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  • Anonymous

    Larger than life

    GEM RP-XPublished on 07/21/14 at 13:13
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    21/04/14
    Previous notice exhaustive.
    10/10

    UTILIZATION

    07/21/14
    Not used for editing settings, so I do not pronounce me on the issue. Already the factory presets are as numerous as qualitative, and the little I found the manual seems clear and sufficient.
    7/10

    SOUNDS

    07/21/14
    Amidst the plethora of sounds provided serial hard not to find something to dress his compositions. Already played only bluffing they are for the most part, but then immersed among other instruments, it almost touches the originals.
    A much more efficient and better trained pianist that I will surely requirements in terms of rendering the game I do not "have it. At my level, and in the …
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    21/04/14
    Previous notice exhaustive.
    10/10

    UTILIZATION

    07/21/14
    Not used for editing settings, so I do not pronounce me on the issue. Already the factory presets are as numerous as qualitative, and the little I found the manual seems clear and sufficient.
    7/10

    SOUNDS

    07/21/14
    Amidst the plethora of sounds provided serial hard not to find something to dress his compositions. Already played only bluffing they are for the most part, but then immersed among other instruments, it almost touches the originals.
    A much more efficient and better trained pianist that I will surely requirements in terms of rendering the game I do not "have it. At my level, and in the midst of what I compose, the expression obtained enough for me. Surely a master keyboard too plonk-plonk will not pull the quintessence of this little black box of tricks.
    9/10

    OVERALL OPINION

    07/21/14
    Six months ago it is in my studio. He replaced the two pianos (grand and right) and two EP my keypad Yamaha NP-30, and what I had as a VSTi.
    I managed to nab one of the latest models net (I spent hours and hours to track down and identify the best price), sold new at discount price. I welcome this choice every time I play.
    8/10
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  • Anonymous

    A marvel!

    GEM RP-XPublished on 10/23/13 at 11:37
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Half Rack Version, black for me!

    All sounds are editable, in part via the rack and completely via the software provides!
    Full Midi, two footswitch inputs, the No. 2 is only the expression for a wah and a big plus, Audio IN to reconnect a device (Very practical and some manufacturer should be thinking!)

    99 sounds mainly EP and Piano.

    UTILIZATION

    Yes, it is very simple.
    Yes the documentation is clear except on the part of the two connectors for pedals to use the expression pedal as a wah, you must send a CC # 4 so with a pedal base FC4 types it does not work by plugging a pedal against twelve o'clock Beringher style, everything is in order or passing through another midi …
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    Half Rack Version, black for me!

    All sounds are editable, in part via the rack and completely via the software provides!
    Full Midi, two footswitch inputs, the No. 2 is only the expression for a wah and a big plus, Audio IN to reconnect a device (Very practical and some manufacturer should be thinking!)

    99 sounds mainly EP and Piano.

    UTILIZATION

    Yes, it is very simple.
    Yes the documentation is clear except on the part of the two connectors for pedals to use the expression pedal as a wah, you must send a CC # 4 so with a pedal base FC4 types it does not work by plugging a pedal against twelve o'clock Beringher style, everything is in order or passing through another midi keyboard master to generate the control!

    I am under Windows8 x64 and app works fine. Just run the software compatibility and administrator. I do not use the USB driver, I go directly through a USB midi interface / Midi DIN 20 € and is nickel!
    editing is very simple and real time!

    SOUNDS

    Yes!
    The effects are very good!
    The Rhodes and Wurlitzer are pure beauty, they use the processor's internal synthesis and not samples.

    Having been compared with the Korg SV1, frankly, it does not fade!
    Although there me ns effects and no light, there is up to it!
    Nothing prevents the passage by external effects!

    Even though his heart is preferred EP, pianos are not much higher than the rest and some digital piano. No loops arises because I think Pianos are hybrids because it was the spearhead in GENERALMUSIC
    I'm mainly on the 20 to 27 Rhode Wurli and Clavinet!
    The expression is really excellent and the settings allow "any" tweaking!

    OVERALL OPINION

    In recent weeks, but with intensive game approx 8am day!
    Yes, I had gone to a Korg SV1 to replace my SP200 and have real good sound Rhodes but considering the price I tried it and I'm not disappointed for a second!

