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Yamaha PLG150-AP
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Yamaha PLG150-AP

Expansion Board for Electronic Instrument from Yamaha belonging to the PLG series.

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Yamaha PLG150-APPublished on 08/10/06 at 03:26
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I bought it new because no OCCAZ 'So 300 out of my pocket at home studio.
I like Systm plug-in that adds notes of polyphony my Rack ES.
I love the piano sounds of this card. The problem is that there are pianos VOICE mono. Now that we have ds got to VOICE stro curiosities we move quickly on the VOICE in mono, making them almost useless!
I really hsit between DIFFERENT MODELS SRX-02, SRX-11 Roland, Kurzweil, Korg, but I did not want to increase the machines on the one hand and fork out huge sums in addition.
Let's say for the price and the place has taken it a good product, it's as if I had an expander in addition, because it takes a MIDI channel multitimbral in the configuration......
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I bought it new because no OCCAZ 'So 300 out of my pocket at home studio.
I like Systm plug-in that adds notes of polyphony my Rack ES.
I love the piano sounds of this card. The problem is that there are pianos VOICE mono. Now that we have ds got to VOICE stro curiosities we move quickly on the VOICE in mono, making them almost useless!
I really hsit between DIFFERENT MODELS SRX-02, SRX-11 Roland, Kurzweil, Korg, but I did not want to increase the machines on the one hand and fork out huge sums in addition.
Let's say for the price and the place has taken it a good product, it's as if I had an expander in addition, because it takes a MIDI channel multitimbral in the configuration but it adds to the polyphony (32 rated at least) and it is in my ES Rack, so it's as if I had not add machines supplmentaires my set.

The sounds of this card allows me to play both ballads POP / Smooth Jazz, ballads etc. .... without blmir from a hardware coteux more and more cumbersome.

Now I've got a system that provides amplification much finer, especially pregnant ca be aware reproduce piano sounds with more finesse ....

H yes! Cest not enough to have a Rolls, but if it is to park it in a box of HLM ....
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  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: PLG150-AP
  • Series: PLG
  • Category: Expansion Boards for Electronic Instruments
  • Added in our database on: 08/13/2004

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Other names: plg150 ap, plg150ap, plg 150 ap

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