Question about Williams Allegro 88-Key Digital Piano
LAPTOP/KEYBOARD MIDI (NON) CONNECTION: I have a Williams Allegro keyboard and am learning to play it with Emedia Piano and Keyboard Method. My laptop with this software is connected to the Allegro via MIDI input/output cables. However, the laptop says the "device is not connected" even when it is, and suggests I "replace the device," not really a feasible option. Surely there is a way to troubleshoot the problem and get the laptop abd the keyboard to communicate better via MIDI. Any ideas?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Hi, I just got a
If this is a brand new unit, exercise your warranty!
BUT FIRST see if packing material worked through the speaker grill... you know littel pieces of the packing peanuts or otherr contamination that sits in the speaker cone and rattles.
Posted on Feb 12, 2011
SOURCE: My Williams Allegro 88 keyboard
Assuming this has worked in the past (otherwise if you have changed to different pedal that is the problem) the usual thing is the machine samples the state of the pedal at power up and assumes the polarity of the pedal is at rest. Make sure you are not pressing it as you power up. Also verify the pedal is COMPLETELY plugged in... sometimes they are not quite fully in and that causes a problem, especially with the two stage versions that are sometimes used.
Posted on May 08, 2011
SOURCE: volume on the piano is
Pianos do NOT respond to keys pressed hard... they respond to FAST presses. If you have an issue with the piano, first go on record to activate your warranty. Most of these electronics DO have a setting that adjusts the "feel" which affects the loudness versus key velocity... Now here is a secret??? Shh... The manufacturers turn up the demos just like the advertisers turn up the commercials on the TV... I would suggest looking for the adjustment of feel, and if that doesn't get satisfactory results, find another and compare yours to another... if yours is still underperforming, exercise your warranty for repair or replacement.
Posted on Jun 11, 2011
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