Re: how can I get the QS6.1 piano sounds?

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Posted by et on March 23, 2000 at 06:57:35:

In Reply to: how can I get the QS6.1 piano sounds? posted by Erick on March 23, 2000 at 06:28:26:

: I live in Brazil and have recently purchased an Alesis QS 6. I now realize I should have spent some
: more money and bought a QS6.1. The thing is that the piano banks in the QS6.1 sound much better.
: I wanted to purchase a Q Card called Stereo Grand Piano Plus, which has the same piano sounds
: as the QS6.1, but I believe that Alesis doesn't make that card anymore. On the other hand I am not
: sure if I can download the banks and programs from the Alesis website. I know I will need a S -Ram
: card (or flash card), but I don't know how complicated the process would be. I have Soundbridge and
: Freeloader installed in my computer and I don't even know which one I should use for this purpose
: (transferring programs and banks from the computer to the keyboard). Can anyone give me a tip?
: Thanks,
: Erick.

You can download the sounds from the website and use freeloader to load a .syx file to your user bank. Of course, this will erase your current user bank, so b4 you do it, use freeloader to copy your current user bank to your PC. THis way, you won't need a flash card. Eventually, when you want to mix and match patches into a bank, a library/editor software package will make that easier. In, fact, when using soundDiver, it can copy a patch into your edit buffer, which you can copy to any location in your user bank, thus creating a custom user bank without flash cards.

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