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comment When tuning a guitar, why is it only in tune for a moment?
@Matt: try gently resting a finger of your left hand at the half-way fret and releasing as the string is plucked. This mutes some harmonics and can give a tone that is easier to tune.
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comment MIDI-Keyboards with integrated audio?
From what I recall, the special drivers were for low-latency. In situations where latency was not an issue, you can use standard USB-MIDI drivers.
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comment MIDI-Keyboards with integrated audio?
@flopr: The Sono 61 and 88 actually have built in 128 General MIDI range of instruments plus 46 drum sounds. The 5 or 10 high quality instruments have dedicated buttons but you can access the others. The Sonos incorporate MIDI-keyboard, sound synthesis and a basic audio mixer (e.g. for guitar and mic). You only need external monitors. As in CLs answer, stage-piano is a useful term for this class of devices.
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comment How to use my mac and MIDI keyboard as a simple always-on piano
+1 Keyboard - MIDI (DIN) cable - Blofeld (etc) - Monitors.
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comment Are some synthesizers and keyboards able to interchange sounds?
@horatio: what is a "roll of film"?
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comment How can I make my keyboard sound like a Hammond organ?
You may find it worthwhile reading a brief introduction to MIDI