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Lost the user manual for my Electronic Keyboard


I lost a user manual, then found these guys. They emailed it to me in about 2 hours and it only cost about £3, which i thought was very reasonable.


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Sep 06, 2010 | Yamaha Full-Size Keyboard

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I think I am quite confused for what I want. So maybe you can help. I am non-professional player of Yamaha PSR 730 with no music knowledge I Play by ear/hearing only. What I Play: Mostly remix old songs to give dance/house/club beat mix kind of music. I cannot sing while I play but I want to & intend to apply effects to vacals. What I am eyeing: Akai MPK 49/25, Korg micro sampler, Roland Sp 555, Korg kaossilator pro, Akai MPC 1000 What I want ???? is for you to advice. Due to nature of my job I travel a lot - so something portable will be good but not necessary. I want to play & add lot of effects to my notes & to my percussion/rhythm/sample. Idea is that I should enjoy playing & listeners should tap heavy on dance floor. I do like to ply slow sonds as well. I liked Sp 555 for effects & launching pre-fabricated samples which can be loaded from library. I liked MPK 49 or 25 since it has the keyboard inbuilt but I am not sure if it has library of samples which can be launched through its pads & if has instruments? I dont want to latch a computer - coz I am a player like a DJ not a music producer. But I definitely like to have a lot of memory to store eithther onboard with option of expansion or on memory card - a USB connectivity gets always a need in todays world. I can replace my Yamaha PSR 730 if I get something all together(keyboard + synthesizer + sample workstation) within the price range of say US 200 - 900 - lesser the better. Am I aasking too much - ??? Simply I am looking for a toy to use - little of my musical senses & the toy make the stage blast. Thanks again SM

You sound like you have a good grasp of what you would like to do. There are lots of videos on Youtube of people using some of the gear you mentioned. Also check each manufacturers site for forums on the gear you would like to use. The forums usually consist of members who are all friendly and have good advice and solutions for any problems you may have. Remember that even the most experienced musicians started somewhere and are all still learning and are very willing to share what they know. You might consider using a laptop with an external hard drive. I think the Akai gear is very good and has good support and expandibility. Decide first what main pieces of equipment you would like and contact as many dealers as possible to get the best price. You may be pleasantly surprised and have enough of your budget left over for something you hadn't thought of yet. Good luck and enjoy your playing. Remember to study all your manuals carefully.

Jan 21, 2010 | Music

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i need a free user manual for a roland u-20 rspcm keyboard are there any ???

Found it! My 16 year old musicion picked up one of these and it is in desperate need of repair. I found the manual here:


Jul 10, 2009 | Roland Music

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