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Split two hands for two different sounds

I saw someone used this piano (korg sp200) with 2 sounds different in 2 hands. Please show me how can I can set it ?

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The SP200 does not have any built in ability to split the keyboard between high and low. My guess is that you were seeing someone using this keyboard as a midi controller for a sampler (or sample player) and they had assigned various samples to keys or key ranges. This can be done using Reason fairly easily. The setup would be in the sampler you use however and not the keyboard.

Hope this helps.

bd.

Posted on Jan 05, 2009

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    jan_wittebro Mar 01, 2012

    It has! but you need a second keyboard (a cheap one like casio for ex.) with a midi out - plug midi in, in your korg set the two sounds and ready, at least it works with my keyboards... hoped it helped you . regards.. Jan from Majorca-Spain..

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