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As you will no doubt be aware, Ketron Musical Instruments have been around for a long time and this means there are a load of new and old keyboards & expanders made by them available to us musicians. It also means through the years there have been many updates, in fact, it is one of the things that keeps the brand so popular. It does, as independent suppliers, give us a bit of a headache though as our customers rightly expect us to keep up with developments. Consequently, we have decided it is time to update our Ketron Gold styles to the latest standards possible. Owners o..
“The beauty of our keyboards is the music they enable us to play”. It is a sweeping statement and yet one we spend little time thinking about. Music brings so many different things to so many people. However there are a few essential factors that are important otherwise why would we bother at all. First it must bring pleasure to the one playing it. Second, hopefully those listening will also enjoy the sounds we produce. The standard we play and how confident the musician is of the instrument under his or her fingers does not really matter to the former but will make a world of difference to th..
The Midjay Pro, SD7, SD9 & SD40 can import and use Styles from the previous KETRON Style libraries (SD, MJ) & Carillon Style libraries (KET,KEX,KEG and KTN). Of course, to ensure and maximize compatibility, Styles must share common sound characteristics as those used in the original instrument. That said, let’s proceed and find out how to convert these styles. First, we recommend you copy the style(s) from an external source (USB Stick, computer, HD) to the internal memory of MJ Pro or SD7 (User Style folder). In the Disk Edit menu, you can find both the Copy and Paste functions (..
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