfonts JV1080
that is terrible!

UTILIZATION

Very easy to use, rglages childish ...
no surprises if the sensor is installed

GETTING STARTED

I have trouble talking about what type of JPEG in his criticism ... In any case there is nothing paramtrer with an expander or soundfonts (well except sr at beginners, the rglage of touch on the G50) ... Once the sensor is possible you and your sound you play ... no diffrence with a master keyboard!
Frankly, that is true that there are better now, but that is far from be a gadget!
if you play dirty you are going to drool ...
on the other hand, if you own a game, that is really cool!
I think if there is problem with this unit, that is the cleanliness that is primarily concerned, he is content to play what you do ... (And of course, forget the casseroles and notes clumps!)
may be deprecated to beginners!

OVERALL OPINION

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charlototocharlototo

Yamaha G50Published on 12/04/05 at 17:45
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J bought this contraption 6 years ago! To replace my master keyboard. Diretta in my mac and a strat USD.

UTILIZATION

Several times a luthier set ... even with it's own game nn impoorte what. J him after a month abandoned this joke.

GETTING STARTED

For 5 years he drags in my studio ... My home is still waiting for the release of its I sensor ... It's wrong taarder I think.
In short for me this thing is OVER.

OVERALL OPINION

N / A
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jopopjopop

MIDI Converter G50 ..... good to have some fun

Yamaha G50Published on 09/18/11 at 12:42
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USE MY 50 G
refrain fast game and polyphonic, the best is still a master keyboard ...
In my case, I use it with a Vester strato type, in mono, so without the sensor,
jack directly into the G50
IN synth, G 50 sends a Ketron SD2 ... nothing to say impec
Quick games can be run (in mono of course) with the sounds of flute 72, 73, 74 and above
The operation will depend on the cleanliness and speed of play
and of course the parameters entered into the G50 (D E velocity chromatic and other ...
In summary, very good unit, do not expect miracles, but with a good ass expendeur (Ketron type) can be good vibes and trumpet, sax chorus another, even accordion that will leave your...…
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USE MY 50 G
refrain fast game and polyphonic, the best is still a master keyboard ...
In my case, I use it with a Vester strato type, in mono, so without the sensor,
jack directly into the G50
IN synth, G 50 sends a Ketron SD2 ... nothing to say impec
Quick games can be run (in mono of course) with the sounds of flute 72, 73, 74 and above
The operation will depend on the cleanliness and speed of play
and of course the parameters entered into the G50 (D E velocity chromatic and other ...
In summary, very good unit, do not expect miracles, but with a good ass expendeur (Ketron type) can be good vibes and trumpet, sax chorus another, even accordion that will leave your listeners pentois jopop
jopop@live.fr

UTILIZATION

no need for manual ...... ka is connected

GETTING STARTED

yes, you have to search for parameters, if we did a little computer music, no problem

OVERALL OPINION

more than 6 years

I have tried others, it is not even bother, there are no better


Eyes closed to buy ......................
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LoHerryLoHerry

Yamaha G50Published on 09/12/04 at 14:38
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Owner of this converter for 5 years now, I take pleasure all the time designing new sounds. I adapted to my low (TRB6).

As a general rule, it must be time to patch really INTERESTED. The management of splits is not forcment empty.

J'apprcie:
<ul> The tuner Intgr;
The few analytical error on his part;
The analysis notes that is not restricted to the semitones but until glissandos </ul>
I regret:
<ul> The lack of precision in slap that makes it more but less prcis ractif;
The lack of a screen more readable (a letter for the settings ditable few functional);
The fragility of the cable connector with its Owner '(which is coteux). </ul>

In the end, a tool that is designed to...…
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Owner of this converter for 5 years now, I take pleasure all the time designing new sounds. I adapted to my low (TRB6).

As a general rule, it must be time to patch really INTERESTED. The management of splits is not forcment empty.

J'apprcie:
<ul> The tuner Intgr;
The few analytical error on his part;
The analysis notes that is not restricted to the semitones but until glissandos </ul>
I regret:
<ul> The lack of precision in slap that makes it more but less prcis ractif;
The lack of a screen more readable (a letter for the settings ditable few functional);
The fragility of the cable connector with its Owner '(which is coteux). </ul>

In the end, a tool that is designed to be paramtr only behind the scenes, no game scne possible as too complicated and too cumbersome.

Paramtr so it can make a tool and a formidable scne complment intrressant in the studio while recording. It is also necessary to have a good expander that goes with ...

The report qualitprix remains good today if it is used as converter for the 6-string bass as today MODEL Roland V-Bass is a budget any other ...

Even today, no regrets in my purchase!

UTILIZATION

N / A

GETTING STARTED

N / A

OVERALL OPINION

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  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: G50
  • Category: Audio/MIDI Converters
  • Added in our database on: 11/14/2003

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