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I am a BK9 owner now..

1 week 2 days ago
RoSv
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I am a BK9 owner now.. #785
Hello .
Im also a new Bk9 owner.

Need to get in touch with bk9 user.

Robert.

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I am a BK9 owner now.. #788
Congratulations on finding this rare keyboard!

Nick, I'm guessing you have gone through every single piano in the BK-9 and tried to find one the same as the Canvas piano in the G70, and have failed? TBH, I left the old Canvas piano behind a long time ago in favor of the gorgeous GrandX in the G70, and I still miss that sound a bit in the BK-9 (the ClassicPiano is based on some of the same samples, but the programming changed and the samples seem a bit shorter). If I remember right, the Canvas piano had only the one sample for the whole velocity range, and these four sample pianos I just find more playable...

Have you tried selecting another piano sound (maybe Rock Piano) and editing it? Perhaps try setting the Key Touch to Low to force it into a restricted velocity range... Don't forget the EQ, too.

As to getting rid of a drum sound in a style (it's a lot more complicated if you want it out only in one Variation) simply open the Makeup Tools, navigate to the drum Part, scroll down to the 'Drum Instrument' field, open that, scroll down to the drum sound you want to be rid of, then hit the 'Mute' button. Save as a User style (you can't overwrite the ROM styles in the BK series).

Let's try to keep further questions to their own thread in the Music Related forum, please...

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

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