craponmyshoes | 1 Jul 01:04 2002

Re: SoundDiver for K2600? Manual for KDFX?

Hi Rufus, the 2600 is not specifcally mentioned because one 
driver covers them all.  It is important for this reason to scan the 
devices you have connected from SD, allowing your model to be 
identified.

For the latest information about KDFX, you should probably 
check out the online manuals.  But as far as I know, kurzweil has 
not yet released the version 2 documentation.  I think there is an 
addendum that covers the major OS changes, but the newest 
algorithms unfortunately have not been documented in the 
reference.

-sleen

--- In KurzList <at> y..., "Rufus Sewell" <rufussewell <at> a...> wrote:
> Hi, I'm very interested in buying Emagic's SoundDiver. I've read 
on the
> internet that it supports K2600's and even does Triple Modular 
and KDFX but
> the K2600 isn't shown on the list of supported instruments on 
the Emagic
> website. Do I have to get a special update from a third party or 
something?
> 
> I also need to know if there is a current manual for KDFX since 
the latest
> OS doesn't look anything like the manual. I've asked this a few 
times but
> haven't been able to get a straight answer. Thanks a lot! 
~Rufus
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Haven Siguenza | 1 Jul 04:09 2002
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Re: Soundcards

Heather L. Rankin wrote

> Looking for some info - need to purchase a sound card - just getting
> started using K2500S for recording - have external hard drive - but
> computer sound card is not *it*. I am using Windows 98.
> 
> TigerDirect has a SoundBlaster for $49.99 called 5.1PCI Live or for
> $199.00 one called a SoundBlaster Audigy Platinum.

consider this, you are considering purchasing a sound card for under $200 to
record a keyboard that cost you around $4000?

this is like getting some cheap model paint to touch up your BMW.

If you are serious about recording the output of that beautiful beast, get a
card that is at least $900. If you truly are on a tight budget, get a card
that supports AES/EBU or SPDIF, then you can record the digital output of
the K2500 and not lose the monster amounts of detail you will with a sound
card designed for non professional use. You will have to invest in high
quality cables of course.

www.rme-audio.de <- highly reccomended sound card manufacturer.

up down strange charm truth beauty

down down down
(-1/3 -1/3 -1/3)

http://www.cervix.net/

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John Wigglesworth | 1 Jul 07:39 2002
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Re: Re: SoundDiver for K2600? Manual for KDFX?

Hi Rufus and sleen,

I have been hanging out for the release of th KDFX version 2 manual.
It has been well over a year now since its release !

Regards,

John W

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mntain.geo | 1 Jul 15:42 2002

Re: SoundDiver for K2600? Manual for KDFX?

--- In KurzList <at> y..., "Rufus Sewell" <rufussewell <at> a...> wrote:
> Hi, I'm very interested in buying Emagic's SoundDiver. I've read on 
the
> internet that it supports K2600's and even does Triple Modular and 
KDFX but
> the K2600 isn't shown on the list of supported instruments on the 
Emagic
> website. 

If you are using a Mac, Sounddiver might be a good option. BUT if 
you're a windows user, given today's news that Emagic has been bought 
by Apple and the fact that "Emagic's Windows-based product offerings 
will be discontinued on September 30, 2002." and the fact that 
sounddiver hasn't been updated in over a year, I don't know what to 
say to you. The K2000 library does support K2600.

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Christoph Pingel | 1 Jul 16:20 2002
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Re: SoundDiver for K2600? Manual for KDFX?

>If you are using a Mac, Sounddiver might be a good option. BUT if
>you're a windows user, given today's news that Emagic has been bought
>by Apple and the fact that "Emagic's Windows-based product offerings
>will be discontinued on September 30, 2002." and the fact that
>sounddiver hasn't been updated in over a year, I don't know what to
>say to you. The K2000 library does support K2600.

Isn't the file format for the modules platform-independant? I used to 
think so. In that case, I guess SoundDiver still isn't a bad idea.

On the Mac, what would be the alternative to SoundDiver to edit VAST 
programs in the computer? Is there any?

Best regards,
Christoph

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William Dieter | 1 Jul 18:16 2002
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Re: Soundcards

Someone said it before, Soundblasters are a bare minimum. IMHO they're crap. 
Designed for gamers, not musicians.

