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How can I tell if a 1/4" female jack is balanced or unbalanced?

You could actually just 'guess' based on percentages/chance ;) Line level is very, very rarely run over balanced line, so the safe bet is that it's not balanced. For consumer-level equipment I'd ...
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Can I juryrig a vocoder with a MIDI keyboard and a laptop?

I agree with Jay (hi Jay!!), this should be fairly straightforward to do and like Mark says you might need a DAW which will help you load the Vocoder software and route your ins and outs. Remember ...
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Connecting keyboard to a audio interface

Correct - a separate amplifier is not needed to record keyboard. Just about any decent quality 2 channel interface will do. For example look at the Lexicon Alpha Studio (about $60) - on the front you ...
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How can I tell if a 1/4" female jack is balanced or unbalanced?

Both outputs are unbalanced. What the manual means is that if you insert a plug into only the L/L+R output, the result is a mono mix of the left and right channels ("L+R"). If you insert a ...
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Reducing latency on MIDI-over-USB Keyboard

I solved this by making keyboard it self is the only output device, Synthesia will use the synthesizer in the keyboard which is a hardware thus is faster. and u will hear the sounds on the Keyboard ...
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How can I tell if a 1/4" female jack is balanced or unbalanced?

Yes, balanced outputs are scarce in digital pianos. They are typically available on advanced stage pianos (Kawai MP11SE, Roland RD2000…), but not with the Clavinova series.
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How to Reduce Keyboard and Mouse Clicks

There are two simple approaches that I can think of: Get a mic that doesn't pick up as much noise Get a keyboard that doesn't make as much noise The first one I don't know too much about, but ...
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Does Nektar Impact LX49+ MIDI keyboard work with LMMS?

The Impact outputs MIDI. LMMS uses MIDI. MIDI is a pretty good standard, and any controller presented to the interface can be assigned in LMMS. The Using MIDI part of the LMMS documentation is very ...
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Audio manipulation - How to

You will need to search for tutorials on "Audio Sampling", "Audio Pitch Manipulation", "Audio Editing" and "Video Editing". You will need to learn how to use a Digital Audio Workstation such as "...
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I Copied MID files from Yamaha Keyboard, but Playback is Different

A MIDI file only contains information on which notes you're playing. The sound attached to each note is not part of the file (which is why a MIDI file is much smaller than an audio file). What you'...
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What changes are need before using my sound on social media?

What changes (in sound terms) should I have to do (in any audio software after recording) to get better sound? There are no technical problems with your recording that need fixing. I'm afraid I'm the ...
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Connecting two keyboards to Macbook via audio interface

So you need an interface for the DX which you could also use for the CP73 or you could just add this in as an additional audio device. With Mac OSX you can create aggregate devices which means you can ...
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Playing Strings smoothly. Electric piano or non/semi weighted keys?

Experiment with ADSR envelope setting. Here are some excerpts from the manual that might help: 36 6.2.14 Velocity Switch Velocity switching is an extremely useful and creative tool for ...
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My keyboard recordings sound tinny/low quality

As the recording sounds perfectly "within acceptable parameters" on my studio monitors, maybe either your piano sound in the room is 'too fat' & you have just got used to how it sounds... or your ...
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Behringer Eurolive B115D for keyboards

It is unclear from the question whether the keyboard has a mono or stereo output so it's hard to say if you would need one or two of these. They do have 2 inputs but it will just mix them together. ...
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I have 2 keyboards PSR E353 and PSR I455. Can I connect them both in a midi setup?

The "USB TO DEVICE" connector is not useful for real-time MIDI. Both keyboards have a "USB TO HOST" connector, which can be connected only to a PC. So if you want to link them, you have to do this ...
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Sending bass from VST to bass amp

IMO, if the keyboard player fulfills a bassist role, then it is a good idea to use a bass amp! This way, at least on smaller stages you're sure that the bass will be properly present everywhere on ...
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Sending bass from VST to bass amp

I would probably go for a combined setup: Get a reamping box (reverse DI) to ensure correct levels and impedance. You can hook up the interface with the box using XLR and continue on to the bass ...
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Microphone that can stand a k70rgb brown keyboard

Just get a Noise Gate Software (Info : Noise Gate) and set the threshold to where the keyboard is not picked up, also try to take away the microphone from the table the keyboard is on to cause less ...
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Microphone that can stand a k70rgb brown keyboard

An interface will not change anything. What are you using this mic for? Recording music, podcasts, or gaming? Do you need the most perfect vocal quality? The reason you hear your keyboard is because ...
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