    Cons:

    Software aging
    Configuring a CC pedal # 2
    Internal connector for 9v delicate decision!

    Pros

    !! HIS SONS OF RHODES!!

    / Price unbeatable
    The more difficult it is to find!
    Yes, I would do without hesitation that choice, it is a killer!!

    A MUST HAVE!
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  • gnouliegnoulie

    Attention Nugget!

    GEM RP-XPublished on 07/03/13 at 06:59
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It is a half-rack, no rack as is, but can adapt sth for DIYers (two threaded holes in the unit). Supplied with a soft editor. Connectors: two asymmetric line out jack, and two RCA line-in, midi in / out / thru, USB, two jack pedals. 50 sounds, including pianos samples (with friendly modeling), harpsichord, clavinet, and Rhodes Wurli (the latter two are entirely physical modeling), some additional samples (synth, strings, etc ...). Line three types of effects: reverb, modulation, comp & cie. 4 Multi timbral voice polyphony 72 voices (be careful, we tickle the limit when too many layers + heavy use of the damper pedal).

    UTILIZATION

    Simple to use, the manual is clear and sufficient.…
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    It is a half-rack, no rack as is, but can adapt sth for DIYers (two threaded holes in the unit). Supplied with a soft editor. Connectors: two asymmetric line out jack, and two RCA line-in, midi in / out / thru, USB, two jack pedals. 50 sounds, including pianos samples (with friendly modeling), harpsichord, clavinet, and Rhodes Wurli (the latter two are entirely physical modeling), some additional samples (synth, strings, etc ...). Line three types of effects: reverb, modulation, comp & cie. 4 Multi timbral voice polyphony 72 voices (be careful, we tickle the limit when too many layers + heavy use of the damper pedal).

    UTILIZATION

    Simple to use, the manual is clear and sufficient. For soft editor (which works perfectly on XP), there is built-in help. The USB driver is provided, but it seems that it is not a success, so I immediately decided to use a usb / external midi interface, and it runs.

    SOUNDS

    When you think that embedded technology (that of Promega) dates from 2002, it strikes that GEM is the true precursor of the hybrid sample / modeling on a dedicated machine hard at the piano, before Roland, and it succeeded ! The RP-X date it from 2006, and its sonic performance are still current. The first sample of piano is really nice in shiny kind, others are also interesting (honky-tonk with his recall hammers, etc.). All are very realistic. The real "plus" for me are the Rhodes, and it complements my RD700NX, which is weak (indeed, there are placed too high harmonics in the sound development of the stamp on the high values ​​of velocity, even dry).
    The effects are suitable, not great quality but sufficient.
    The expression is excellent (no velocity layers, timbral changes continuously, great!).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had two weeks. Longer, because loss of GEM (and it's a nice loss), there are still qq copies for sale on either German site. I feel stupid (and selfish!) To buy a second, so it is a pity it is endangered. The device certainly has a few weaknesses, but reported at its current price is peanuts and quickly forgotten!
    The biggest flaw of the RP-X, is that the parameters of velocity response are stored in Global when they should be able to individually set for each Performance, in effect, an offset of 0 is ok for acoustic pianos, but in order to enjoy all the expressiveness of Rhodes, it must be set to 15. A touch so manually each time you move from one to the other.

    MORE:
    - Value / crazy prices
    - The EP physical modeling
    - Expressive (tonal shades)
    - Line in
    - Response to the velocity with two parameters (scale and offset)

    LEAST:
    - Sufficient polyphony, but limit multi-timbral use
    - Parameters of the velocity response stored in Global
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  • Anonymous

    Super module, very expressive, the best in the genre on the market!

    GEM RP-XPublished on 08/13/12 at 09:49
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    Half-rack enclosure easy to integrate into a live set.
    The build quality is just okay.
    I will not dwell too much on features because they are known, except that this module includes a ROM 64 MB dedicated to the sounds of acoustic pianos, string and other pad. The sounds of Rhodes, Clavinet and Wurtlizer are pure modeling, they do not use any samples.
    The case is supplied with an editor (PC only).
    Line and very useful for reconnecting a second rack or synth (competition should take a leaf).
    Another addition, two pedal inputs (including one for the expression pedal).
    the connection is complete, USB port, and a trio noon.

