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Hello From " The Dutch Part" Belgium

Postby Benjamin » Tue Feb 13, 2018 7:14 am

Hello,

I am Benjamin and I am a new Kurzweil user. At the moment I am searching and browsing the manuals. Not everything is clear to me for now. But I'll get there. I hope to make friends and may ask questions if I experience difficulties in achieving great setups and programs in the near future.

I am a 45 jear old jazz pianist and piano tuner. My musical interests are broad. I now wish to concentrate on my own music that is experimentally oriented with prepaired piano influences and samples. Sometimes microtonality based. Verder musique concrète, contemporary classical music with sound design influences. So from John Cage to Xenakis, Iannis, Stockhausen, Karlheinz, Ravel, Gershwin, Ligeti and Rockband Dream Theater. §:^) I would like to delve into synthesizer programming to. I also hope to be able to play in a surround setup live with the PC3. It should not stay a dream but a goal to be able to realize this. But first the necessary basics.

Hope to talk to you soon and schare the kurzweill experience.

Kind regards,

Benjamin

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Re: Hello From " The Dutch Part" Belgium

Postby Benjamin » Tue Feb 13, 2018 7:16 am

Hello,

I am Benjamin and I am a new Kurzweil user. At the moment I am searching and browsing the manuals. Not everything is clear to me for now. But I'll get there. I hope to make friends and may ask questions if I experience difficulties in achieving great setups and programs in the near future.

I am a 45 jear old jazz pianist and piano tuner. My musical interests are broad. I now wish to concentrate on my own music that is experimentally oriented with prepaired piano influences and samples. Sometimes microtonality based. Verder musique concrète, contemporary classical music with sound design influences. So from John Cage to Xenakis, Iannis, Stockhausen, Karlheinz, Ravel, Gershwin, Ligeti and Rockband Dream Theater. §:^) I would like to delve into synthesizer programming to. I also hope to be able to play in a surround setup live with the PC3. It should not stay a dream but a goal to be able to realize this. But first the necessary basics.

Hope to talk to you soon and schare the kurzweill experience.

Kind regards,

Benjamin[/quote]
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