Well, music products produced in China are reputed by many to be shoddy. I assume it was a problem with the keyboard and I have no idea if it could have been fixed. Hammer action grand piano weighted. I didn’t like the velocity curves that much either. UF80 uses 88 notes hammer action weighted keys which provides you with the grand piano touch feeling as well as the reliable durability. Always velocity 1, not 0, not 3 but 1.
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Professional after touch and breath control interface design and metallic panel.
I have the UF6. Also, do you have the optional Firewire audio expansion?
Undoubtedly the most attractive looking UF keyboard so far, the Classic series has an all-black finish, with the end pieces finished in tough black shellac – just like a traditional piano. What is your experience? Keboard I’m looking for something to replace it. Are you using it with Windows or a Mac?
Anyone using a CME UF Midi Master Keyboard? | Harmony Central
Hammer action grand piano weighted. All keybed sizes have velocity sensitive keys with aftertouch, the 88 keybed has professional hammer action keys. On the CME board others have keyboagd that they have encountered the same problem. Hammer action grand piano weighted UF80 uses 88 notes hammer action weighted keys which provides you with the grand piano touch feeling as well as the reliable durability.
CME – Product – UF 50/60/70/80 Classic Master Keyboard
UF DP-1 digital piano module with voice sound. UF50 Classic – 49 keys – Dimension x x mm – Weight 8.
It is the only product on the market that 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.
Join the HC Newsletter. Sold my UF6 recently. The first one linear was best to me but it really required you to bash the keys to get the highest values.
Originally posted by P I assume it came with adjustable velocity curves and you tried them all? Very nice for synth stuff but for piano it keyborad strangely at times, like pressing the key softly could result in a high jidi or velocity 1 no sound.
The warranty had run out anyway so it would’ve cost me. Other than that, I have no idea. Login or Sign Up. UF series master keyboard all use after touch and velocity sensitive keys, featuring the breath control interface and sit in a metallic body with cool silver color, at the first moment you touch UF keyboard, you will fall in love with it.
I didn’t like the velocity curves that much either. What do you think?
Anyone using a CME UF Midi Master Keyboard?
UF70 Classic keyboadr 76 keys – Dimension x x mm – Weight Generally speaking it is an ok midi keyboard but the drivers are awful. The CME forum is full of complaints and update requests. UF60 Classic – 61 keys – Dimension x x mm – Weight 9.
Always velocity 1, not 0, not 3 but 1. USB is slower anyway.
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. But no sign of improvement or update so far.
I assume it was a problem with the keyboard and I have no idea if it could have been fixed. I think he meant latency rather than transfer rates. What’s wrong with the driver and how miidi affects playing the kb?