08-19-2011 02:00 PM
Yeah, I would do the same on the RD. That's how I make changes on the QS. I've created a number of "generic" setups and some named after specific songs. But I think before I start seriously GASsing over anything, I'll squirrel away some more cash and head off to the great PDF library to check out some OM's
It's not the easiest way to get around live though, I map all my program changes on it from my Yamaha.
08-22-2011 10:12 AM
Except for pianos. The latest Nord piano sounds are far better than the original ones (which are barely good enough to use), but they're not flat out better than Roland pianos. However, it's great that with the Nords, you can download newer ones as they become available. Do any of the Rolands support that?
Mickey- Nord Stage 2, you can use the sample library for the brass and orchestra, samples and the synth engine for strings. It's got a killer models of the transistor organs. The other sounds go without saying- they are all better than anything Roland puts out. It's a super easy to use keyboard for live. Splits, layers, no menu diving to get to stuff.
08-24-2011 10:27 AM
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