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Re: P155 vs F120 vs CE220 [Re: gvfarns] #1936914
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Thanks a lot. The suggestions are very useful. Especially about ASIO4ALL and an affordable soundcard. For the sampling software I am still a little reluctant to spend more than $50 but I also believe I wouldn't be satisfied with sampletekk...


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Re: P155 vs F120 vs CE220 [Re: Marco Quanta] #1937029
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I don't think $50 will buy a decent piano library.

For around $70 you can get Pianoteq, but it's not very good. But there are quite a few good ones in the $150 range.

Also, if you're willing to buy a proper sound card, that's another $150 new (but I spent half that for a used external sound card).

I can't see doing this for under $200 (even assuming you already have a computer and a sound system).

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