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Good Applications on Apple Store or Android

4 months 5 days ago
FreeEagle
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Good Applications on Apple Store or Android #505
Hi,

I would like to ask , if you use some Apps with your Keyboards. And which are they? I would like test some Apps for different purposes. Please write down in this Post what are you using , and your experience with these Apps.

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Nawar

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4 months 4 days ago
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Good Applications on Apple Store or Android #507
The free Roland iPad apps are very good, very useful...

BK-9 BK-7m G70. Kurzweil K2500S, Korg Triton. Samick upright piano. iMac 27", HR824 monitors.
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Good Applications on Apple Store or Android #515
I also have many friends who use OnSong for lyric display. Because Roland's cannot display lyrics in Style Mode (unlike Korg or Yamaha), one workaround is to use an iPad running OnSong. The advantage is, the iPad running OnSong can call up (via a cable) the Performance you made for the song.

Because the BK series has a 999 size Performance List, all but the largest of repertoires can be kept in a single Performance List, and simply calling the OnSong entry up will call up your lyrics AND Performance.

However, the E-A7 went to a smaller 100 entry size List, so you now have to make sure the correct Performance List is loaded before you call up the lyrics in OnSong.

Roland once again sabotage their own best features... :unsure:

BK-9 BK-7m G70. Kurzweil K2500S, Korg Triton. Samick upright piano. iMac 27", HR824 monitors.
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