Try looking in the used realm. Ebay has a ton of decent soundcards below 
$200 US. Look for something that is used for recording professionals, not 
gamers. M-Audio and Echo are you two safest bets, most software reccomends 
many of their cards.

Hope this helps.
Bill

>From: "Heather L. Rankin" <proquest <at> page.az.net>
>Reply-To: proquest <at> page.az.net
>To: KurzList <at> yahoogroups.com
>Subject: [KL] Soundcards
>Date: Sat, 29 Jun 2002 18:16:48 -0600
>
>Hey all
>
>Looking for some info - need to purchase a sound card - just getting
>started using K2500S for recording - have external hard drive - but
>computer sound card is not *it*. I am using Windows 98.
>
>TigerDirect has a SoundBlaster for $49.99 called 5.1PCI Live or for
>$199.00 one called a SoundBlaster Audigy Platinum.
>
>There is a mid-priced one SB Audigy MP3+ Sound Card for $99.00
>
>Has anyone had experience with any of these cards?
>
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kerzwhile | 1 Jul 19:09 2002
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Apple buys Emagic!!!!!!!!!!

For those of you who have not heard, check this out! I feel bad for 
P.C. users!!      http://www.emagic.de/english/news/index.html

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Marsiglio, Clifford | 1 Jul 16:28 2002
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RE: Re: SoundDiver for K2600? Manual for KDFX?

If you can get ahold of a character called Antiorp, there was an application called Ms. Patterson but Miz
Antiorp is too busy running around being the queen of all electronic media and may not reply even if ya can
find her :-)

Do a search on the software, maybe she had given it up as freeware...

clif

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Christoph Pingel [mailto:ch.pingel <at> web.de]
> Sent: Monday, July 01, 2002 9:20 AM
> To: KurzList <at> yahoogroups.com
> Subject: [KL] Re: SoundDiver for K2600? Manual for KDFX?
> 
> 
> >If you are using a Mac, Sounddiver might be a good option. BUT if
> >you're a windows user, given today's news that Emagic has been bought
> >by Apple and the fact that "Emagic's Windows-based product offerings
> >will be discontinued on September 30, 2002." and the fact that
> >sounddiver hasn't been updated in over a year, I don't know what to
> >say to you. The K2000 library does support K2600.
> 
> Isn't the file format for the modules platform-independant? I used to 
> think so. In that case, I guess SoundDiver still isn't a bad idea.
> 
> On the Mac, what would be the alternative to SoundDiver to edit VAST 
> programs in the computer? Is there any?
> 
> Best regards,
> Christoph
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Bob Leety | 1 Jul 21:23 2002
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RE: Re: SoundDiver for K2600? Manual for KDFX?

Check out this link:

http://www.harmony-central.com/Software/Mac/ms-patterson.html

Hope this helps,
Bob Leety

-----Original Message-----
From: Marsiglio, Clifford [mailto:ccmarsig <at> IUPUI.EDU] 
Sent: Monday, July 01, 2002 10:28 AM
To: Christoph Pingel; KurzList <at> yahoogroups.com
Subject: RE: [KL] Re: SoundDiver for K2600? Manual for KDFX?

If you can get ahold of a character called Antiorp, there was an
application called Ms. Patterson but Miz Antiorp is too busy running
around being the queen of all electronic media and may not reply even if
ya can find her :-)

Do a search on the software, maybe she had given it up as freeware...

clif

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Christoph Pingel [mailto:ch.pingel <at> web.de]
> Sent: Monday, July 01, 2002 9:20 AM
> To: KurzList <at> yahoogroups.com
> Subject: [KL] Re: SoundDiver for K2600? Manual for KDFX?
> 
> 
> >If you are using a Mac, Sounddiver might be a good option. BUT if
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Kurzweil Support | 1 Jul 21:36 2002

Re: help on kurzweil sp76

> how can i make the pitch wheel (ribbon) effect work?
> 
> thanks!
> 
> hpe you can help!

The SP does not respond to pitch bend messages. So you can use the ribbon to
send pitch bend messages to an external module, but not to the SP itself.

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