I plug in a jack plug to silence the internal speakers on the PSR Using midi bass pedals as triggers into the cp midi in. After that, you can post your question and our members will help you out. Don’t show me this message again. Skipp, Oct 27,
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My buying priorities were excellent piano sound and feel, but I also wanted simplicity of operation as a controller, portability and a size, weight, shape that fitted nicely into my set up. Don’t have an account?
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Data received by means of the SOFTWARE may not be duplicated, transferred, or distributed, or played back or performed for listeners in public without permission of the copyright owner. Splitting the keyboard is also simple, and again the sliders now can control the level of each section of the keyboard. It has a DAW remote control mode to control a DAW and softsynths from the keyboard, and it comes with software that lets you control the synth from inside your DAW as if it were a softsynth when using Cubase or Nuendo.
I plugged in the midi cable and it worked perfectly as a controller straight away. If you want love you must be love But if you bleed love you will die love. You’ll need to choose a username for the site, which only take a couple of moments here. Judge the sound for yourself from the recordings I attached. I expect the Kurzweil and Roland would also have been good choices, but after several months I still feel satisfied with the choice I made.
I agree that its touch is heavier than the newer Yamahas CP 1 and CP5but I have grown used to the heavier action and now prefer it. I already had the PSR set up to work with the dumb controller and I just plugged in the CP33 and it worked perfectly first time!
The manual says very little about the cp used as anything other than the trigger. The style is a simplified jazz st. The CP33 is solidly built, and looks neat, and feels like it would take a bit of gigging abuse in a decent case. I play the CP33 two handed live, and just let the arranger follow along. I’ll see that I try out the CP33 as soon as possible. To print the manual completely, please, download it. Help keep the forums up and running with a donationany amount is appreciated!
If you have a Tyrosyou could have four pedals set up. I liked the Kurzweil but it was a bit heavy. Got it, continue to print.
Please Pass It On! The instructions in the manual are pretty poor CP The CP33 has been an excellent buy for me, good sound and feel and works trouble free as a controller for the arranger.
I’m new to the forum and new to MIDI. This Agreement shall be interpreted according to and governed by Japanese law without reference to miid of conflict of laws. The same action is available in many mid-range Yamaha products so it should be easy for you to test out and form your own opinion–basically every store with any digital pianos will have a Yamaha with a GH action. That is typically not done with midi.
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Since I got the CP33 I play this way a lot. I love to play piano, but I also like the accompaniment features of the arranger, and the access to other voices on the arranger. It has several piano sounds and a selection of other voices. I played live by ear to record this and the arrangement is just what popped out of my head, but it contains some unusual harmony and key changes, so even middi you are not interested in the CP33, I think its a nice piece that works well as on solo piano.
Enter text from picture: I owned the predecessor to the CP33 and it was solid.