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Quote from: MarkFromHawaii on March 24, 2015, 06:23:07 PMA hack cover of Toto's Georgy Porgy. Getting a little deeper into the Reaper DAW and Roland GR-55 guitar synth. Used compression and exciter on the entire mix and added some EQ, compression and reverb on the vox. A few vital stats:.Piano: GR-55 "Double Low Piano"Strings: GR-55 string ensemble - I forgot the actual setting.Drums: MT Power Drum Kit 2 softwareBass: Cheap Jackson bass through Boss ME-70 set for clean tone with some EQRhythm guitar: Floyd Rose Strat with a bit of chorus through the GR-55Lead guitar: PRS Custom 24 through the ME-70 in the lead stack model with a bit of boost and delayA few glitchy playing spots on the GR-55 "piano" but I auto punched some really rough spots. Generally pleased with the results. Wish my voice was better.
Quote from: bholder on October 01, 2019, 03:33:15 AMSome crappy newbie samples from my Grand Stick + GR-55 - been at the Stick 3 weeks, the GR-55 one, so baby steps. Just a little 12 bar blues practice riff I came up with. The first uses the acoustic guitar + church organ and the pan flute patches, the second uses the Whistle patch. May have tweaked the patches, I forget. Have mercy on a newb!
Quote from: carlb on December 24, 2019, 04:09:13 PMThe guitar on this is an ES Les Paul, GK-3 pickup into the GP-10. A patch I worked up for a nylon latin sound.Recorded Christmas Eve, 2019. I've had the riff for a while, finally finished a set of changes for it, worked up the backing, and hit "record."Cheers and Merry Christmas!https://soundcloud.com/carl-berger-528538754/natividad-samba
Quote from: rolfay on July 28, 2020, 05:44:25 AMCatching up in a Lurker way on missed posts, stumbled upon this one. A happy morning spent listening to some new (old) music, thanks chaps. Here's my contribution, I've been trying to record something new every month or so this year, along with an old band buddy, swapping recordings each month. Most feature the VG-99, with drums from logic; I'm playing everything else and managing the virtual drummers. . . . . This track, 'Step back from the ledge', was born of the idea to do a track featuring exclusively synth derived sounds from the VG (apart from the drums!). It also has the virtue of being one of my shorter tracks. . . . . https://rfluorescence.bandcamp.com/track/step-back-from-the-ledgeMore of my stuff here - https://rfluorescence.bandcamp.com - top five tracks are all fairly fresh, this year, and the rest are from the last five years or so. All but 'Textet' feature the VG99 or GP10. . . . .Enjoy, kind regards to all and thanks for the tunes, Roland
Quote from: Toby Krebs on June 08, 2013, 05:50:17 PMMy first recording of guitar synth right after I bought my GR-1 and GK pickup. The tune is called "Daves Dream". I was watching a Discovery channel documentary about the Bikini Islands flora and fauna returning after being vaporized by some of our nuclear test weapons in the fifties. It was exactly 50 years later that Discovery Channel filmed the area and everything had returned to it's original state. The ship that launched the bombs was called "Daves Dream". I especially liked the basses in the old GR-1.All the tracks are played by me.The first version had a GR-1 sax that was cool and if I can find it I will post it as well but this version has the "head" to the tune being played on electric guitar. Probably a Johnson J-Station but I don't remember what I used.
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