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plavolasec
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Here are the collection of 120 program of the K2000 and K2600 for the PC3

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Posted : 07/06/2013 6:03 pm
PsyGlass
(@psyglass)
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How do I request access to this information because I do not have the necessary permissions? Thanks"

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Posted : 21/06/2013 6:50 pm
fran
 fran
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New users: viewtopic.php?f=1&t=276

Regards,
Fran

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Posted : 24/06/2013 12:53 pm
PC3owner
(@pc3owner)
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now that I have a pile of kurz sounds assembled..
PC3 & K2000 programs.. can you advise...what is the fastest way to audition this
gigantic pile of banks.. ?

I have the editor program.

so I can weed out those I can use from those which
sound similar & would not get used..

thanks to all. cheers

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Posted : 02/08/2013 6:01 am
hansson
(@hansson)
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I tried to convert some of my beloved K2661-sounds to the PC3K6... and it really needs time to get them sounding right. That s why I really have to say: Thanks for your good work!

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Posted : 18/09/2013 6:38 pm
Jontas
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Thank you for your dedication and help. God bless you!

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Posted : 03/04/2014 6:24 am
Igloo1976
(@igloo1976)
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Hi, thanks for these, some great sounds in here!

I'm having some trouble with a few of the sounds. They seem to be overloading and distorting really badly, I'm not sure if that's a result of the conversion from the K2000/2600 patches. but there's a few I really like and wondered what I'd need to edit to get them back to a reasonable level. If anyone could help I'd really appreciate it.

Kurzweil PC3 + Kore64, Kurzweil PC88MX, Roland Fantom XR, Korg O5/RW, Yamaha S90XS, Nord Rack 2X.

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Posted : 07/06/2014 3:56 pm
tonybanksfan
(@tonybanksfan)
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Here are the collection of 120 program of the K2000 and K2600 for the PC3

Do you have a list of the sounds before I decide whether or not to download? I'd rather see what's there and see if anything perks my interest before putting it in the Kurz. Is this the collection that had been posted some time ago on Sonikmatter?
I don't use any editors so can't check that way.

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Posted : 12/06/2014 8:08 am
Igloo1976
(@igloo1976)
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I can vouch for the quality of some of these as being very good.. There's a lovely Vangelis Blade Runner program (Tears In Rain) that is fantastic. Also some nice vocal sounds and close mic'd pianos..
As I said in my earlier post, having some issues with the levels in some of them so having to do a fair bit of editing to get them to sound right.

Hope this helps..

Kurzweil PC3 + Kore64, Kurzweil PC88MX, Roland Fantom XR, Korg O5/RW, Yamaha S90XS, Nord Rack 2X.

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Posted : 12/06/2014 6:01 pm
Malc
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One of the more-hidden aspects of VAST is the gain level within the DSP blocks. The K2000 and PC3 are slightly different but it mostly fixable - using a useful, little cited parameter.

Check the Pad parameter, as it helps eliminate clipping. You'll find it on many (but not all) of the DSP blocks, on the DSPCTRL page under the Vel Trk parameter. Not just clipping but sometimes it can soften/smooth the sound.

Turn it down for the offending layers, on the DSP blocks which are causing the clipping. A good way to test is to solo the layers and start with the blocks earliest in the algorithm, ie at the top of the DSPCTRL page. 0db means no cut, -18db means an 18db cut, which is usually the maximum - although some blocks have -24 or -36 db.

I look at this as an input gain for the block you are on, which is effectively a volume knob for the previous block. E.g. If you have Saw followed by Shaper, then turning down the Pad on the Shaper is effectively turning down the level of the Saw.

The signal generally gets quieter as you turn down one or two of the Pad parameters, which you compensate for by turning the level back up, at the Amp block (which is at the end after the DSP).

You can deliberately turn the gain up between blocks, to get all kinds of clipping effects. Even better, before it clips the sound sometimes gets harder (useful in itself) and conversely a hard sound can sometimes be 'smoothed' by turning down all the pads. This depends on the source sound and the DSP used.

Hope this helps.
(Please Kurzweil, keep the Pad parameter and expand on it for the next big thing. Fully modulateble it needs to be).

Malc

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Posted : 23/06/2014 3:06 pm
pinodambrosio
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Grazie !

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Posted : 24/08/2014 3:16 pm
Danimal
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Thanks for posting these!

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Posted : 08/12/2014 2:22 pm
bluesky55
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Thank you very much!

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Posted : 14/03/2016 2:43 pm
Bandiboy
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Thanks

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Posted : 15/08/2016 11:13 am
Arkesh
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Awesome, thanks!

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