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I think you have more than one problem here. The first problem is that non-weighted keys are not designed to be played in any way except fully-on or fully-off. It's a design that comes from church organs and has followed on through other organ designs. You can try to train your fingers to do this, but it's not going to be as successful. The second problem ...


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Spring action keyboards can be difficult for getting a good feel and dynamics. I looked at an online manual for your keyboard and found something that might help you. On page 52 of the manual there is a section called “Changing the touch response of the keyboard”. There are 4 settings but “fixed” is useless unless you want all the notes to be the same volume....


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Yes. Fingering is important. However, if you are not practising on this instrument so that you can play later on a Piano, it is okay to use comfortable fingering.


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Yes, most of time. Unless some "Rachmaninoff handspan" like issues. Or excessive tension in hands articulations. An efficient fingering will protect your health and, at the same time, will free yourself to express you better.


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Much of the piece is straightforward, and the fingering reasonably intuitive. However, there are some sections to watch out for and some requiring license. mm. 3-4 These two measures require some wide leaps so may need extra practice for accuracy. mm. 13, 15, and 25 The problem in these three measures is that the hand-span is too large (for anyone who can't ...


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For the bit/sample rate, I am sure this kind of information can be found in the user manual, or maybe by asking Roland directly. Uncle Bob is totally right saying that, if you can record using the USB of the Juno, meaning that it will, kind of, act as a sound card (it will seen as a sound card by the computer, but is not actually a sound card as no sound is ...


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First test would be to see if the data is channelised. I presume most people don't carry a midi analyser* these days [you can borrow my old one if you like;) but plugging it up to a DAW would tell you. If it is, then set each slave module to receive on those alternate channels. *I found an old article - 1986 - describing it… Mu:Zines - Studiomaster MA36. ...


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