    UTILIZATION

    The ergonomics of the rack is average…
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    Half-rack enclosure easy to integrate into a live set.
    The build quality is just okay.
    I will not dwell too much on features because they are known, except that this module includes a ROM 64 MB dedicated to the sounds of acoustic pianos, string and other pad. The sounds of Rhodes, Clavinet and Wurtlizer are pure modeling, they do not use any samples.
    The case is supplied with an editor (PC only).
    Line and very useful for reconnecting a second rack or synth (competition should take a leaf).
    Another addition, two pedal inputs (including one for the expression pedal).
    the connection is complete, USB port, and a trio noon.

    UTILIZATION

    The ergonomics of the rack is average, nothing more, but frankly, much better to use the external editor that allows really getting into the bowels of the beast and discover all the possibilities that are really interesting.
    Without the publisher, I think this expander loses half its interest because it really helps to build your own presets in a thorough and quick. I find this editor very successful indeed, I soon mastered and only a small party I crafted sound chars.
    I recommend the use of USB drivers Mumbo (which do not work under Win seven), is better to use a standard USB Midi device (if we have available of course).
    on the other hand, the module does not recognize the signal south of my sustain pedal connected to my Yamaha P60, really weird. I have to connect a pedal at the rack. I do not know how to solve this problem ...

    SOUNDS

    On piano sounds, I have my preference for the Grand Piano Bright (the fourth piano sound), which suits me really well in the sound.
    The dynamic range is really consistent, sound is very clean, it sounds really good. I plug that uses big piano like Alicia's Keys, I have not felt a qualitative leap with less than what I found in the RP-X, there really is nothing to be ashamed! The joy of playing is really, bravo GEM!
    For Rhodes, the "Real Rhodes" is my favorite, the modeling gives incredible results! The grain is there, and with a little tremolo, it does matter! Only my faithful Scarbee gave me these sensations there. I think to get better we must start in the North, and yet I think there is not such a big difference ...
    The sounds of pads and strings allow the possibility of large tablecloths if you hack well with the editor. Well, it was still not a Wavestation under the hood, but more that it can really help. In combination with the acoustic piano, no worries, it does it well. For the rest of the sounds, I do not master to give an opinion on the sounds of trench CP, harpsichords and other Clavinet in general, but I like the Wurlitzer, but good.
    Pity that lack of B3 organ sounds, it would really come full circle ...
    The effect section is correct: the reverbs do their work, the tremolo sounds good, and stereo delay also. Too bad for the latter we do not have the ability to adjust accurately (in BPM or Milliseconds) the timming repetitions. I do not use the insert effects, but the wah (which can be controlled by an expression pedal) seemed to sound good.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It has been 5 days since I have this rack.
    This is my first module dedicated to pianos and keyboards.
    What I love most:
    -Compact size
    -Sounds of acoustic piano and Fender Rhodes fabulous
    -The external editor
    On-line input and two pedal inputs
    -The price

    What I like least:
    -No organ sounds

    At 260 euros (model returned) in Music Store, it's just fabulous. An excellent price for a module that offers sounds that sound and is very malleable through its external editor. The connection you can meet a number of configuration constraints. Only small downside, the lack of B3 organ sounds ...
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  • brooklyn59brooklyn59

    Piano sounds bof

    GEM RP-XPublished on 01/31/12 at 13:32
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    See features, if not practice small and light module

    UTILIZATION

    So simple to use but limited
    Tros hard buttons

    SOUNDS

    I took him for piano sounds
    It appears that the synthesis, no sampling of real piano so
    + Card with SonicCell srx11 I can just compare Roland wins hands down
    Ok not the same price, but you must take into account the duration of use that provides the effort to do when you can buy a TV that will keep more than 5 years is often the blow instead to watch an absolutely first prize
    I would say the bass notes and treble are correct without more, the middle of the keyboard is not good at first too synthetic, and confused on agreement, the notes blend…
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    See features, if not practice small and light module

