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QS8 keyboard. Why is volume in organ mode much louder than piano mode when I switch between modes without touching volume slide?


On organ mode, in general, almost all brands of the modern keyboard, velocity setting is not enabled. Setting velocity is used to determine how much the level of the sound that follows how strongly you press the keys. It is really just to imitate the sound of vintage organs, which in the past, electronic organ technologi not use the velocity on the keys. So, how strong / slow we press the keys, the sound level will remain the same.
At the Piano mode,modern keyboard using setting velocity. This also to imitate an acoustic piano, which, if we press the keys slowly, the sound level will be slow as well, and vice versa.
So, in your case,at the same volume slider, try to play on the organ modes, note level. Moving to the piano mode and press the keys securely powered (full power). Then the sound level should be equal to the organ mode.
On modern keyboards, also included organ sound that added velocity setting. Usually found on the user bank.

Sep 01, 2015 | Alesis Music

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Alesis QS8 keyboard. The volume of the organ is much louder than the keyboard when I switch between both modes without touching the volume slide. How can I fix this.


On organ mode, in general, almost all brands of the modern keyboard, velocity setting is not enabled. Setting velocity is used to determine how much the level of the sound that follows how strongly you press the keys. It is really just to imitate the sound of vintage organs, which in the past, electronic organ technologi not use the velocity on the keys. So, how strong / slow we press the keys, the sound level will remain the same.
At the Piano mode,modern keyboard using setting velocity. This also to imitate an acoustic piano, which, if we press the keys slowly, the sound level will be slow as well, and vice versa.
So, in your case,at the same volume slider, try to play on the organ modes, note level. Moving to the piano mode and press the keys securely powered (full power). Then the sound level should be equal to the organ mode.
On modern keyboards, also included organ sound that added velocity setting. Usually found on the user bank.

Sep 01, 2015 | Alesis Music

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Is this a 61 Reissue? 121100384Serial number


Not sure to exact model guitar you are referring to
Fender, Gibson, etc...?
I do know that it looks more like a reissue #
if it was Not a reissue it would have a lower number Vintage Guitars Info Fender collecting vintage guitars fender stratocaster... Vintage Guitars Info Gibson collecting vintage gibson guitars

Mar 25, 2015 | Gibson Custom Historic Reissue SG Guitar...

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What year would my Gibson Lap steel be the sn is E 4085-3


my resources say 1941. check out this site as dating as an interesting thing with vintage Gibsons. Vintage Guitars Info Gibson collecting vintage gibson guitars

Feb 21, 2015 | Gibson Music

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I only have a vintage Peavey XR600B and I want to connect and ipod and ipad up to it so I can play music. Can I do this or do I need special cables?


Sure you can, but that mixer amp is a mono amp instead of stereo. Head for radio shack and get an 1/8" stereo male phone jack to 1/4" female mono adaptor. Plug the adaper into the headphone output of your device. Then run a shielded cable with 1/4" mono phone plugs on both ends (like an electric guitar would use) from the device to one of the channels on the Peavey. Bring the volume up on both the channel and master on the amp up maybe 1/3 the way. Play a track on your device and adjust the devices out put as high as it will go with out distorting the channel input. Then adjust the amp's channel and main output as you would normally to get the final volume you need.

Jun 28, 2014 | Peavey Xr 8600 8 Channel Powered Mixer

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Can a Korg CX3 Organ 61 keys be compatible with the RolandFantom XR module?


Hi, from what I can tell you cound plug your CX3 into the synth module with a 1/4 inch patch cable and run the audio through it, however I think you will be quite limited in what you can do to modify your sound.

Where the synth really works well is when you feed it digital input data. For you to be able to do that your CX3 would need midi outputs and while I don't have one, I looked it up and can see that the CX3 is too old and does not have midi capability.

Midi (musical instrument digital interface) is a common language that allows musical devices such as your fantom to communicate with other devices. A keyboard with midi running into a synth is in essence just a control surface, a way for you to input data into your synth module, it is making no sound itself, but rather outputting digital data into your synth which in turn generates the sounds you want it to. There are allot of keyboards out there that are only for this purpose and are simply controllers. For example, M-Audio Oxygen 61 - 61-Key USB MIDI Controller. I'm afraid your CX3 is just too old to be able to do this, however, I imagine some of the sounds that thing makes are very vintage and good, and modern synthesizers often times just cant reproduce that (though they are getting batter all the time). Hope that helps :)

Dec 20, 2013 | Music

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I recently got a Marshall mg100hdfx head for free because it wont turn on, so I am investigating possible parts that may need replacing. The only description I got as to why it wont turn on anymore is...


You may find almost anything in this. I think the power amp is on a separate board so the connections to that might have been broken. Possibility include cracks in the circuit board. First thing is to do after visual check is to check power supply voltages to verify power switch/fuse/transformer/rectifier/capacitor/regulator health. Switches are sometimes damaged... and also wires can fall of or break.

May 02, 2011 | Marshall MG100HDFX 100-Watt Amplifier Head

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The output is very low and distorted


The problem is very likely a blown tube. You may be able to see which tube is dead by looking in the back of the amp with the room lights turned low and the amp on. If you can that it is one of the four 12AX7 tubes that isn't lighting up, that one should be replaced. If you can see that it is one of the KT66 tubes that isn't lighting up, buy a new matched pair and replace both at the same time.

* WARNING: UNPLUG YOUR AMP BEFORE CHANGING TUBES *

If all of the tubes are lighting up, then one or more may be bad, but not yet completely dead. Determining the problem would require more testing. If you have one spare, good 12AX7 tube around, try replacing them one at a time and see if that fixes the problem. TURN OFF AND UNPLUG YOUR AMP IN BETWEEN TUBE SWAPS. If a new preamp tube doesn't fix the problem, order a new set of KT66 power tubes and you should be back rocking out in no time.

Mar 06, 2011 | Marshall Amplification Marshall Vintage...

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