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Using the clavinova Audio IN to play via software #1426482 04/29/10 11:33 AM
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If I plug my soundcard line out to my clavionova line in I can use its internal speakers to play with software, but I can't turn off it's own sound. I mean it plays the sounds from the software and the sampling from the clp330. Is there a way to turn off the internal samples while using the internal speakers?

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Re: Using the clavinova Audio IN to play via software [Re: fe2008] #1426488 04/29/10 11:50 AM
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You need to set "Local control" function to OFF to switch off internal tone generator. See page 68 of CLP330 manual.

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I'm interested to know how that goes. My CVP Clavinova has something enabled called a "noise gate" which turns off the input to AUX IN when it goes below a certain threshold, presumably to prevent hiss when nothing is connected. This means that sound is cut off before a note has had time to decay completely. Towards the end, it sounds a bit fuzzy and then silence. Not good.

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I was wondering exactly the same thing (considering CLP-3xx, want option to use with Pianoteq).

Please do update the thread with your experience.


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Re: Using the clavinova Audio IN to play via software [Re: ukwomble] #1426579 04/29/10 02:26 PM
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no need to look for this anymore fellows. Bkmz answer was dead right.

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Re: Using the clavinova Audio IN to play via software [Re: fe2008] #1426591 04/29/10 02:41 PM
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fe2008,

Do you get a full, nice clean decay on notes from middle C and below when using an external piano sound with AUX IN? My CVP doesn't give it. Slightly disappointing. I will still use the internal speakers but will augment the sound with some active speakers to minimize the problem.

Re: Using the clavinova Audio IN to play via software [Re: bkmz] #1426692 04/29/10 04:37 PM
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Originally Posted by bkmz
You need to set "Local control" function to OFF to switch off internal tone generator. See page 68 of CLP330 manual.
Quite right. That will do it.

BTW, why feed the computer sound back into the piano, anyway? The speakers in this piano are, well, suckage. Most piano speakers are lame, just a notch better than a Walgreens clock radio. (Okay, maybe two notches better.)

So if you're going to the trouble of using an external piano synth (presumably for improved sound quality), then I wonder if it would be better to feed that sound into a decent sound system (rather than to the Clavinova's speakers).


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