    UTILIZATION

    So simple to use but limited
    Tros hard buttons

    SOUNDS

    I took him for piano sounds
    It appears that the synthesis, no sampling of real piano so
    + Card with SonicCell srx11 I can just compare Roland wins hands down
    Ok not the same price, but you must take into account the duration of use that provides the effort to do when you can buy a TV that will keep more than 5 years is often the blow instead to watch an absolutely first prize
    I would say the bass notes and treble are correct without more, the middle of the keyboard is not good at first too synthetic, and confused on agreement, the notes blend too much, it is unrealistic, in short I ' have not been impressed, I think that reputation is a bit overrated
    Side effects setup / reverb, you can not expect much but it can be enough, the sonic boost setting (too often), the sounds of pianos and other are very numerous and some mixes 2 / 3 performance mode levels can be very attractive, it was the margin of the combinations according to their tastes, limited combinations if only with the number of sounds on the rp-x.

    OVERALL OPINION

    For the price new or OCCAZ, it can properly assist a piano sounds so mediocre, but if you search for almost realistic, I think we should turn to another expander. To date I have not heard better than srx11, yet it dates ... I have not heard any, there may be better.
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  • -Magellan--Magellan-

    GEM RP-XPublished on 06/18/07 at 05:13
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    Features to go to the website of Generalmusic directly =)
    If not quite complete connectivity, there is even a MIDI cable in the box (?) It's always nice little touches such =)
    The installation of the editor on my laptop was very smooth, although I have not played with.

    UTILIZATION

    The use for anyone who wants to play on is extra easy. Connecting the MIDI input, a button to choose the performance, a knob of volumet zoup and it works.

    I am not yet entered the details but it's still very accessible and we find the pleasure of the hardware compared to software: it sounds now.

    I must read it again, but it seems that the effects are not very well explained in the manual, but …
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    Features to go to the website of Generalmusic directly =)
    If not quite complete connectivity, there is even a MIDI cable in the box (?) It's always nice little touches such =)
    The installation of the editor on my laptop was very smooth, although I have not played with.

    UTILIZATION

    The use for anyone who wants to play on is extra easy. Connecting the MIDI input, a button to choose the performance, a knob of volumet zoup and it works.

    I am not yet entered the details but it's still very accessible and we find the pleasure of the hardware compared to software: it sounds now.

    I must read it again, but it seems that the effects are not very well explained in the manual, but otherwise happily doc in french =).

    SOUNDS

    ..... Sounds are staggering.

    Never mind the sounds of strings and other marimba where few people will buy this device. But the sounds of electric pianos are very good. Ho I do not have a large range of equipment to make a comparative pouillème, but the sounds are exactly what I hope to find in buying this RP-X.
    The wulitzer is fabulous, the sounds are top Rodhe, even though they are often accompanied by a string in performance. But there are no strings presets and if you play a little 'alone' as well.
    I think the piano sounds good because I control without the RP-X from a digital piano Roland RP-101 and it is ultra Get Driving for piano sound ... so it is better on the sound of 'grand piano' that the rp-x necessarily.

    The effects are almost too well integrated to the sounds. I must bump this side a little, but I think for example that the phaser or tremolo is so thin you can 'feel' the effect more than you hear. But hey, I have not taken the time to see how it acts on it for now and if we can play on the dose or the amplitude.

    In effect, it may be missing a slight distortion (or a crunch) that can be found if we attack the high notes, like a real Rodhe I suppose, but not indepandamment anyway.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Relieved after purchase.

    It is a rack (1 / 2 rack for that matter) who does very well what it is done: simulating electric pianos, Wurlitzer and clavinet other. The sounds are hot, very sensitive to velocity and just a chord, there is a real presence.

    The effects can be closer to sounds 60 '70' (yes there is a whawha), even if it does not seem to be a big super customizable effects section (but then must also re-read the doc when I get to let go my keyboard).

    The connectors allow almost all connections with the 'real' trio for MIDI and a USB port in addition, inputs and outputs.

    I have to push a little further to the side effects and the edition from the computer, but I think we can do a lot of adjustments if necessary on these elements.

    Finally I turn on the side I play, a single volume knob for direct access, 2 buttons to change the sounds ...... it's very valuable for those who want to make music first before making computer = p
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  • matt-matt-

    GEM RP-XPublished on 07/23/07 at 07:03
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    The CHARACTERISTICS are arranged, I do not m'tends.

