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Old 04-09-2012, 07:59 AM
Guitar Guy Guitar Guy is offline
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Default Best Way To Record a Yamaha CP300 into ProTools???

If I go 1/4 inch or xlr Left and Right outs, I can just set up a stereo track using the amazing onboard sounds of the CP300.

However, I won't be able to utilize the quantize function and really make things easy on my pianist.

If I just use the CP300 as a trigger, I can use the quantize, but all I have are the stock Digi Virtual Instruments...and I am NOT impressed with the piano plug-in for Pro Tools.

Does anyone have any experience/recommendations for getting the best sound out of the CP-300? I'm all ears.

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