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here aresome of my user tones. it will be asome if you guys share  tooo, right?

 

here we go:

 

 vox continental

vox conti dist

theremin

 I am new bie, thanks guy all the tones work in my ctk 7000  great work

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I was wondering has anybody got to make a good FM sound for the wk7600,or a Ep+strings but like the soft synths from whitney houston and greg philinganes. I had those sounds in the wk 3300,number 028 FMpiano,and number 044 keybod+strings. those were delicious

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2 hours ago, jibin.jacob3 said:

Thanks guys for sharing your Tones. I have uploaded two Tones- :

1.Sitar

2. E Piano (Edited)

TONES.zip

Hello Friend!
You must be new here.
I'll want a favor for you. Before editing a sound put on the site.
  Lower the tone of the staff and observes how they edited their sounds.
Your Piano has a maximum release which creates an absurd sustain.
It is impractical to change the sound.Thanks 

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13 hours ago, Silvano Silva said:

Hello Friend!
You must be new here.
I'll want a favor for you. Before editing a sound put on the site.
  Lower the tone of the staff and observes how they edited their sounds.
Your Piano has a maximum release which creates an absurd sustain.
It is impractical to change the sound.Thanks 

Ok.

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Hi.  I'm looking for a tone that sounds like the instrument at the start of this song:

 

Does anyone know a way to get this sound out of my WK7600?  (Sorry about the big graphic above.

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Sounds to me like just a regular concert grand with some effects processing - some compression to enhance the attack, some brightening with EQ, and some reverb, but I am not sure the WK-7600's piano wave samples are high enough quality to match this.

 

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