    Note: there is an extension (called Mumbo) download on the manufacturer's website as a bridge midi / usb. Forcment not essential, but can become practical.

    Too bad all the same there is no room sounds "no keyboard" sounds of organ (hammond, harmonium, church organ).

    UTILIZATION

    Trs easy to use the rack, trs simple by the software with the possibility of going much further bonus.

    The manual is clear enough.

    Regret may be: Access in basic sounds by dfile. I prfr a ranking menus (basic sounds, performances, etc.)..

    SOUNDS

    Trs sound really good for pianos, wurlitzer, rhodes, clavinet: ism, expression, dynamics…
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    The CHARACTERISTICS are arranged, I do not m'tends.

    Note: there is an extension (called Mumbo) download on the manufacturer's website as a bridge midi / usb. Forcment not essential, but can become practical.

    Too bad all the same there is no room sounds "no keyboard" sounds of organ (hammond, harmonium, church organ).

    UTILIZATION

    Trs easy to use the rack, trs simple by the software with the possibility of going much further bonus.

    The manual is clear enough.

    Regret may be: Access in basic sounds by dfile. I prfr a ranking menus (basic sounds, performances, etc.)..

    SOUNDS

    Trs sound really good for pianos, wurlitzer, rhodes, clavinet: ism, expression, dynamics, everything is l.
    It was really fun to play but also cost in sending the reading of a midi file in it.

    For other sound is a bit worse, but I did not buy the rp-x for this purpose. I think all these sounds I used to try some of the same arrangements for some parts or sub-mixes.

    OVERALL OPINION

    This opinion is "hot": I will probably some time over APRS.

    Nanmoins I can say that the report qualitprix is ​​excellent, the quality is excellent and can easily be of the machine, if one has chosen knowingly.
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  • young.bawsyoung.baws

    GEM RP-XPublished on 03/06/08 at 09:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Price: (August 31, 2007): 500 eur (purchased Musik-Service.de)

    + Physical modeling exellents samples (acoustic) in the same technology as Real Piano SERIES

    Polyphony
    72 notes max.
    Memory
    64 MB
    Sounds
    PCM-50 physical model sounds stero / mono
    Multiparts
    4 shares
    Performance
    99
    Effects
    6 Reverbs: Room - small, medium, large;
    Hall - large, medium, internship
    4 Effects: Chorus, Phaser, Tremolo, Stereo Delay
    4-band parametric EQ (progr.)
    2 Insert effects: wah-wah, compressor
    Modes
    Single, Layer, Split
    Controls
    Volume pot., On / off switch, perf. button, data <> buttons, edit button, edit indicators: part (ch), sound, volume, velocity, transp, tune, efx…
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    Price: (August 31, 2007): 500 eur (purchased Musik-Service.de)

    + Physical modeling exellents samples (acoustic) in the same technology as Real Piano SERIES

    Polyphony
    72 notes max.
    Memory
    64 MB
    Sounds
    PCM-50 physical model sounds stero / mono
    Multiparts
    4 shares
    Performance
    99
    Effects
    6 Reverbs: Room - small, medium, large;
    Hall - large, medium, internship
    4 Effects: Chorus, Phaser, Tremolo, Stereo Delay
    4-band parametric EQ (progr.)
    2 Insert effects: wah-wah, compressor
    Modes
    Single, Layer, Split
    Controls
    Volume pot., On / off switch, perf. button, data <> buttons, edit button, edit indicators: part (ch), sound, volume, velocity, transp, tune, efx, rev

    Display
    LED cifre 3 / 7 segments

    Connections
    Output L / R inputs L / R, USB, MIDI In / Out / Thru, pedal 1 to 2, 12 in DC

    Extra
    RP-X Editor - PC software editor for controlling the sound module via MIDI or USB

    UTILIZATION

    Using super simple, manual easy no-brainer

    SOUNDS

    The sounds of acoustic pianos 10/10
    the piano sounds lctriques 8 / 10
    Clavinet: 10/10
    Pads, violins 6 / 10

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have been around 3 months, I too patches of acoustic pianos, they are trsralistes trs. Bc lctriques J'apprcie pianos too.

