I am glad it is just not me. That automatic vibrato is driving me nuts!!!And for the love of whatever is dear, get rid of that automatic vibrato.
To my limited knowledge, I don't think it will output audio to a bluetooth speaker. I would love to be wrong about that! Bluetooth speaker may introduce delay, though.Hello to all
do you think it is possible to connect this instrument to a bluetooth amplified speaker?
I want to understand what this does to the playing action, to the feel of playing. Does this mean that you feel a slight lag in the notes sounding? Or does it just mean that you have to adjust your style to firmly press the keys down?The main criticism I have of the action is all keys operate as open-standing keys where any given note only starts when the keys are at their full travel.
That makes the action of the closed-standing keys a bit clumsy or laboured when you normally expect the note to start as soon as the keys are touched and not only when they reach their full travel.
I hear you! I had a lot of trouble with this, but I think there's a flaw in the manual. I believe someone here gave the sequence and included the part they don't mention. Something like you need to keep holding one of the keys.I got mine on Monday just gone and I can't get the app to work no matter how many times I've installed and uninstalled it, pressed the Fn button and Eb key and ^ button and it still doesn't connect.
Yes, it's not a saxophone and this is one of those "little" differences you have to get over. For example the Bb to B using LH1 and RH1,2, 3 or any combination does not allow the nuance of a slide up. It switches like the software it is.That makes the action of the closed-standing keys a bit clumsy or laboured when you normally expect the note to start as soon as the keys are touched and not only when they reach their full travel.