By listening to the feedback from their users, CME provides the features which their users want. Very nice for synth stuff but for piano it behaved strangely at times, like pressing the key softly could result in a high velocity or velocity 1 no sound. Professional after touch and breath control interface design and metallic panel. Always velocity 1, not 0, not 3 but 1. Originally posted by P I assume it came with adjustable velocity curves and you tried them all? The first one linear was best to me but it really required you to bash the keys to get the highest values.
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Well, music products produced in China are reputed by many to be shoddy. I sure would like to see you play faster than the transfer rate of the USB connection. I actually tested this by setting it to record on a MIDI track in Sonar and then just tried pressing the same key over and over again at the same velocity as best as I could.
Originally posted by P I assume it came with adjustable velocity curves and you tried them all? Where there’s smoke, there may be fire.
I assume it came with adjustable velocity curves and you tried them all? I had no issues with the drivers on WinXP but found that the velocity on the keyboard was weird. UF DP-1 digital piano module with voice sound.
CME – Product – UF 50/60/70/80 Classic Master Keyboard
Help FAQs Go to top. UF80 uses 88 notes hammer action weighted keys which provides you with the grand piano touch feeling as well as the reliable durability. Are you using it with Windows or a Mac? Professional after touch and breath control interface design and metallic panel.
What do you think? Hammer action grand keyboafd weighted UF80 uses 88 notes hammer action weighted keys which provides you with the grand piano touch feeling as well as the reliable durability.
View the Media Kit. What’s wrong with the driver and how it affects playing the kb? It is the only product on the market jeyboard allows a controller keyboard to be tyrned into an audio sound card, a tone module, and a full-on synthesizer, complete with real-time control. Hammer action grand piano weighted.
If you want accurate velocity response then, in general, Nidi think hammer action is probably a better bet. Generally speaking it is an ok midi keyboard but the drivers are awful.
Anyone using a CME UF Midi Master Keyboard?
USB is slower anyway. Also, do you have the optional Firewire audio expansion? Shame really, because it was a sturdy keyboard at a good price and with very nice options and the keybed had a good feel to me.
The only fix I could find was setting a soft synth so that the lowest velocities were somewhere in the 20 or so range. The Keybard is slower statement is quite mad. The fact that so many reviews go on subjective things like feel, instead of properly measuring accurate velocity output which is what actually matters when it comes to triggering things is a bit of the shame though.
The first one linear was best to me but it really required you to bash the keys to get the highest values. The keybed frame is manufactured in iron to reduce the risk of twisting or distortion, and an aluminium mldi casing in aluminum gives strength with minimal weight increase. In my search for a controller, I was looking into them.
No, the keyboard actually had weird velocity regardless of the velocity curve used.
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I think he meant latency rather than transfer rates. I wonder if CME also don’t do kfyboard manufacturing for Yamaha?
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I assume it was a problem with the keyboard and I have no idea if it could have been fixed. Login or Sign Up. Either way CME seems better built than most keyboards in that price range. I’d like to see more measuring how easy it is to get something to do accurately than whether or not it “feels good” to a reviewer.