    No way to be dcu by this module. Exellent qualitprix report.
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  • kreutkreut

    GEM RP-XPublished on 10/31/09 at 00:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    bought in Germany 349, 3-year warranty, delivered in 2 days

    I have a Roland XV-5080 (+ map SRJV 60 & 70's), a Kurzweil K2600R, and I know the Yamaha P140

    only talking about the sounds of pianos, Rhodes, Clavinet and Wurlis, and only the sounds of these: the RP-X is my prfr of four!

    I find it a little pluschaleureux, just a little more typ plusattachantque the Kurzweil, which is nevertheless excellent, but gives me a little less pleasure everywhere, but it may be the issue got to ..

    same thing with respect to the Yamaha pianos, and largely in desssus in regard to electric pianos

    The Roland is well below forthe real pianos, and even if the electric piano sounds of the card are…
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    bought in Germany 349, 3-year warranty, delivered in 2 days

    I have a Roland XV-5080 (+ map SRJV 60 & 70's), a Kurzweil K2600R, and I know the Yamaha P140

    only talking about the sounds of pianos, Rhodes, Clavinet and Wurlis, and only the sounds of these: the RP-X is my prfr of four!

    I find it a little pluschaleureux, just a little more typ plusattachantque the Kurzweil, which is nevertheless excellent, but gives me a little less pleasure everywhere, but it may be the issue got to ..

    same thing with respect to the Yamaha pianos, and largely in desssus in regard to electric pianos

    The Roland is well below forthe real pianos, and even if the electric piano sounds of the card are SRJV trs plutt Varis and enjoyable, friendly, no one seems to me at RP-X (which sounds less)

    short, if you search all of these sounds has the parat me impossible to be the expander by this, it has no competition and that price can be the m I simply no competition for some sounds ..

    ah yes, the harpsichord is also excellent!
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  • nobodyknowsnobodyknows

    A killing! :)

    GEM RP-XPublished on 07/18/11 at 06:45
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    still trying

    UTILIZATION

    not tried

    SOUNDS

    Sounds are more than adequate for those looking for realistic keyboard sounds (piano acoustic electric piano, Rhodes, etc. .. with a lot of momentum.
    I thought I read that from qq polyphony is "limited" with respect to a general expander but it's not really a problem because it is only for keyboards that it should be used, so eventually it more than enough no 50 keyboards in a production!

    OVERALL OPINION

    This is a small black box, but very light with a max of surprises inside!

    ny not there billions of sounds ais those proposed are mostly very, very realistic and beautiful
    I'm not a great expert on expanders I'…
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    still trying

    UTILIZATION

    not tried

    SOUNDS

    Sounds are more than adequate for those looking for realistic keyboard sounds (piano acoustic electric piano, Rhodes, etc. .. with a lot of momentum.
    I thought I read that from qq polyphony is "limited" with respect to a general expander but it's not really a problem because it is only for keyboards that it should be used, so eventually it more than enough no 50 keyboards in a production!

    OVERALL OPINION

    This is a small black box, but very light with a max of surprises inside!

    ny not there billions of sounds ais those proposed are mostly very, very realistic and beautiful
    I'm not a great expert on expanders I'm also not a real piano, but I tried several keyboards in stores including digital pianos quite expensive and I can say is that among those with the best all those sounds I heard!
    Only one of expendeur Pianos / keyboards but he faitplus as well given its price!

    there are some interesting patch overlaid with sounds or with one or two well chosen effects that give the impression of playing the soundtrack of film or recording keyboards for Marvin Gaye and Isaac Hayes!

    the pianos are top like any keyboards in general (Rhodes electric piano etc. ..) some very nice water effects and a lot of dynamic ca décoiffe output of rack!.
    no organ in against what is a shame but I think the system synthesis GEM owner did not correctly reproduce this type of instrument and that's probably why they have not been box too!

    important point is the synthesis of hard-it's not multi sampling!

    Coupled with a good master keyboard with a heavy hit you with a few hundred euros for the equivalent of an excellent digital piano rather upscale (in terms of sound) and even a much better IMHO, as the pianos often Digital does not know how well the acoustic piano sounds for the rest it is not usually top!

    I would do without hesitation that choice especially since the production of the device has been arrested recently this little wonder therefore likely to be found quickly!
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