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Re: Finally Got Good Settings for My Casio GP-500
EssBrace #2892257 09/20/19 08:20 AM
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Originally Posted by EssBrace
Originally Posted by Learux
Pete is as useless as they come, he should be ignored.



Reluctantly I'm starting to agree. Has a tendency to flame every thread with total nonsense or deliberately provocative statements. It was predictable. Now it's getting boring.


Such hostility!

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Re: Finally Got Good Settings for My Casio GP-500
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I am never sure about the difference between phaser and flanger but I think if "jet engine" comes to mind then it's probably flanger.

I just checked a few Fourplay videos and I think what I thought wash chorused pianos was in fact layered acoustic piano and Rhodes (or some electric piano patch) with chorus. Which I must admit I liked a lot in my youth but find rather cheesy now laugh


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Re: Finally Got Good Settings for My Casio GP-500
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Originally Posted by Pete14
Originally Posted by EssBrace
Originally Posted by Learux
Pete is as useless as they come, he should be ignored.



Reluctantly I'm starting to agree. Has a tendency to flame every thread with total nonsense or deliberately provocative statements. It was predictable. Now it's getting boring.


Such hostility!


I only said it to make you happy.


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Re: Finally Got Good Settings for My Casio GP-500
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Are you pulling a CG on me? (happy means depressed).

Re: Finally Got Good Settings for My Casio GP-500
Pete14 #2892263 09/20/19 08:30 AM
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Originally Posted by Pete14
Are you pulling a CG on me? (happy means depressed).


All I can say is that in a world of opposite meanings you are one of my favourite PW contributors.


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Re: Finally Got Good Settings for My Casio GP-500
Tenor1 #2892267 09/20/19 08:39 AM
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I appreciate your terribly kind words. wink

Re: Finally Got Good Settings for My Casio GP-500
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I think most people appreciate a good joke or some good-natured ribbing, but this place is starting to resemble an asylum. I can easily see how the more earnest types and those whose English isn't 100% would have a lot of trouble here. The sarcasm and irony is lost on a lot of people. So in the spirit of inclusion, I think some guys should dial it down. This forum is primarily for piano-lovers and the discussion of topics started by thread-starters - not an audience for people to try to prove they are the smartest person in the room or the biggest wise-guy. Whilst we all expect threads to run off topic eventually, it's pretty disrespectful to be actively trying to run them into the ground at the first opportunity. These threads don't get back on track, and are essentially lost to the forum. I don't think that's in anyone's interest - even to the wise-guys. So how about exercising a bit of restraint and don't drive people away, hey? And if you think I'm referring to you in this post, I probably am. It's a very small club I'm addressing here. And no, it's not CG.

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I was wondering, is there a way to save the settings that you use with your Casio GP-500 and to allow other users of this digital piano to also use the settings that you have adopted?

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You can create and save it as a user scene. Page EN-27 in the manual.

You can save these scenes to a USB drive.

You should be able to extract this file and email to other users


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Hello Tenor1,

As you can save your settings with others, would you like sharing you settings by saving them as Learux explains above and then by making them available to others? Thanks for your feedback on this matter.

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