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Soundlab and Midi
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PostPosted: Sat May 02, 2020 4:03 pm    Post subject: Soundlab and Midi Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Just finished building the Ultimate and Expander and hopefully I calibrated everything correctly. I am a NOOB when it comes to synth set up and execution. I haven't finished my MFOS 1V/OCTAVE keyboard yet, I have a Kawai Spectra KC10, please don't laugh as it was free from a friends recycling center, also a MIDI to CV controller from Synthrotek. What I am wondering how much the Kawai will effect the control settings of the Ultimate. Playing the Kawai on its
own I have a bunch of effects to play around with and yeah it's a low end model.
any tips would be helpful
Thanks in advance and please stay sake and healthy
Steve
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