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Topic: ARIUS / GHS Best .fxp / vel. curve for Halloween

http://www.forum-pianoteq.com/file/6lj9mwz

link above to my best .fxp to date created today for ARIUS / GHS Yamaha DP's

feel free to comment

Happy Halloween,

Kindest Regards,

Chris

p.s. demo to follow

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Re: ARIUS / GHS Best .fxp / vel. curve for Halloween

Here are the two beechwood trestle in situ.


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More soon,

Kindest Regards,

Chris

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Last edited by sigasa (14-04-2017 19:51)
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Re: ARIUS / GHS Best .fxp / vel. curve for Halloween

Looks white, all right.

I prefer my speakers facing skyward (though I've added smaller ones facing me as I still needed a little direct radiation) - the ambience sounded better to me this way.  When I had your set-up, it was too directional, didn't sound real when I moved my head around as I played, and it was too tiring on my ears.

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Re: ARIUS / GHS Best .fxp / vel. curve for Halloween

dklein wrote:

Looks white, all right.

I prefer my speakers facing skyward (though I've added smaller ones facing me as I still needed a little direct radiation) - the ambience sounded better to me this way.  When I had your set-up, it was too directional, didn't sound real when I moved my head around as I played, and it was too tiring on my ears.

Very true. I played a Yamaha portable grand (GHS action) a couple of days ago which had upward facing speakers. Sounded marvellous!!!

Kindest Regards,

Chris

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Re: ARIUS / GHS Best .fxp / vel. curve for Halloween

https://youtu.be/JPiqbqh7y0w

Dear all,

Above links to a video demoing latest adjustments. There is not a great dynamic range but definitely most level in terms of velocity response to date. Of course, as usual, I will need to double check but hope the video will be at least interesting anyhow.

Kindest Regards,

Chris

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