#1
So for guitars, it's easy to conceive the idea of a rackmount effect in my effects loop; i have to speculate as i've never owned a rackmount. Well, i want to get a Kurzweil rackmount unit to make my digital piano-keyboard sound like an orchestra. Is it really just as easy as plugging a quarter inch into my digital piano from the out of the rack unit?
#2
No, you plug the out from your keyboard into the input of the rackmount.
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Yes. I have a big PA amp in my keyboards rack too.
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Just get a gr55.
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Just get a gr55.

Some of us can use a keyboard too you know?
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#8
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No, you plug the out from your keyboard into the input of the rackmount.

Not quite. You plug the MIDI out from the keyboard into the MIDI in of the rack unit. This triggers it. The output of the rack unit still needs to go to an amp, or the input of a preamp/interface unit for recording.
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