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Old 11-09-2011, 03:12 PM
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Default UMR and polyphony with SK-60?

I have a Casio SK-60 to which I am considering adding the UMR.

This is the best description that I can find of this keyboard :
http://weltenschule.de/TableHooters/Casio_SK-60.html

This keyboard has polyphony of at least 12 keys. When being controlled by the UMR, will I have the same level of polyphony as when I am using the built in keyboard?

Thanks,
Tom
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Old 11-09-2011, 04:09 PM
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I have a Casio SK-60 to which I am considering adding the UMR.

This is the best description that I can find of this keyboard :
http://weltenschule.de/TableHooters/Casio_SK-60.html

This keyboard has polyphony of at least 12 keys. When being controlled by the UMR, will I have the same level of polyphony as when I am using the built in keyboard?

Thanks,
Tom
Hi Tom,

The UMR adds no polyphony limitations beyond the limitations of the local keys on the host keyboard.

So in other words, if you send lots of simultaneous notes to the UMR, the host keyboard will behave exactly as if all of the corresponding keys are pressed simultaneously.

Hope this helps. If not, please let me know.
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Old 11-09-2011, 07:57 PM
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Yes, that helps. A larger (MIDI) keyboard would be a big improvement. Do you have a notification list for when the new UMR will be available?

Thanks,
Tom

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Hi Tom,

The UMR adds no polyphony limitations beyond the limitations of the local keys on the host keyboard.

So in other words, if you send lots of simultaneous notes to the UMR, the host keyboard will behave exactly as if all of the corresponding keys are pressed simultaneously.

Hope this helps. If not, please let me know.
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Old 11-10-2011, 01:06 AM
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Yes, that helps. A larger (MIDI) keyboard would be a big improvement. Do you have a notification list for when the new UMR will be available?

Thanks,
Tom
- There is a mailing list for all new product announcements. The UMR2 will be announced there. See the bottom of this page:

[broken link removed.]

- I will also be posting here at the forums (this thread), on the blog, facebook, twitter, etc.
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