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Who plays arranger keyboard in their church, and why?

Started by Allan Midgley. Last reply by Allan Midgley Mar 11, 2013. 10 Replies

Favorite Sounds?

Started by Alex Clive Christian. Last reply by Allan Midgley May 19, 2012. 1 Reply

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Comment by Cory Zipperle on January 10, 2010 at 12:53pm
@Amy: Have you called your local electrical engineer to see if he can fix it for you?
Comment by Amy Dare on January 10, 2010 at 5:38am
You guys andyour Korg Tritons are making me jealous!! Mine died a sad, slow death. I've been stuck playing my back-up-got-it-for-mission-trips Yamaha keyboard. It's a toy. I think it cost a whole $100. It's so sad...I miss my Triton. It's sitting in my living room, because I don't know what the proper way to dispose of it is.
Comment by Steve McGuire on January 9, 2010 at 2:24pm
I agree with you that the Triton LE is limited on their EP sounds. We mainly use ours for the synth, string and organ programs. It does work well along with the Triton Extreme (which has a ton more programs). Our keyboard player uses both keyboards on about 95% of our songs, and we hardly ever use piano or EP programs. If I were going to use only one keyboard and mostly piano or EP sounds I would go with something more dedicated to those sounds. But since I personally prefer Korg keyboards I would probably choose something they offer along that line. Be blessed!
Comment by Larry Reed on January 8, 2010 at 11:14pm
I've been using a Triton LE for a couple of years now, and have enjoyed it for the same reasons. Lately, however, I've been getting disenchanted by the selection of EP sounds. Most of them sound like they were recorded off a Fender Rhodes by someone using a sledge hammer, and with old and tired tines to boot.

Similarly, the grand piano sounds seem to be overly stiff, and I seem to have a challenge getting any of them to sound right. (But then, I'm a pianist at the core, and nothing beats a real grand).

Most of the folks I've seen at the Integrity conferences have been using Yamaha Motif (6 or 8). These seem to have much better EP and GP sounds. Of course the grass is always greener when Don Moen or somebody has one.
Comment by Steve McGuire on January 8, 2010 at 11:00pm
Hello,
We use a Korg Triton Extreme and a Korg Triton LE for our worship band. We like them because of the tremendous variety of programs. Our band does a lot of stuff using multiple keyboard programs at once. And these keyboards work great for that. Be blessed!
Comment by Jimmy on January 7, 2010 at 7:04pm
Have to work on the keys, it is a secondary instrument. Mine is a Roland JV-1000 Music Workstation ... a bit dated, but great sounds and on-board recording capability.
Comment by chris siegle on December 19, 2009 at 3:18pm
Blessings to all....Chris
Comment by John C Smith on November 9, 2009 at 3:29pm
Hey all, what new music are you playing? I'm working on "Great God" by Recardo, "Let It Rain" Paul Morton, and also going back over "Open The Eyes of My Heart" by Paul Baloche. I admire and feel real sincerity and Spirit in Paul's work.
Comment by Carlos on August 12, 2009 at 10:51pm
Looking for a Keyboard Player (in the DC Metro area) open to do some collaboration on some of my original music.
You can hear some of the songs already recorded on myspace:
www.myspace.com/exaltemos

nusongs@gmail.com
Comment by Deisha Day on August 11, 2009 at 2:32am
I am Souled out! My mind is made up! I love that song!
 

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